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Open in Scheduler link
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on Oct 17, 2012
on Oct 18, 2012 by Owen_R
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Can the Open in Scheduler action link on the Project And Task Properties tabs be used on other tabs on the project? If so, How do I get at it?
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Oct 17, 2012 8:56 PM
Just wondering again...
With the URL redirection you can create a customized links to almost anything.
Then you would have to catch the address where Open in Scheduler takes you and put that in the URL redireciton.
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Oct 18, 2012 8:31 AM
We would like to do this too - ideally we would want to put it on a portlet in an image column. But I don't think URL redirection will work as the button does more than just go to a link: this is the HTML for the Go button in v.12.06
<button type="button" class="sectionBarBtn" onmouseover="this.className='sectionBarBtnOn'" onmouseout="this.className='sectionBarBtn'"
Maybe a HTML portlet somehow linked to a query might do it though?
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Oct 18, 2012 8:48 AM
But AFAIK the only tab in a project that we can anything to (without source code hacking) is the 'Dashboard' one, so solutions built around portlets would not really help the original question (which was about project tabs - note that the link
already appear OK on project
tabs within tabs that already have the link)?
(admittedly it is a slightly interesting discussion about launching OWB from a URL though - carry on with that if you like! :vader: )
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Oct 18, 2012 2:41 PM
Appreciate that point Dave. The only reason I mentioned portlets is that we have been looking at providing a stripped down interface to some users, with basically just one or two portlets on their overview. One of these would be an enhanced, query based "my projects" - effectively to cut out clicks into the various tabs. We have managed to put links into all the other key bits of the project, either by using out of the box links or URL redirection, but the launch in OWB stumps us (the link to the Clarity gantt or WBS page isn't good enough).
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