The display name in Smart Office is used in a couple of places. First of all it shows the logged in user at the top of the Canvas. This post describes the display name and it’s usages and configuration.
In Smart Office 10.0.4 settings files and pre-defined widgets definitions have been moved into the GDBC database instead of reside as files on disk. At the same time as using a database instead of files increases the possibilities on new functionality in Smart Office it also reduces the simplicity of viewing configuration files.
With the new Import/Export Manager administration tool it is possible to export all settings files, pre-defined widget definition file and also M3 and S3 links files (even if they are still located in the file system). Continue reading
The content of this article will describe changes made to Smart Office 10.0.4 from an installation and configuration view. Continue reading
In version previous to Smart Office 10.0.4 the possibility to connect Smart Office settings to users or groups of users existed but had to be done through Active Directory with group polices. Adding new group polices can be a bit tricky and sometimes the trickiest part is to get access to the Active Directory it self.
In Smart Office 10.0.4 there is a new way that let you create different settings values and connect them to user(s) and/or group(s) of users. Continue reading
In my last post I showed you How to create a Menu Widget using the News Reader Widget. The News Reader has another hidden feature – it can be displayed as a checklist!
This view is great for a step by step process. If you launch the link the check box gets checked automatically. Now the process needs to be completed during the Lawson Smart Office session, it will not store your progress if you log off or close LSO. Continue reading