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slave HUM view on master LMS portal

Hi,

I have a LMS 3.2 cluster consisting of 2 servers.  The master has the core modules of LMS and the slave runs HUM.  My question is, could someone point me to a doc defining the process of getting the HUM view on the master LMS portal?

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Re: slave HUM view on master LMS portal

This is not completely possible.  You can do is add the HUM application portlet to your master server's portal.  To do this, click the Add Portlet button, and add an Other > Application Menu portlet.  You can then configure this portlet, and point it to HUM on the remote server.

You can also add Other > Remote Portlets, and add some of the other HUM View portlets such as the HUM System Summary, and various Top-N portlets.  You won't be able to completely recreate the HUM view you see on the remote server, but you can come close.

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Cisco Employee

Re: slave HUM view on master LMS portal

This is not completely possible.  You can do is add the HUM application portlet to your master server's portal.  To do this, click the Add Portlet button, and add an Other > Application Menu portlet.  You can then configure this portlet, and point it to HUM on the remote server.

You can also add Other > Remote Portlets, and add some of the other HUM View portlets such as the HUM System Summary, and various Top-N portlets.  You won't be able to completely recreate the HUM view you see on the remote server, but you can come close.

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Re: slave HUM view on master LMS portal

Thanks for the info.  I appreciate your help.

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Re: slave HUM view on master LMS portal

side note - another option I played with is configuring an iFrame portlet pointing to the HUM view of the corresponding server.  not all too elegant, but if you want portlet-for-portlet, this is one way to do it...

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