Embedding Sisense Widgets within a publicly facing website

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    Michael Becker

    Hi Rajiv,

    in my experience it is good to create a pool of public users in Sisense (5 or 10), and then write a small procedure that will detect what was the last public user used to log in, and take the next one and log in the current session on your public web page. Put that in the loop when it reaches last user from the pool to go back to the first one. Sisense log in is user base not session based, so you can log in two sessions on the same user, but then anything they do on their respective sessions, will affect the other. With looping through a predefined list of users you minimize the risk of any interference. That of course depends on how much interaction there will be with what you display from en-user perspective. Hope it helps.

    Regards,
    Michał

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    Rajiv Acharya

    Michael,

    Thank you for your response!  So just so I understand it, you can have the public website itself impersonate a user via using effectively a service account(s)?  And depending on the nature of the interactions provided, utilize a rotating pool of service accounts?

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    Christopher Tangora

    What is the processes that you used to authenticate the user?

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