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Publishing to Website

Hi Experts

 

When you publish a Power BI Report/Dashboard to the Web via the given URL and Iframe details provide by Power BI Service when you click publish to web. When the report/dashboard is about to be published does the end user see all the ribbons and tool bar functionality that you see in power bi Service??

 

or do you need a JAVA API to remove such elements.

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@Anonymous No, the Report editor sections are not visible in a publish to web report. (As a reminder, if you use publish to web the URL you generate is discoverable by anyone, and thus you are exposing the data in the report with everyone. You are not publishing that to users, technically you are just embedding it in an iframe. You can take the URL that Power BI generates and just plug that into a browser to see what the report looks like prior to embedding it in your final application.


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@Anonymous No, the Report editor sections are not visible in a publish to web report. (As a reminder, if you use publish to web the URL you generate is discoverable by anyone, and thus you are exposing the data in the report with everyone. You are not publishing that to users, technically you are just embedding it in an iframe. You can take the URL that Power BI generates and just plug that into a browser to see what the report looks like prior to embedding it in your final application.


Looking for more Power BI tips, tricks & tools? Check out PowerBI.tips the site I co-own with Mike Carlo. Also, if you are near SE WI? Join our PUG Milwaukee Brew City PUG

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Anonymous
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many thanks for the excellent feedback, i was worried i might have to use a JAVA API to compensate.

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