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Thread: Customizing 2.0 platform

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    Default Customizing 2.0 platform

    I've been tasked with migrating a bunch of data within spreadsheets into a web application that can generate a bunch of fancy reports. So I think I'll be utilizing a lot of Pentaho soon.

    But I'm wondering is there a way and if so how to integrate a custom jsp page or a portlet within the latest 2.0 platform?

    I’m asking because there is some external data that has to be maintained for this application, like a table of rates/prices, a list of companies and other items. So I want the users to be able to create/update/delete some of this data instead of me doing it manually.

    This can be handled with a set of portlets likely. So does anyone have any ideas?

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    Whats stopping you adding a new jsp to the JSP directory then?
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    I was hoping that there was a way to integrate some custom pages that can be linked to and displayed from within the User Console.

    But nothing is stopping me from adding a new JSP to the pentaho WAR. So far that seems like the only solution.

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    Well the Community Dashboard Framework does just that, perhaps you could take that as a starting point
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    Ok thanks, I'll start there.

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