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E1: E1PAGE: Frequently Asked Questions on E1Page Composer Design (Doc ID 2303200.1)

Last updated on MAY 30, 2023

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This document provides answers to some design frequently asked questions for Composed E1Pages (aka composite E1Pages).

Questions and Answers

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In this Document
Questions and Answers
 Question 1: Trying to call P05410 from an E1page/Composed but when the application comes up it doesn't look the same as when calling the application in E1.
 Question 2: If there are multiple E1 Pages or Composed Pages, is there a way to set one as the default starting page for users?
 Question 3: How to add and display a classic E1page on a composed page without the classic page also appear in the tab at the top ? Example Gross Amount vs Open Amount by Period
 Question 4: Is there a Image Manager Interface for Composite Page?
 Question 5: Is it possible to reduce font size or add a line break to force when the text wraps to the next line for the title?
 Question 6: Is there a way to disable or secure certain options or content types, e.g. Designer Pane, Springboard Pane for a user?
 Question 7: How to enable/disable the hover feature in a composite page?
 Question 8:  Is it possible to create a tile within composed page without adding any task, application etc.?  Do not want to click that tile or do not want anything to happen while clicking on that tile - just an informational tile with a description.
 Question 9:  Is it possible to link a word document from a shared network folder (UNC path) vs a URL on the hover link URL field on a composed page?
 Question 10:  How to create a copy of an existing page?

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