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HPD link to PRD


I'm working on customizing the HPD dash. I've added a button and want
to link it to an existing PRD. If I search for the PRD under
myRequests, it opens up and looks good. I would like to skip the search
step and go directly from a button to that form. I can't figure out
what URL to use. I did try the docs, but couldn't find it there either.
Thanks in advance.


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Re: HPD link to PRD


I figured this out. The link to the PRD has to begin with the
provisioning context. In my case /IDMProv/. I was able to simply paste
in the generated link beginning with the context.


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Re: HPD link to PRD

On 11/04/2014 06:23 PM, ptown wrote:
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> I figured this out. The link to the PRD has to begin with the
> provisioning context. In my case /IDMProv/. I was able to simply paste
> in the generated link beginning with the context.
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>

Greetings,
Again, the better way to do this is to utilize the "Featured Items"
area. Please see your other post.

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