I want to share a built in dashboard from Rally into Confluence. I read that there is the APIKey which works for custom apps - but I don't want to build a custom app. I just want to embed the Milestone list accessible from Plan->Timeboxes and allow people to look into the details of the Milestone. Is there a way to do this without me having to implement my own Timeboxes page? Is the way to do this using the old deprecated LoginKey instead? From what I read that seem to support going to any particular Rally page through a read-only account. (Though there are some security issues...)
I do not believe you could embed Timeboxes into an external application bypassing authentication. Here is a link to Embedding Apps from our App SDK 2.1 Docs that might help:
Agile Central App SDK 2.1 Docs
Let me know if that helps.
Sorry not helpful Sean. What I'm looking for is the syntax for using an apiKey in a Agile Central page's URL to override the "current" user that the browser has remembered. For example, I want to create a user "email@example.com", give it a read-only apiKey, and in an iFrame on confluence display the contents of "http://rally1.rallydev.com/..../mycuteandsefulpage?<myapiKey>" so that you can see my page but with the credentials from readonlyviewer.
Hard to imagine this is not possible.
Did you ever get this working without having to build your own app? Seems simple enough but I am not able to get it to work either.
Ok. The 2.1 SDK doesn't help since that'll require me to build my own app. I guess I can do that but it's quite a bit of work. Wish I can leverage what Rally did already. Thanks for the info.
You mentioned that Timeboxes isn't possible - What about other reports like feature progress or US in the backlog/etc?
I agree with MeigyTsai1359615. I have this question, I don't think the question is answered. "you can't do that" is not an answer, true though it may be.