I am researching how Looker can be embedded as an IFrame using sso on a domain which is different from the domain of the embedding application. Can any one point me to the right approach or resource on how to achieve this?
How to embed Looker into an IFRAME having a domain different from the domain of the embedding application
This works for us, we do it with all our customers. Documentation is available here. Is there a specific issue you are running into?
The issue am running into is that the iframe cannot be displayed because of cross origin domain as X-frame option is set from Looker domain to not display the iframe if domain is different and since our parent site has different url domain from our looker url domain
Below is what Looker says
Proper Hosting for SSO Embedding
https://mycompany.com you’ll need to make sure that Looker is on a subdomain, such as
If Looker is hosting your instance, please reach out to Looker Support to set up the necessary DNS configuration.
If you have a customer-hosted Looker instance, make sure that the application that will use SSO embedding is on the same base domain as your Looker instance.
Hi there Ezra,
please see my follow up question and please provide response on how to accomplish this?
I did see a report of issues with Safari today and we are investigating. I’ll update when I have more information.