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O2 - User Profile
#1
Hello, I hope this subject hasn't been discussed before.

We have an Easyvista Oxygen version, on premise.

I try to create user profiles, with 3 items : "operation", "transition", "asset and configuration". Everything goes well until I try to use the new menu profile editor. The available items ("operation", "transition", "asset and configuration") don't appear in the left column. I only have "home", "my activity", "analytics", "references", "administration". The first item is black, the 4 last items are grey. (see attached file)    

When I push on the "menu" button, my 3 available items appear under "choose menu item". Do I have to re-create each folder and activate each item, one by one ? When I add a new menu item or an url, my 3 items disappear, and the only way to get them back is to push on the "reset" button. 

Thank you for your help, any hint will be welcome !

Fabien Volckaert

#2
Hello,

The "menu profile editor" that you use is for create custom profil; when you use it like you want a blank profil to add custom folder and menu to zero.
you should use Administration/Access management/Profil to define new profil without custom menu.

P.ABBE
ABBE Philippe, proud to be a member of EV CONNECT FORUM since Nov 2015.

#3
(07-23-2019, 09:22 AM)ABBE Philippe Wrote: Hello,

The "menu profile editor" that you use is for create custom profil; when you use it like you want a blank profil to add custom folder and menu to zero.
you should use Administration/Access management/Profil to define new profil without custom menu.

P.ABBE
Hello Philippe,

We did define new profiles with "Administration/Access management/Profil". I thought it was possible to add items (i.e. links, folders) by using the "menu profile editor". Buillding a new menu starting form a blank page is a very boring work.

Did I miss something ?

#4
(07-23-2019, 09:39 AM)fabien.volckaert@gmail.com Wrote:
(07-23-2019, 09:22 AM)ABBE Philippe Wrote: Hello,

The "menu profile editor" that you use is for create custom profil; when you use it like you want a blank profil to add custom folder and menu to zero.
you should use Administration/Access management/Profil to define new profil without custom menu.

P.ABBE
Hello Philippe,

We did define new profiles with "Administration/Access management/Profil". I thought it was possible to add items (i.e. links, folders) by using the "menu profile editor". Buillding a new menu starting form a blank page is a very boring work.

Did I miss something ?

A whole profil yes but in the case of new uses of ITSM it's usefull to perform a profil with one or two menu (ex HR, Financial,...)

P.ABBE
ABBE Philippe, proud to be a member of EV CONNECT FORUM since Nov 2015.






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