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Possibility to define "empty" entry point pages?


do you know if it is possible to create "empty" entry point pages? Everytime I click on an entry point the first report in it is loaded. We want to prevent the first report / iview to be loaded, instead we'd like to have a blank page.

Is that possible without creating new iViews?

Thank you for your suggestions.

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  • Posted on Sep 30, 2015 at 09:40 AM


    I understand that you want to create a role which when clicked on opens a blank page. Correct me if I am wrong here.

    What is your exact requirement here? Can you elaborate further ?

    Do you want to add iviews to the role but still want only a blank page to be opened when the role is clicked on ?

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      Hello Tanushsing,

      sorry for the late response. You kind of got it right, we want to display an empty page when you click on the top level entry point of the menu structure. At the moment the first lower entry point is selected as well automatically when choosing a top level entry point, so the users get to see an application or iView directly without choosing the application itself.

      Some users face issues since they don't have necessary authorizations to display the first application in the list, a blank page without any application would solve the problems but instead of creating a sole lower entry point just for a blank page, we'd like to disable the automatic selection of the first lower entry point under a top level entry point.

      Do you know if that's possible at all?

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