Re: [IUG] switch glitch in loading another module
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In talking to a trainer, I've just discovered the reason for this issue,
and also the solution!
When you go from one module through the control bar to another, you need
to set the Manager Controlled options for the module you have arrived at
as they are associated with the login you originally used to start
Millennium. So, for example if you login to milcat and then pass to
miladmin, while you are in miladmin, set the Manager Controlled options
to the correct settings (normally making various options or templates
visible) and then it will all work.
For exammple,to show the Web Master choices you wish to see, use
admin/login manager/ manager controlled options to set these. And use
admin/settings to show the web options/ports (and then save settings).
When I tried this, I didn't even need to log out for it all to have
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Date: Thu, 22 Jan 2009 16:56:37 -0600
From: "Dennis G. Van Arsdale" <dvanarsd at uafortsmith dot edu>
Subject: [IUG] switch glitch in loading another module
To: IUG list <innopac at innopacusers dot org>
Message-ID: <4978F9A5 dot 7050106 at uafortsmith dot edu>
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If I am in MilCat and use the Millennium button to load MilAdmin, all
functions work. For example, in Web Master, the list of places on the
server to import drops down properly, and I can select the live or
staging directory, etc., and load files to it.
I have two other users here, however, who cannot go from another module
such as MilCirc or MilCat to MilAdmin and have the list of server
addresses work. It comes out as a tiny block and will not display the
list. They are both authorized for this function.
If they go into MilAdmin /first/, however, they can use the list just
fine, and can then load other modules and have them work.
Anybody have any ideas on correcting this (other than just loading
MilAdmin first, no matter what)? Neither of them uses MilAdmin most of
Dennis G. Van Arsdale
Technical Services Librarian
Boreham Library, University of Arkansas - Fort Smith P.O. Box 3649 Fort
Smith ARkansas 72913-3649
email: dvanarsd at uafortsmith dot edu
phone: 479-788-7206 or 1-800-935-9341
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