This article shows how to build and run the Dundas BI Viewer Integration Sample (for Visual Studio 2013 or above). The sample demonstrates how to integrate the viewer by using an iframe to embed the viewer. You will learn how to build and use the embedded viewer (or integrated viewer).
This article illustrates how to get started with the .NET API by building a Dundas BI Engine in Visual Studio.
This article illustrates how to enable and use Cross-origin Resource Sharing (CORS) in Dundas BI. This is useful when you want to pass parameters from your website or web application into Dundas BI.
When embedding a view inside another application, you can pass parameter/filter values via query string instead of having to serialize them and use a short link service.
This article discusses the importance of keeping a direct line between your applications and Dundas BI through integration and embedding.
This article will show how to insert scripted third party web content like Bing Maps on a single dashboard and pass it data, when adding a new type of control to the toolbar is not wanted.
This article will show how to import and export objects in Dundas BI.
The Dundas BI Embed library is designed to make embedding Dundas BI views (Dashboard, Scorecard, or Report) easy. This is a guide demonstrating how to use the Dundas BI Embed library.
This sample is using R language to create clusters using the K-means model.