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You can design portal screens to be used within the company.

You can display various information on one portal screen.

Figure 1 Example of portal screen
(1) Use the portal function
I will explain how to enable the portal function. (Immediately after Wagby installation, it is set not to use the portal function. It needs to be validated by the procedure described here.)
(2) Announcement portlet
By using the notification portlet, you can display any message on the portal screen.
(3) Calendar portlet (classic)
I will show you how to display model information in the calendar of the portal screen with the model corresponding to the classic calendar view.
(4) Calendar portlet (modern)
I will explain how to display the model information in the calendar of the portal screen with the model corresponding to the modern calendar view.
(5) Logon User List Portlet
Currently you can view the users (accounts) logged on to the system.
(6) Graph portlet
Using the Graph portlet, you can display arbitrary graphs on the portal screen.
(7) Workflow portlet
With the workflow portlet, you can display workflows awaiting approval awaiting and workflow lists that you should approve on the portal screen.
(8) External link portlet
You can prepare a portlet that collects link information to external pages.
(9) Use blog parts
You can use various blog parts published on the Internet.
(10) Display values ​​of arbitrary models
We will explain a sample code that reuses portlet type "list" and acquires information on model defined by Wagby. (The description on this page is for programmers.)
(11) Display values ​​of arbitrary models (2)
Here is a sample code that defines a new portlet and displays the JSON object obtained via the REST API. (The description on this page is for programmers.)
(12) Use gauge parts
I will explain how to use Dojotoolkit's gauge parts. (The description on this page is for programmers.)