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Embedding ThingWorx reports in .NET pages. Risk Involved and Performance Issues Related to this approach

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Embedding ThingWorx reports in .NET pages. Risk Involved and Performance Issues Related to this approach

Hi All,

I have a application where i  need to integrate my thingworx mashups in .NET Application(MVC 5). I want to know the risks involved in this approach. I would like to know how performance issues occur with this approach. Please let me know the challenges . Looking for positive response. Requesting everyone to put your thoughts.

Thanks in advance

Thanks & Regards

Spandhana Daram

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Re: Embedding ThingWorx reports in .NET pages. Risk Involved and Performance Issues Related to this approach

Hi Spandana, are you looking to somehow simply embedd the mashups from ThingWorx instead of pulling in the data from ThingWorx e.g. using ThingWorx .NET SDK for it?

Re: Embedding ThingWorx reports in .NET pages. Risk Involved and Performance Issues Related to this approach

spandana daram​,

Following are my inputs:

If the ThingWorx mashup is open in the embedded .net page; user will be able to open ThingWrx composer in a tab of same browser. To make sure user does not make any changes; give limited Rights to the user/Appkey used for embedded Mashup. You may also want to disable everything in the user profile configuration.