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How to disable/enable pw and pwsample entries in SSM 10.1 Launch Page?

Hi guys,

I´m working with environment SSM 10.1 SP7.

In SSM Launch Page, I have 3 entries: pw, pwsample, company.

I would like to disable "pw" and "pwsample" entries from this page. I don´t need to delete data from these databases (transportation tool), is just a visual need.

In SSM 7.5, there was a file called "demolauncher", that could comment the lines relative to the databases pw and pwsample, however, in SSM 10.1, I did not find a similar file with the same lines.

Any help?

Best Regards,

Bruno Heissler

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    Posted on May 18, 2015 at 10:58 AM

    Bruno,

    As an alternative don't direct users to the launch page.

    Simply send then direct to the URL for the appropriate part of the system.

    The URLs are:

    User interface

    http://<server>:<port>/strategy/ssmNextGen/index.html?dbNameId=<nnn>

    Admin interface

    http://<server>:<port>/strategy/pipadmin/adminstart41.jsp?PilotWorksDB=<db_Name>

    Entry & Approval

    http://<server>:<port>/strategy/metricsmanager/metricsmanager1.jsp?DBName=<db_Name>

    The quick way to find the dbNameId value is to go into that database and look at the browser as you will see it there

    You should also set the value for the pwdatabase Jave System Proprty to the name of that database.

    Hope this helps

    Regards

    Colin


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  • Posted on Apr 23, 2015 at 09:10 PM

    HI Bruno, I'm almost certain you can get rid of PWSAMPLE by deleting the associated database with the Admin tools in SSM, but you probably won't be able to delete PW as this is needed in order to access the ADMIN functions for all models, If you manage to remove it, please let us know how you did it!

    Good luck!

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