Started by JelleEA, April 08, 2021, 11:11:49 AM
cd /tmp/ArchiHTML # the directory the HTML report was exported toaz loginaz webapp up -n archihtml -g RG-P-ArchiWeb -l australiasoutheast --html
cd /tmp/ArchiHTML # the directory the HTML report was exported toaz loginaz webapp up --location australiasoutheast --name archihtml --html
./archi --html.createReport /tmp/ArchiHTML
# Starter pipeline# Start with a minimal pipeline that you can customize to build and deploy your code.# Add steps that build, run tests, deploy, and more:# https://aka.ms/yamltrigger:- masterpool: vmImage: 'carldouglas/home:latest'steps:- script: ./archi --html.createReport /tmp/html displayName: 'Render HTML'
Quote from: JelleEA on April 08, 2021, 11:11:49 AMDid anyone found a way to encapsulate the HTML Report output with an Azure AD or other identity provisioning service?
Quote from: LapizLazuli on April 06, 2022, 14:30:31 PMQuote from: JelleEA on April 08, 2021, 11:11:49 AMDid anyone found a way to encapsulate the HTML Report output with an Azure AD or other identity provisioning service? If you have an MS Sharepoint or OneDrive or Teams shared space, an easy way is to use their "Synchronize" feature. It seamlessly mirrors locally on the user's laptop the files in the Cloud.So just store the HTML files in a given folder in the Cloud, and ask any authorised user to synchronize locally this folder. They will then be able to read the HTML files locally, as if they had downloaded them themselves. They will benefit transparently of any updates made to the source files.
Quote from: David.Low on June 17, 2022, 01:12:35 AMWhile true it would be good to host the HTML viewer within a SharePoint page. Looks to get tripped up on HTML vs ASPX so I would be interested if there is another way to generate the HTML to be SharePoint friendly.
Quote from: Jean-Baptiste Sarrodie on June 17, 2022, 19:11:19 PMSo I have the deep conviction that it is possible in some ways, but still haven't find how.Regards,JB