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All I am trying to use the HTML portlet. It has never been used in our system and by default it states to hover over the title and then click the edit button. I am not seeing any such edit button. Can someone please instruct on how to modify the HTMl portlet.

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All you need to do is to add the HTML-portlet to a dashboard page and then click the edit button in the top-right corner (looks like a pencil). Then you can put the content into it.
If the dashboard page is part of a centrally managed module, editing the portlet is done in the module's configuration.
Does that help?

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All you need to do is to add the HTML-portlet to a dashboard page and then click the edit button in the top-right corner (looks like a pencil). Then you can put the content into it.
If the dashboard page is part of a centrally managed module, editing the portlet is done in the module's configuration.
Does that help?

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Thats what I thought you had to do, but when I click the edit button all I get is the screen in my attachment. This is not a module page, the portlet is on a personal page I created just for testing this.
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Looks like a compatibility issue regarding the browser you are using. Do you have the chance to use a newer IE (7+) or Firefox?
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Hi,

 

When does HTML Portlets introduced in HP PPM? I could'nt find any such details in PPM documentaion (PPM 9.1) . If you please have, please post.

 

Thanks,

Shameem

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Look for something called "Utility Portlets". You can add the HTML Portlet by using the "Import Portlet Definition" function and choose Java portlet.

Once added, make sure that your external webserver (if configured for PPM) let's you use the HTML editor. For this to work, add the following line to your uriworkermap.properties:

/utility_portlets/*=load_balancer

Hope this helps.

Cheers,

Torsten

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