What I want to happen is on Click of a link the URL is updated with URL string variables and then "refresh" the IFRAME.
The other big change we’re making in this release is exposing refs to DOM components as the DOM node itself.
Kibana version: 4.4.1 OS version: Ubuntu 12.04 Original install method (e.g.
download page, yum, from source, etc.): echo "deb stable main" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/d/kibana-4.4.Description of the problem including expected versus actual behavior: [Scenario 1] I have embedded a kibana visualisation in an i Frame.
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A quote from another issue (#4783) "The embedded mode is not designed to work like this" @rashidkpc It was my understanding that kibana was designed such that any dashboard/visualisation could be modified by changing the URL. Thanks, Rich Further, I can confirm that if I destroy and recreate the iframe with the updated src URL, it works as expected - except that kibana has to be fully reloaded as the iframe has been destroyed.
Thank you very much for providing a clear example on how to harness iframe onload in React!The web page holding the i Frame modifies the iframe URL to change the query string of the kibana visualisation when a button is clicked. [Scenario 2] I have also done the above for a dashboard, embedded in an iframe.When the web page holding the ifarme updates the query string in the iframe URL, it does not seem to have any affect on the dashboard. I can confirm that the actual src of the iframe been updated, and if I take the URL of the iframe src and load in a separate web browser window I can confirm that it loads the dashboard with the filter as I would expect.Problem updating iframe content from server side Java Script Development forum discussing the use of Java Script and its features as a powerful DOM manipulator.Java Script is used in most websites to enrich the interface and enhance the user experience.