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Pinned topic can we create a service model like this

‏2012-07-18T11:44:09Z |
Hi,
I have attached a screenshot from TBSM, In my view its a custom canvas , but in case if its a custom canvas than how they publish it in a new page and also if they publish it in a new page using iframe etc, then how did they divide the page into two parts, Please check and share your expert opinions. thanks in advance
Updated on 2012-07-20T06:18:59Z at 2012-07-20T06:18:59Z by devil786
  • dmcclure
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    Re: can we create a service model like this

    ‏2012-07-18T13:32:43Z  in response to devil786
    I assume you are on TBSM v61.

    Create your custom canvas and have it "anchored" to a specific Service Instance. Add a Service Viewer portlet to a page. Configure the Service Viewer portlet to use that specific Service Instance that has the custom canvas as its starting instance.

    Do not use the Inline Frame portlet!

    Doug
    • devil786
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      Re: can we create a service model like this

      ‏2012-07-19T06:19:47Z  in response to dmcclure
      Hi Doug,
      Thanks for the reply, this screen shot is from TBSM 4.2.1 , is there any way we can do it on v 4.2.1.
      • dmcclure
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        Re: can we create a service model like this

        ‏2012-07-19T13:13:58Z  in response to devil786
        It's been a while since I've used 4.2.1. I think that as long as you are on the most current fix pack the same approach should be taken. A lot of things break when you try to embed a custom canvas within an inline frame portlet.

        Take a look and see if you see the configuration settings in the service viewer portlet for setting the starting instance.

        Doug
        • devil786
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          Re: can we create a service model like this

          ‏2012-07-20T06:18:59Z  in response to dmcclure
          thanks Doug, have a nice day.