QPR Installation Instructions

Using QPR Solution Package for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server

Using QPR Solution Package for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server

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When QPR Portal Web Part is successfully installed, take the following steps to get it into use:

 

1.Create a page or use an existing page.

2.Select Add a Web Part and select the QPR Portal Web Part

3.When QPR Portal Web Part is included in the page, select Edit -> Modify Shared Web Part

4.A custom toolpane is shown for configuring QPR Portal Web Part. The configuration sections are as follows:

 

Appearance

 

This is a stock Microsoft Office SharePoint Services section, see the SharePoint documentation for reference.

 

 

Layout

 

This is a stock Microsoft Office SharePoint Services section, see the SharePoint documentation for reference.

 

 

Advanced

 

This is a stock Microsoft Office SharePoint Services section, see the SharePoint documentation for reference.

 

 

QPR Web Services Foundation

 

In this section you need to provide the connection details for QPR Web Services foundation.

 

Web Service address: Enter a valid URL to QPR Web Services Foundation, e.g. http://<hostname>/QPR82WebServices/MainService.svc/wsHttp

Login name: If Integrated Windows Authentication is not used, enter a valid user name here.

Password: If Integrated Windows Authentication is not used, enter a valid password here.

 

 

QPR Content Type

 

In this section you can define the general appearance of QPR Portal Web Part.

 

Content Type: Select the type of view you want to display:

QPR Portal Views: Display a view for a specific element. When using this option, further configuration is done in the QPR Portal Views section.

QPR Portal Bookmarks: Display a QPR Portal bookmark. When using this option, further configuration is done in the QPR Portal Bookmarks section.

QPR Portal Booklet Pages: Display a page from a briefing booklet. When using this option, further configuration is done in the QPR Portal Booklet Pages section.

QPR Portal Custom URL: Display any view that can be queried from QPR Web Services Foundation. When using this option, further configuration is done in the QPR Portal Custom URL section.

QPR Portal Site: Embed QPR Portal into Microsoft Office SharePoint Server. When using this option, further configuration is done in the QPR Portal Site section.

Hide Portal Frameset: Select this option to hide the QPR Portal navigation and hierarchy frames when displaying views.

 

 

QPR Portal Views

 

In this section you can define the view that is shown with the QPR Portal Views content type.

 

Object Symbol: Enter a valid object symbol here.

View Name: A view supported by the object defined in Object Symbol. See the GetPortalUrl function description in QPR - Developer's Guide for information about valid view names. In addition, it is recommended to use the service tester (http://<hostname>/QPR82WebServices/servicetester.aspx) for verifying that the correct view is fetched.

 

 

QPR Portal Bookmarks

 

In this section you can define the content that is shown with the QPR Portal Bookmarks content type.

 

Bookmark Name: Enter the name of a valid QPR Portal bookmark here.

 

 

QPR Portal Booklet Pages

 

In this section you can define the page that is shown with the QPR Portal Booklet Pages content type.

 

Booklet Name: Enter the name of a valid QPR Portal Briefing Booklet

Booklet Page Number: The page that is shown from the defined booklet.

 

 

QPR Portal Custom URL

 

In this section you can define the view that is shown with the QPR Portal Custom URL content type.

 

Object ID: Enter a valid object FullID. See the GetPortalUrl function description in QPR - Developer's Guide for more information.

View name: Enter a view name that is valid for the object defined in Object ID. See the GetPortalUrl function description in QPR - Developer's Guide for more information.

Options: Enter a set of comma-separated options. See the GetPortalUrl function description in QPR - Developer's Guide for more information.

 

 

QPR Portal Site

 

In this section you can define the page that is shown with the QPR Portal Site content type.

 

QPR Portal URL: Enter a valid URL to a QPR Portal installation. Note that it is advisable to use the Mini Portal layout when embedding QPR Portal into Microsoft Office SharePoint Server.