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How do I use a "Screen" in the GUI Web panel?

Hi there,


I have received a "package" so to speak and inside the package there are some custom "screens".

I have managed to create a menu item as seen on the below picture:

But how can I add the screen to this menu item?

If I go onto "System Desgin" -> "Screens" and press on the screen and press "Show Screen"

So how do I add this screen to the menu item?

Best regards

RE: How do I use a "Screen" in the GUI Web panel?

Hello, 

The url for your screen should be something like: 
../blogic.fcgi?_sf=0&action=doScreenDefinition&id=<screen id>  


//EIvind

Av: Eivind Johan Fasting 15. jan 2020

RE: How do I use a "Screen" in the GUI Web panel?

Thanks a ton for the reply.

I now have a new question.

The screen has all the "Service" menu items and not the normal Superoffice ones.

So eventho its added as a menu item to the "main superoffice", when pressed it kind of takes you over to the service module? How so, and can it ´be changed?

Av: Henrik Visby 16. jan 2020

RE: How do I use a "Screen" in the GUI Web panel?

Hi,

Is it correct that you want to hide the Service framework?
Here is a solution that probably works for you, this also includes the navigation bar.

When using an ID string instead of ID:
.../blogic.fcgi?_sf=0&action=doScreenDefinition&idString=<id_string>&_hideFramework=1

or

When using an ID:
.../blogic.fcgi?_sf=0&action=doScreenDefinition&id=<screen_id>&_hideFramework=1

 

Av: Brian Mulder 3. mar 2020