Embed visualizations in an external webpage
Let me embed PowerView reports and dashboard visuals in another webpage.
First I would like to congratulate microsoft for developing such a powerful, useful and versatile tool, allowing to consume our time on real data analysis.
It is very common for businesses to consume part of their time on building analytical data models instead of consuming the same time analyzing the data.
As any analyst, I need to communicate data analysis for thata i developed a simple webpage with private access to the users of the data analysis.
Just not yet put the Power BI on the website (iframe)because there is no private form to do it.
I ask for when Microsoft will provided a solution to this problem?
and, if it is possible to introduce the same in a simple acquisition package without going through Azure?
Thank you very much
Steven Amani commented
If you already have Power BI in your organization, you can share PowerBI reports securely using our tool IntelliFront BI which allows you to designate exactly who can have access to which report.
Check it out at http://intellifront.com
when trying to open iframe of bi report on mobile phone
we only see the logo of bi
and no report
on desktop computer it shows ok
Renee Francisco commented
I love the look of web publish and easy sharing, but I would prefer the same look and process but kept in private mode. I want to do this same process but have data not published publicly and load the link on our SharePoint intranet for our internal constituents. Is this feasible?!?! I don't want our data consumers to have to log into PowerBI and I want to keep the look of the report simple. Is this feature in the works?
And what about the parameters? Does it allow us to pass parameters/filters to the embedded report? I have a report sample covering all my sales offices, but need to restrict access by user... user that has access to only one sales office must see only data from its sales office, and not all. The sales office number is in the browser session after the user login. Does anyone know if it's possible to do that?
if published power bi reports and get generated embedded code but we need whenever open that link he go to check the login . how to use login system
What about protecting the web page itself, using OAuth or AD login? User must logi to access the web page that contains the viualisations. Would that work?
Michael Carper commented
I agree with everyone else here: this is not useful in a corporate environment until those embed codes can require authentication.
Julius Abate commented
Unfortunately this feature is far too limited to consider "Completed". Those of us running SSAS tabular models (now forced to do so through DMG) lack the ability to embed any of our reports. We have invested time and money in building analytic systems, and it seems Power BI wants to drag us back to using excel sheets for sharing data.
Adrià Pérez Villaseñor commented
we need to publish in private mode, I can't continue using power bi publishing on an external webpage if the data is going to be public.
Need private embedding of pages - Also would be nice to embed dashboards themselves rather than just reports
Thanks MS for making Power BI Embedded available
This is a very important function to have!
Steve Ruby commented
please allow private sharing out posting to the gallery!
Hey Microsoft! Can't you give us an update? Are you working on a solution for using this on private web sites?
Geoff and I have similar requirements.
I thought this sounded great until i tried to use it and it says your report may appear in public gallery.. That means for me i cant use this feature :( i want to publish reports over web, but only users logged in to my website should be able to see the report. Surely its easy to have a private option so reports dont have to be in a public gallery.
We need this too. Please provide option to have single signon or thru login to Power BI portal.
POINTEAU Michael commented
As we cannot embed our reports/Dashboard in our Webpage this shall not be flagged as completed.
Note: we are using On Prem tabular model (SSAS).
Adrià Pérez Villaseñor commented
We seriously need private publication...