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Adding SCOM Dashboard Web Part to SharePoint: "Invalid navigation URI Format"

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Here is the issue.
 
I'm trying to get a SCOM 2012 Dashboard to show up on a SharePoint 2010 page, using the Operations Manager Viewer.
 
The SharePoint 2010 Operations Manager Web Part Editor, truncates my URL to my System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) 2012 Web Console.

I get this:
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One needs to break apart the URL:
 
In the Central Admin screen for SharePoint, the web part, "Host URI" gets
 
https://scom2wb100.yourdomainhere.com/OperationsManager/ 

In the SharePoint Web Page Editor, for the Operations Management Property "Dashboard link" enter the whole URL, as it will be automatically truncated:
 
https://scom2wb100.yourdomainhere.com/OperationsManager/#/dashboard(type=Microsoft.SystemCenter.OperationsManager.DefaultUser!UIGenerated_bacd56ac99fc4bb0bd87aad291a59d34_SCOM2wb100OCAlertDashboard)
 
It will be automatically truncated to this:
 
/dashboard(type=Microsoft.SystemCenter.OperationsManager.DefaultUser!UIGenerated_bacd56ac99fc4bb0bd87aad291a59d34_SCOM2wb100OCAlertDashboard)
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