The user who has created a custom dashboard can generate an embedded URL and share the link. The embedded URL gives access over live report data in read-only mode to the users who do not have direct access to QMetry application (i.e. Ability to view custom dashboard without any authentication). This link can be used to share the dashboard with other users or for integration with third-party integrations.
Steps to generate Embedded URL for Custom Dashboard
Go to the QMetry Custom Dashboard > My Dashboard > select the dashboard that you would like to share.
Open the Edit Dashboard screen. The screen opens with the three tabs on it: Users, Project/Role and Embedded URL.
Open the Embedded URL tab.
Click Generate to generate the embedded URL.
It is to be noted that the URL remains valid and active unless it is regenerated or deleted.
Steps to use Embedded URL in Confluence
You can use the Embedded URL in Confluence to render QMetry reports on the Confluence page. This way, users who do not have access to QMetry can view QMetry reports in Confluence. These reports will be displayed in ready-only mode.
QMetry Application and Confluence both should be configured on https.
QMetry URL should be accessible from Confluence.
In Confluence, create a blank page by clicking on the Create button.
Open the + drop down menu and select View more to search for more macros.
Insert the iframe macro in the Confluence page. Refer to this article for more details. Type “iframe” in the search box to search for the iframe macro.
Add following settings for the Iframe window - Enter the QMetry Custom Dashboard Embedded URL in URL, Width of iframe (recommended: 1000),Height of iframe (recommended: 3000), Scrolling: Auto. You can Preview the page in the window.
Now Publish the confluence page.
You can see the iframe is added to the page. QMetry report is rendered on the page in read-only mode.