How can I remove the description of a parameter and the horizontal line from a value prompt (drop-down box)?

Posted by: Mahesh Kundu

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hi
i have my component in development but it is not reflecting in portal , i ve checked everything from portal registry to permissions and every thing is correct but stil that component is not reflecting in portal at all. any one can help me plz

Posted by: mamoni

Thanks for posting your question!

Here are the steps to be able to view the page in portal.

Right click on the component and select “Register Component…”

Select options as shown below or depending on your requirements

Select appropriate menu

Create content reference

Add to permission list

Now you can see the page in portal.

Troubleshooting:

If you cannot see the page after performing above steps then use below steps.

Does your oprid have permission to view the page? Check the permission list security on the page versus permission lists you are assigned.

Can you see the page in PeopleTools > Portal > Structure and Content?

Have you deleted application server cache and your browser cache?

Is your “Test Content Reference” a success?

Ensure that the folder name during registration is correct

Use below script to determine where your component is registered.

SELECT LPAD(‘–‘,2*(LEVEL-1)) || PORTAL_LABEL “NAVIGATION”

FROM (SELECT PORTAL_LABEL, PORTAL_PRNTOBJNAME, PORTAL_OBJNAME, PORTAL_URI_SEG2 FROM PSPRSMDEFN A

WHERE PORTAL_NAME = ‘EMPLOYEE’ ) B

WHERE B.PORTAL_PRNTOBJNAME != ‘ ‘

START WITH (B.PORTAL_URI_SEG2 IN

(SELECT D.PNLGRPNAME

FROM PSMENUITEM A, PSMENUDEFN B, PSPNLGROUP D

WHERE A.MENUNAME=B.MENUNAME

AND A.PNLGRPNAME = D.PNLGRPNAME

AND A.PNLGRPNAME LIKE UPPER(‘&COMPONENTNAME’))

)

CONNECT BY PRIOR B.PORTAL_PRNTOBJNAME = B.PORTAL_OBJNAME

Posted by Nitin Pai
Comments (1)
May 2nd, 2008

Comments (1)

Dianne Sanchez - May 15th, 2008

We are using vanilla eBenefits and have found the life event data entry to be very cumbersome for our employees. For example when an employee enters a birth event they must navigate through 26 screens to complete the event. The employee has no idea where they are in the process, get confused and often don

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