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External links config by Mind Map: External links config
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External links config

Follow the steps by number, click on small icons in top right corner to see file attachments or notes. Green circle means optional.

create locations for admin web:

com.giag.fo.adminconsole.linkconfig.jsf.LocationResourceBundle

increase number of modules

increase number of locations

add new locations: location.No.id=ID of the location eg. sales_order_reports

add module id to the location

Create language bundles for locations

LocationResourceBundle_de.properties LocationResourceBundle_en.properties This will be displayed in administration tool 0 Link management

Create managed bean for the dynamic parameters

Create getter/setter for every property that can be access. Read the values from specific viewcontrollers

example: LocationResourceBundle_de.properties

Register required beans in faces-config

Add managed bean defined in 3.

Add com.giag.fo.common.customtag. extlink.ExternalLinkManagedBean

Add managed properties: first is for locations and second for context data. Locations mapping specifies what location number maps to what location defined in adminWeb. example locations location1 receivable_baan_menu Add context data for eaach locatoin - this is important for links with dynamic parameters. Key is location, values i managed bean which can be accessed by links in this location, examaple; contextDatas location1 receivableLinksBean thats it

Add com.giag.fo.common.customtag. extlink.BaanSessionLinkManagedBean

Web Ui part

example: .... the included file: action="#{baanSessionLinkBean.openBaanSessionAction(companyId)}" rendered="#{link.baan eq true}"> value="#{link.baanServiceType}" assignTo="#{baanSessionLinkBean.baanServiceType}" /> value="#{link.sessionTemplate}" assignTo="#{baanSessionLinkBean.sessionTemplate}" /> assignTo="#{baanSessionLinkBean.attributes}" /> style="margin: 5px 0px" /> basicly just get the links for the location number and if they are regualr links just show them as links, of they are baan session links use baanLinkBean to handle them.