Embed Skuid page as vf page into standard SF page layout?

melissamelissa Member
edited February 4 in Questions
I know I can build related lists into a skuid page and overwrite the SF page object - BUT can I do the reverse? I am wondering if I can for instance create a related list table in skuid as a VF page and place that vf page within a standard sf page layout "section". Is this possible?

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  • Anna WiersemaAnna Wiersema Skuid Mod, Admin 🛠️ 
    edited December 2019
    Hey Melissa, sorry for the delay! You can do that as a page custom component in a visualforce page but it may not look very elegant. John's going to jump on in a second to give you a little more detail on how to do this.
  • John NelsonJohn Nelson Admin, Sonar 🛠️ 
    edited July 2018
    Hi Melissa, The way to do what you're describing is to create your Skuid page (a simple page would work best -- like you mentioned, with one component), then use the "page" visualforce component within the visualforce page you would build. Add the following code to your visualforce page and you'll be able to pull in your Skuid page.
  • Sam KamenskySam Kamensky Member
    edited February 4
    John, Is there a way to have the skuid on that embedded page access the URL from that page?
    Say it's a standard page and your salesforce URL looks like this: https://cs14.salesforce.com/50054000001AAzi
    How can you get the skuid page to access the "50054000001AAzi"?
  • pocpoc Member
    edited June 2017
    any progress on your question?

  • Nikita LadiaNikita Ladia Member
    edited April 2018
    Hi Sam,

    Did you find any solution to this problem?
  • Gary BaileyGary Bailey Member
    edited July 2018
    Any updates on this?  I've set the Model condition to
    "Page/URL parameter value"
    Parameter = Id

    But it still isn't working.  

    Skuid backend:

  • Gary BaileyGary Bailey Member
    edited August 2018
    Figured it out...problem was with my visualforce page.  I was using a redirect instead of just a standard page.    Here is the code that worked:

    <apex:page standardController="Loan_Document__c"><skuid:page page="1.0_Borrower_Payments" />
        </apex:page>
  • Mark DeSimoneMark DeSimone Skuid Mod 🛠️ 
    edited August 2018
    Gary, thank you very much for closing the loop and sharing your solution. Looks like this conversation has quite a long timeline!
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