How to visualize Power BI Dashboards into PPM Dashboards.

How to visualize Power BI Dashboards into PPM Dashboards.

1. First on power BI you need to go to the report you want to share and click on File > Embed

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  1. Then copy the URL you get on the page.

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  1. After that, on PPM you can go to Open > Administration > Portlet Definitions > Import Portlet Definitons
  2. Choose Java Portlet and Click Next.

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  1. Check the Html Portlet and Click Next
  2. Fill the required information and Finish.
  3. Now, please go to Dashboard > Personalize Dashboard.
  4. Add a new page

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  1. Then add a new HTML portlet on the new page

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10. Edit the portlet.

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11. Delete the text and add and Iframe.

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12. Add the URL on the Iframe.

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13. Then save.

14. Finally you can add this page to your dashboard.

 

Thanks,

Randall

 

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What version of Power BI is used for this example?

I am new to the tool, but I have Power BI Desktop v.2.76 and I do not find an 'Embed' option under File...?

@skbd 

I don't think you can publish on the web with PowerBI desktop, you need the PowerBI Service to share your dashboards.

For more info, check https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/designer/service-service-vs-desktop

Cheers,

Etienne.

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