User interface properties

You can specify certain properties to control what information is taken from the business object to appear within the console workspace.

Object Linking? – obsolete.

Detailed Diagnostics On? – Specifies whether to turn on detailed diagnostics in message boxes. This can help you to determine the cause of any problems you are encountering with the business object. You will usually set this to False.

Expand Collections Off? – Determines whether collections of this type are initially expanded in the tree.

Business Object Title Attribute – Specifies which attribute to use as the business object title. This appears as the window title within the workspace. For example:

Business Object Title Length – Specifies how many characters to limit the business object title to.

Ivanti Console Title Attributes – Specifies which attributes to display in the Console title bar. Click to select the required attributes.

Tree Node Description Attributes – Specifies which attributes appear in the Process Tree.

Tree Node Title Separator – Specifies the sequence of characters used to separate the title attributes on the Process tree. This is visible if you have added more than one attribute to be displayed on the tree.

Results Output Attributes – Specifies which attributes are displayed on a results list, and enables you to specify the column title and width when the attribute appears on a list. The attributes that you specify here are automatically added to a query based upon this business object, and are also displayed when you are linking Incidents, Problems and Changes together.

For more information about the Results Output Attributes and process linking, see Parent-Child linking.

On the File menu, you can see the most recently viewed processes. For example, Incidents, Articles and so on. The latest three items are displayed at the bottom of the File menu. You can access additional items (up to 10) from the relevant File sub-menus.

See also

Creating a business object