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Can I pre-hide tabs in the Configure Tabs tool

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Using the local client of AM is it possible to define the hidden tabs list in the "Configure Tabs" tool? The visible tabs column is populated with the screens that have been defined for the screen. I'd like to pre-hide some and have them available for users to add back to their screen. Currently it appears they can only hide ones that are already in the visible list.

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hello,

 

Have you thought about setting up a golden (or perhaps a few) configs that could be copied to your users as they start using the tool.

 

The idea is to create a user with access to the system, then use that login to create a config in the amsysconfig table;

at that point, this user config would be the 'golden' config; it would be your starting point config with tabs the way you want them; then your users would have to add tabs back (if they have access to the data);

Then if you want the config changes to not take place, you could not let your users update the amsysconfig table; the problem with that is, your columns/list configs wouldn't be saved so you might not want to do that.

 

hope that helps.

David

 

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hello,

 

Have you thought about setting up a golden (or perhaps a few) configs that could be copied to your users as they start using the tool.

 

The idea is to create a user with access to the system, then use that login to create a config in the amsysconfig table;

at that point, this user config would be the 'golden' config; it would be your starting point config with tabs the way you want them; then your users would have to add tabs back (if they have access to the data);

Then if you want the config changes to not take place, you could not let your users update the amsysconfig table; the problem with that is, your columns/list configs wouldn't be saved so you might not want to do that.

 

hope that helps.

David

 

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