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Project Overview Page custom portlets

Hello,

 

has anybody created any custom portlets to be used in the Project Overview Page? I am interested in how can you access the Project ID of the current project when the portlet is used within the Project Overview Page of a specific Project.

 

Thanks in advance,

Alex


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Re: Project Overview Page custom portlets

Hi Alex...hope this helps.

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Re: Project Overview Page custom portlets

Thanks a lot, Erik!


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Re: Project Overview Page custom portlets

Awesome Erik,

 

Regards and Kudos

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Re: Project Overview Page custom portlets

Hi Erick do you know  how to include fields in the preferences of Java portlets?, so they can be used in "Advances Defaults" at the moment  always appears the message "None of this portlet's preferences accepts advanced defaults."

 

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Re: Project Overview Page custom portlets

These steps worked out great if I add the custom portlet directly within the project's project overview layout.  However, when I add it to the project type it doesn't work.  I'm running PPM 9.31.  When I go back into see why I notice that the default of 0 is no longer shown.  Any ideas of what I should look for or try next?

 

Thank you!

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