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Active Roles 7.4.3 - Web Interface Administration Guide

Introduction Deploying the Web Interface Getting Started Web Interface Basics Performing Management Tasks Using Approval Workflow Customizing the Web Interface Default Commands

Properties of a command

Every command has a number of properties that determine behavior of the command. The command properties vary depending upon the command type:

  • Form Task  This command type is intended to display forms. When you click a command of this type, the Web Interface opens the form that is associated with that command. Then, depending on the type of the form, you can view or change the data shown on the form for an existing object or enter data on the form for creating a new object. The identifier of the form is part of the command properties (see Form Task properties).
  • Search Task  This command type is intended to search for objects in the directory and display search results. When you click a command of this type, the Web Interface performs a search based on the conditions specified in the command’s properties (see Search Task properties), and displays a list of search results. Then, you can click an object in the list to open the pages for managing that object.
  • Page View Task  Commands of this type are intended to display custom pages. When you click a Page View Task command, the Web Interface opens the page identified by the address (URL) that is part of the command properties (see Page View Task properties). For instructions on how to create custom pages, see Active Roles SDK documentation.
  • Set Attribute Task  A command of this type is intended to assign a certain value to a certain attribute of a directory object. The properties of the command specify the attribute and the value to assign to that attribute (see Set Attribute Task properties). The command can be configured to display a confirmation message prior to changing the attribute.

All commands have common properties, such as the name and description. In addition, each command has a number of properties determined by the command type.

Common properties

A command of any type has the following properties:

  • Name  The text that labels the command on the menu. This text is what Web Interface users view in the Command pane.
  • Description  Any text to help identify the command in a list of commands. An administrator can view this text in addition to the command name when selecting a command to add, remove, or modify.
  • ToolTip  The text that is displayed when the mouse pointer is positioned over the command in the Command pane.
  • Command Type  The type of the command is specified when the command is created, and cannot be changed.

Form Task properties

A command of the Form Task type has the Form name property in addition to the common properties. This property identifies the form that the command is intended to open. When a Form Task command is initially created, it is not associated with any form, so the Form name property is not set. When you associate the command with a certain form, the Form name property is set to the name of the form.

Search Task properties

A command of the Search Task type has a number of properties in addition to the common properties. You can specify search conditions (LDAP search filter), define where to search for directory objects (scope of the search), and choose the object properties to be displayed in the list of search results.

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