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I have an intranet staff directory which I would like to somehow display as a page in the existing intranet system. What I want to do is simply create a page with the local intranet which will then show the staff directory application on the page.
I dont want to use the IFrame because when people search and the results are long then the page has two scroll bars, one for the iframe and one for the page.
I hope I am clear on this. I did look at the development forum and the Hello World - Developer Quick Start, but I am not sure about if the same principal applies and how to go about doing it. The staff directory is hosted on the same server as the intranet system and runs on windows with Mojo 188.8.131.52 MSSQL.
Please help me if any out there can!
I would recommend taking a look at the Developer Training Videos to get you started. I think it would be a fairly easy module to make.
Hope it helps,
Thanks Matt but which video? I need a bit more specific detail as to how to do it if anyone can help.
I don't think there is a specific video on GridViews, but that's what I would do. Just setup a gridview that uses stored procs to access your directory table.
The training videos (~30 of them) will just help you get developing in mojoportal.
Also, search for tutorials on how mojoportal uses CodeSmith. There is a CodeSmith template for gridviews that might help.