Publishing a Function Portal

Only users with the Function Portal Management privilege can define function portals and publish the portals to end users. Complete the following steps to define a function portal.

1.Click the start menu and select Function Portal Manager.

2.In the Function Portal Manager page, click Add Function Portal.

3.Complete the following settings to define the function portal.

1)On the Basic Settings tab, specify the basic information.

a.Enter a portal name and make a brief description, then select the contents to share.

b.Select the Set Access Code check box to to set an access code for users who do not have IE or portal user accounts to log into the function portal.

2)On the Content Settings tab, select the corresponding content in the corresponding blocks. You can also set label to categorize or identify the content.

Note: For Application Path setting, you can select which cached path to share and whether the shared path allows live calculation.

3)On the Data View Settings tab, the All Data Views check box is selected by default. You can also select the specified data views.

4)On the Other Settings tab, you can keep the default settings, or see Other Settings to customize your settings.

4.Click Save. The Notification pops up and select Copy Invitation Information to share the portal information with others via email or instant messaging tools.

Basic Settings

The following table introduces the basic settings you can configure.

Basic Setting



Fill in the second half of the URL. If not, the system automatically fills in the portal name when you fill in the portal name for the first time.

Note: The alias for the URL must be unique. It can be configured in the System Management page. See Configuring Base URL for more details.

Select contents to share through this portal

Select the following contents that you want to share:

Share Map

Share Application Path

Share One-IP Table

Note: The selected contents are associated with the blocks in Content Settings.

Time Zone

You can also choose your time zone to reflect accurate time stamps of your portal. Only when you select the Set Access Code check box, the Time Zone appears.

Other Settings

The following table lists the other settings you can configure.

Other Settings


Page Style

The Page Style determines how the web page displays, such as UI style, header, footer. The system provides two styles.

Tool Style Template:

Web Style Template:

Login Interface

Change Logo — click it to upload a local image as the logo image in the portal login page.

Enable Login Banner — the texts displayed in the portal login page. Select this check box and enter the required words, for example, Welcome to the Function Portal.

Support Information

Publisher and email are mandatory, and the phone number is optional.