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We are using the discussion group functionality with via "" and within the settings of the master iView there is a parameter titled "Show the description of the discussion." It is a true/false parameter, by setting it to true it displays a generic description about discussion topics on the top of the iView and the topics below.

So far I have not found a place where I could customize the description. Is there someplace to customize this description, even if I have to edit a page some place.

Thanks & regards


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  • Posted on Nov 14, 2003 at 10:34 AM

    No option for customizable description for a discussion.

    Hi Jon,

    In the discussion iView it is not possible to set a discussion-specific description. You can only enable/disable the general more documentation-like description as you described above.


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    • Former Member

      Hi Dirk,

      I am facing another issue in order to display my taxonomy structure user-friendly.

      I would like to display the number of items which are

      stored in a category after the category name,

      i.e. "<Category_Name> (3)"

      I think I found the corresponding renderer

      ("ConsumerTaxonomyCollectionRenderer") and probably also the

      corresponding Property(cm_rnd_childcount) under Configuration >

      Content Management > Global Services > Property Metadata > Properties.

      But I didn't succeed in combining these two.

      Could you help me?

      I use the browse taxonomy iview (



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