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Pinned topic How hide navigation tree?

‏2012-12-10T16:32:20Z |
Hi,

I am wondering how to hide the navigation tree by default on a Maximo (I am running SCCD 7.5) start center. I want to make the custom start center as simple as possible for the user.

Thanks,

L. Johnson
Updated on 2012-12-10T17:28:24Z at 2012-12-10T17:28:24Z by lesleyajohnson76
  • JeremyGibson
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    Re: How hide navigation tree?

    ‏2012-12-10T16:40:19Z  in response to lesleyajohnson76
    There are four System Properties introduced in SmartCloud Control Desk 7.5 which control the left navigation pane and other related visual attributes:

    mxe.webclient.homeButtonHeaders
    Navigator: Moves Goto menu to left of the screen and adds Start Center button to the header

    mxe.webclient.systemNavBar
    Navigator: Enables the lefthand navigation

    mxe.webclient.tabBreadCrumbs
    Navigator: Removes tabs from list view

    mxe.webclient.verticalLabels
    Navigator: Sets label above each input field

    In a new installation these are all set to 1. If you set them all to 0 it will look like a 7.2 environment. You can decide what combination works best for your requirements.
  • ZeyadElSherif
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    Re: How hide navigation tree?

    ‏2013-04-22T17:55:33Z  in response to lesleyajohnson76

    Hi,

    Did you find an answer to this?

    I tried all the System Properties and none of the properties would hide the Left Navigation Menu by default. You still have to hide it yourself. The other option is to totally disable it which is not the ideal solution for me.

    Thanks,
    Zeyad

    • lesleyajohnson76
      lesleyajohnson76
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      Re: How hide navigation tree?

      ‏2013-05-03T16:31:37Z  in response to ZeyadElSherif

      Hi, Zeyad,

       

      Sorry for delayed response here. :  ( Were you able to hide the navigation tree? We did the following:

      System Config>Platform Config>System Properties>search for navigation in Global Properties>mxe.webclient.systemNavBar>set to 0. It's set to 1 by default for new installations.

      Did this work for you?