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How to embed a flow URL in a web page . OO version 10.2

Hi All,

i'm trying to embed flow url in a web page using iframe. <iframe src="https://<oocentralfqdn>:8443/oo/trigger.html#<runid>?input_runName=test&input_DomainName=ad-ent&input_userName=<xxxx>&input_password=***&input_serverName=<srvfqdn> "</ifram>. But the web page is always prompting for userrname and password and it's not taking the flow inputs. please suggest to resolve that.

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michal_hugim Absent Member.
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Re: How to embed a flow URL in a web page . OO version 10.2


Have you login to OO Central before using the embedded iFrame?
Basically, after one login to OO Central it should work (the credentials will be in a cookie..).

If it's ok for you to elaborate a bit on your usage, it'll will be great to learn. - Where do you embed this iFrame? some kind of Portal? who are the users and what is the purpose?


Michal, OO R&D.

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