This section describes how to configure the Facebook Adapter.
This domain should match the one configured with the Facebook application. For example:
The Adapters pane opens.
The Add Facebook to Configuration pane opens, as shown in the following image.
For more information, see Creating a Facebook Application.
For more information on the Allowed Permissions, see Connection Attributes for Facebook.
A Facebook login dialog opens, as shown in the following image.
If the Facebook login dialog does not open, ensure that the Pop-up Blocker within the web browser is either disabled or configured to allow pop-up windows from the host where the WebFOCUS Reporting Server is installed.
A pop-up window is displayed asking you to confirm the permissions that are to be granted to the Facebook application, as shown in the following image.
You are returned to the Add Facebook to Configuration pane where the Access Token Expiration and the Access Token fields are now populated, as shown in the following image.
The configured Facebook Adapter is added to the Facebook node in the left pane.
Note: The Access Token expires after 60 days. To refresh the Access Token, click the Get Access Token link and then click Configure.
The following list describes the connection attributes for the Facebook Adapter.
Logical name used to identify this particular set of connection attributes. The default is CON01.
The URL of the Facebook Graph API request. The default value is:
For iSeries machines, the WebFOCUS Reporting Server must be configured for SSL as follows:
The Facebook application ID as defined during the creation of the Facebook Application. For more information, see Creating a Facebook Application.
The Facebook application secret as defined in the Facebook application. For more information, see Creating a Facebook Application.
The date and time that the Access Token will expire.
Click the Get Access Token link to obtain this token. The credentials for a Facebook account are then entered. The value for the Access Token is returned by an authorized login.
Grants the selected permissions to the Facebook application, which include:
Select a profile from the drop-down list to indicate the level of profile in which to store the connection attributes. The global profile, edasprof.prf, is the default.
If you wish to create a new profile, either a user profile (user.prf) or a group profile if available on your platform (using the appropriate naming convention), select New Profile from the drop-down list and enter a name in the Profile Name field (the extension is added automatically).
Store the connection attributes in the server profile (edasprof).