Aramaki
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How to place the workflow view on the webview main page?

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Hello,

i am trying to create a webview which is supposed to look like the one on this page:

http://www.vcoteam.info/learn-vco/create-a-simple-vco-self-service-vm-provisioning-portal-part-3.htm...

Especially refer to http://www.vcoteam.info/images/phocagallery/tutorials/portal-part3-webview/webview-request-vm.png

The problem i encountered is, that no matter what i do, and i closely follow the instructions on the above linked page, i can't get the form to show up on the main page.

No matter what i do, my main page only contains the link to the form.

(looks like this: http://www.vcoteam.info/images/phocagallery/tutorials/portal-part3-webview/webview-with-link.png)

But the outcome of the tutorial looks like this: http://www.vcoteam.info/images/phocagallery/tutorials/portal-part3-webview/webview-request-vm.png

And thats what i want my webview to look like.

How can i achieve this?

Thanks

Andreas

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Burke-
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Andreas, if you look right above the image that shows the form loaded in the page, you'll see that I instructed you to click on the link you currently have shown:

"Once you have saved both of these files to your folder, go ahead and browse to the Request Portal and click the link to Request Server"

The main page in my tutorial only has the link, you must click that link in order to see the form... the page doesn't just load up with the form....

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Burke-
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Andreas, if you look right above the image that shows the form loaded in the page, you'll see that I instructed you to click on the link you currently have shown:

"Once you have saved both of these files to your folder, go ahead and browse to the Request Portal and click the link to Request Server"

The main page in my tutorial only has the link, you must click that link in order to see the form... the page doesn't just load up with the form....

- Burke

If my answer resolved or helped you, please mark it as Correct or Helpful to award points. Thank you! Visit http://www.vcoteam.info & http://blogs.vmware.com/orchestrator for vRealize Orchestrator tips and tutorials - @TechnicalValues on Twitter

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Aramaki
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Yes, i did klick on the link, but the form was loaded as its own page. Without the nice "MYcompany" header and all that stuff. It just displays the form.

But in your example it does look like the form is being loaded into the main page after klicking on the link, so you have the header, the logout link and the form on the same page.

Did i happen to misunderstand something here?

EDIT: Also my submitted.html is not being displayed after i klick on the "Submit" button. Any ideas, why?

Thank you.

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