Hello Antonio, The first version of the Briefing Book does not support enterprise log-ins. However, this will be available in the next release. Our next release is targeted for late June 2014. However, because you were able to login and create a book. It should be working. Are you using the currently released version of Briefing Book? Or are you using a "development" version from GITHUB? Below are somethings you can try if your book exists in your ArcGIS Online Organization but isn't displaying in the Application.-LindsayBriefing Book Troubleshooting1. Check your ArcGIS Online Web Mapping Application Item where your book is stored. Look at the URL towards the bottom of the page. Does it have "localhost" in the URLhttps://localhost/briefingbook/?bookId=91d97b65a174404dbc8aa5da17a2ef26If it does then please change it to reflect the machine and domain name of the applicationFor Example: https://machinename.domainname.com/briefingbook/?bookId=91d97b65a174404dbc8aa5da17a2ef26 (Accessing and authoring a book with a URL containing localhost like http://localhost/BriefingBook/default.html will create the book but when the application tries to open the book at another time it is unable to locate "localhost")2.Check your Config.js configuration file, look at the required parameter ConfigSearchTag: 'UniqueSearchTag'.This parameter requires a value, it cannot be left blank and it has to be unique across ArcGIS Online. To get a unique value use something that reflects your organization for example 'CityofSydneyBriefBook' (something no one else will use)If this was blank or the tag wasn't unique then update the tag in the config.js and go to the ArcGIS Online Web Mapping Application Item where your book is stored. Look at the TAGS near the bottom of the page, delete any tags that are not unique. Add the tag that you just added to your config.js.Now that the Book item tag and the config.js tag match your book should load correctly. 3. Check your Config.js configuration file, look at the required parameter PortalURL: "https://ORGNAME.maps.arcgis.com/". Verify the Portal for ArcGIS or ArcGIS Online Organization Account URL is correct and you can access it in a browser.
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