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Dynamic Links in Homepage Framework

We have a requirement to display dynamic links in the Portal based on certain criteria in ECC. There are time sensitive items in Payroll & Compensation that we want to control in ECC/Portal or have an Administrator u201Creleaseu201D the items into ESS for a user to view...instead of having static links. For example, we have forms (salary statement), letters, notices that are generated in the ECC backend, but the administrator has to run audits, checks, reviews outside of the system first. Once satisfied and ready to u201Cdisplayu201D these items in the portal they want to be able to u201Cflip a switchu201D on command and only then the links will appear in ESS.

Any idea how to satisfy this requirement? Is it custom coding in ECC and/or Portal?

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    Posted on May 28, 2010 at 04:53 AM

    PSO,

    check my reply in other forum

    Thanks

    Bala Duvvuri

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  • Posted on Jan 27, 2011 at 12:16 PM

    Hi,

    see this one:

    dynamic-portal-links

    for future: crossposting is not allowed as you can see in the forum rules.

    Regards,

    Anja

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