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Adding System block shorcut on menu.

Hello, colleagues.

We need to create an item menu in order to see the system's blocks without using the "status" command.

Basically we need to make some sort of shortcut. 

We tried to do it, but we can't call the form in the menu's option..

 

Could you please help us?. 

 

 

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Re: Adding System block shorcut on menu.

Which ServiceManager Version do you use ?

Which client do you want to use ? Web Client or Windows Client ?

What exactly do you want to achieve ?

 

I checked SM 9.40 :

The command "status" is defined in menu "USER UTILITIES MENU".

It calls the RAD Application "system.status" without any parameters.

 

So you should be able to call the "system.status" RAD application from other forms via a "Button" by defining a new Button ID which refers to a new displayoption with that number as GUI option.

 

I hope that helps.

Best regards,

Heike

 

 

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Re: Adding System block shorcut on menu.

HeikeUlshoefer, thank you for the answer

 

Which ServiceManager Version do you use ?

9.32

 

Which client do you want to use ? Web Client or Windows Client ?

Both of them

 

What exactly do you want to achieve ?

We need a specific operator can see the blocks and make a "kill" if necessary.

This user is not an administrator.

 

Tks

Juan

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