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Remove New > Link Menu Option

Hello, all!

I am looking to remove the New > Link option in the Portal Favorites iView. From looking through the forum posts, it looks like I have to create my own Layout Set and define commands. I have done all of that, but in my copied command group, it looks like it only defines the Clipboard and Details sections. I can't seem to find where to define which options to show under "New."

When you are in the Organize Entries of the Portal Favorites iView, you can click beside your Favorites folder and select New > < Folder..., Link..., External Link... >. I need to remove the "Link..." option. Does anyone know how to do that?

Thanks so much!

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 10:53 PM


    You have tu change the Layout set in user interfase. Make a copy and change it and assign it in the Layout Set field.


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  • Posted on Aug 14, 2008 at 06:46 AM

    Hi Alexa,

    Your requirement can be done probably.

    Just check the steps below.

    1.Check the Layout of the Portal Fav iView.


    2.Check the collection renderer of the Layout


    3.Check the Components(Use Show Advanced)


    4. Now check this Component:Content Management->(Show Advanced Options)Mapping->Component.

    Search for the component: OrganizePortalFavoritesEntries

    Now you will see it uses a Command : EditFavorites

    5. Edit the Command : EditFavorites

    You will see in the Parameters, it is using a layout:PortalFavoritesMaintenance

    6. Open layout:PortalFavoritesMaintenance

    7. Edit the Collection Renderer PortalFavoritesMntcCollectionRenderer

    8. Edit the Collection Command Group: LinkListMntcCollectionCommandGroup

    9. Edit the Command Group: LinkListMntcNewResourceGroup

    10.Edit the Commands :Remove the new_internal_link Command.



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