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Hi,
How easy is it for a newbie to create a widget tile like the one in the link below.
Basically all I want to show on my dashboard is multiple tiles of KPIs showing current and previous period data.
I can get the data but not sure how to do the widgets.

Thanks

http://www.informationbuilders...cations/yellow-pages

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This looks like the RDF framework.


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Hmm. No familiar with that..
Is there a out of the box solution? Or some code available that will require minimal tweaking.

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I'm a newbie to Webfocus. In the blog post, they mentioned that YP Analytics is a separate application that leverages WF data and the user interface is highly customizable. I dont think these pages are built in WF, they might be leveraging the WF data through a REST API and showing the widget data only.


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I've not yet worked with the Responsive Design Framework (RDF). I think it appeared in WF 8.1.05.

I'm not sure how helpful this is, but here's a webcast about RDF: Daytime Demos: Responsive Web Design With WebFOCUS


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Here is a link to a forum thread where someone posted some fexes on getting started building the KPI Widgets. It's actually pretty easy once you get them setup.

http://forums.informationbuild...707097676#8707097676


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We have it in 8.1.04, it effectively is content added to the repository.

It was built by someone in IB and is being incorporated into the Portal technology in varying degrees.


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