We have created an HTML page on which we have embedded an Appian record summary view, which works just fine.
However, our issue is that the summary view is displayed further down the page following quite a large are of white space from the top of the page.
Inspecting the HTML code that is generated by Appian for this embedded interface, we see that the white space is basically a Header section that is used in the Tempo interface of Records to display the Views of a selected Record along with any other interactions that are developed, only within Tempo.
Is it possible to completely remove this Header section from the embedded interface or code our own HTML to take its place?
Could you please attach any screenshot of the html that you are having on the html screen with the white spaces that you have mentioned above. This could help folks to provide more insights.
Thank you for replying.
I am attaching four screenshots of the same record summary view.
Two of the screenshots show how the record summary view is viewed from the Tempo interface and from an Embedded Interface.
The other two screenshots, show the exact same views as above having opened Chrome's developer tools to show the HTML code of that section of the record summary view in both the Tempo interface and the Embedded interface.
Record Summary View in Tempo Interface
Record Summary View in Embedded Interface
Record Summary View in Tempo Interface HTML Code
Record Summary View in Embedded Interface HTML Code
If you dont need the related actions then have you thought about building a report with the code from your summary and just using that in the embedded interface. If you do need the other tabs you could just build those out as well in the new report.
Unfortunately, a Tempo report was not suitable for this use case as there is no way to provide a parameter that would display data for a specific request, which is what the Record does. And beyond that, we do not want to have a Tempo Report visible for a use that is outside of the Reporting scope.
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