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Menu Items InFolder Action Problem

Hello All

I have encountered a problem regarding menu items in the flex ui , i have created a new Collection Command Group in order to display only the CreateXMLFormsGroup menu item .

I have connected the Collection Command Group to the desired Collection Renderer . the problem is that if i leave the Command List empty i canot see the menu items as expected to be , but if add one command group in the view of the menu item i get all default command groups (

NewResourceGroup,ResourceUserRelatedActionsGroup(expanded),GotoGroup,search_from_here,SingleDetailsGroup(expanded)) event thow i thay do not apear in the Command List even if i write in the Command List the CreateXMLFormsGroup i still get all default command groups .

Has any one encountered this problem? And solve it?

Thanks

Ronen

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    Posted on Dec 13, 2004 at 10:53 AM

    hi ronen,

    try to create a dummy UI command mapped to java.lang.Object and then assign it to some dummy UI command group, which will be in turn a part of your layout set. this should help.

    regards,

    ds

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2004 at 11:13 AM

    Hi Ronen,

    The DefaultCollectionCommandGroup is shown if either for your CollectionRenderer you choose a false Flavor or for your CommandGroup java class do you implement a certain interface.

    If you have for Command Group java class = com.sapportals.wcm.rendering.uicommand.UIGroupCommand then you have to have some commands in Commands List, otherwise nothing will be displayed.

    Please send me by email some screenshots with your command & collection configuration.

    Kind regards,

    Adriana

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