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Customizing the Chooser Mode in iManager Roles & Tasks

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October 31, 2007 3:39 am

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Problem

A Forum reader recently asked:

“I’d like a way to specify which chooser mode is used when someone clicks on a custom task in the Roles & Tasks menu. By default, it always displays “Select a single object” so you need to click on “Select multiple objects” or “Simple Selection” or “Advanced Selection”. I want to have my users (helpdesk) see “Simple Selection” as the default when using my custom task.”

And here’s the response from Wolfgang Schreiber …

Solution

You can modify the initial object selector by adding this to your install.xml:

      <url-param>
         <param-key>TC.mode</param-key>
         <param-value>multiple</param-value>
      </url-param>

or

      <url-param>
         <param-key>TC.mode</param-key>
         <param-value>simple</param-value>
      </url-param>

or

<url-param>
         <param-key>TC.mode</param-key
         <param-value>advanced</param-value>
      </url-param>

Increment the <version> counter in the <module> tag, then restart Tomcat and
update your module in rbs configuration.

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