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Is it possible to expose report or dashboard data embedded into visualforce page and place it in Public force.com site? If this is not possible then please provide me an example to build a custom report using analytics api/d3js/google charts and place it in public force.com site

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  • Some clarification here... you want to use native report charts and expose them publicly, correct? I ask because you can absolutely expose the data then use HTML or JavaScript to format the data in your own custom chart. Otherwise, I've been told exposing a native chart and report is not possible without having the user authenticate which would require a license for them. Again, I heard that from someone else, not sure how reliable that is. – zainogj Mar 25 '16 at 21:30
  • yes I want to use native reports and expose them publicly.If that is not possible then build custom report using the data from the native report – sfdc Mar 25 '16 at 21:36
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    This is very similar to my question here: salesforce.stackexchange.com/questions/27337/… You can't expose report charts or dashboards directly using Force.com sites, nor can you use the Analytics API directly from a Site. – Thomas Taylor Mar 25 '16 at 21:45
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It's definitely possible, but you have to watch out for licensing discussions. You might need Customer Community licenses to be able to do this.

You might find this post interesting.

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    If it requires a customer community license, than that doesn't speak to the original poster's question, which specifies a "public Force.com site." – Thomas Taylor Mar 25 '16 at 21:47
  • @Thomas Taylor Pretty sure those are not two mutually exclusive. Exposing data on a public Force.com site might still require customer community licenses. – nicolas Mar 27 '16 at 22:21
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    The guest site user cannot be assigned a Communities license and cannot, therefore, be granted the permissions it lacks, like Run Reports, that would allow this. See discussion at my post linked above. Public sites can query data and use VF charting or a third-party charting library. But you can't put a dashboard or report chart built with SF reporting tools directly on them. – Thomas Taylor Mar 27 '16 at 22:25
  • That's not what I am saying. You can write afaik Javascript in your public force.com site to query / edit data in your org. This API call could use authentication of a superuser to get around permission issues. However, this approach breaches the licensing that Salesforce enforces, unless you have sufficient customer community licenses backing this scenario. – nicolas Mar 27 '16 at 22:34
  • Ok, but by then you're writing custom JS - I'm pretty sure the OP was looking for a nearly declarative solution. If you're going that route, might as well query and build the chart rather than auth and show the chart you built. – Thomas Taylor Mar 28 '16 at 0:37
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yes, it is possible to show report and dashboard to a site. we can do so by either using customer community or partner community license. you have to do some additional stuff with this 1. creating community. 2. adding the tab of report and dashboard to a community. 3. Rules for the record type.

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