To be able to edit the menu structure, the user requires the portal
permission Access Design module.
To add applications to a menu, the user
requires the portal permission
Access Applications module.
Every menu structure element can be moved within the structure via
drag & drop.
All changes to the menu
structure will take immediate effect when you click OK.
In the left-hand area, you will see the entire, current portal menu
structure in a tree view.
By clicking on the "Table" button at the bottom, the portal menu will be shown
as a list.
You can search for individual menu item here.
The title of the menu item is shown here.
Displays the path to the item in the portal menu structure.
In every portal, there are three pre-defined menu structures available:
Standard Suitable for desktop views
Mobile Suitable for mobile devices
Quicklinks All menu points contained here are shown as quicklinks
These menu structures can be assigned the various Menu elements that you use in the layout. These are represented by the symbol in the tree structure.
Moreover, these can be integrated into
In the right-hand area, the title of each menu structure can be edited.
With this option, no start page will be loaded in the application
area initially - the area will remain empty.
5.1.2 Portal page
Here, each menu item can be assigned its own portal page, on which any
combination of portlets from the portal applications can be displayed
in the browser.
Edit portal pages
Opens a dialog,
where new portal pages can be defined.
5.1.3 Default start pages
With this option, you can choose from one of the following standard pages:
Intrexx default start page
shows a list of all applications that are located in the submenu directly beneath the menu folder in the browser.
lists all forum that are contained in the selected menu folder on the start page.
shows a page with the ability to enter the username and password for logging in to the portal.
Start page mobile devices without login
Start page mobile devices with login
shows a page with the ability to enter the username and password for logging in to the portal for mobile devices.
Pinboard mobile devices without login
Pinboard mobile devices with login
shows all current entries from the selected data groups of portal applications - with the ability to log in.
Appointments mobile devices without login
shows the appointments from the portlet Pinboard.
Applications can also be selected as the start page for a menu folder.
Application / Page
Select the desired application and page that will be shown when the menu
folder is clicked on. All pages that are valid as a start page for the
application can be selected here.
5.1.5 Alternative start page
Here, a Velocity file can be implemented as an alternative
start page. The file must be located in the directory portal directory /internal.
Enter the path in square brackets:
Additionally, the ability to output a CMS article as a start page
To integrate a CMS1 article, enter the link here under "Alternative
start page" in the format "cms[App-GUID, Page-GUID,
Rec-ID]" in square brackets.
Since these pages can act as folders, the CMS2 pages simply need to be placed in the menu using the CMS2
application to integrate them here. In the Menu Designer, other elements, such as
applications, links, subfolders, etc, can then be assigned below the
Individual parameters can be defined here. The value of this parameter will then be
transmitted as a request upon clicking on a further menu item. Ideally,
individual parameters should start with the character string "rq_".
Here is an example for a user-defined parameter in the
These parameters can be processed when the page is loaded, such as for
table filtering. The internal parameter "rq_Layout" can
be used to change the layout when a menu item is selected. To do so,
transfer the name of your layout:
6. Edit menu
6.1. New menu
6.1.1. Insert menu structure
Here, you can create a new, custom menu structure.
New menu structures can only be inserted if the portal is selected in the
6.1.2 Insert menu folder
New menu folders can be inserted into any position except above a
6.1.3 Insert application
Opens a dialog
where the application, which should be added to the menu structure,
can be selected.
A single application can be added multiple times to various menu
folders or at various levels. The data that is entered and edited in
them will be written to the same database table.
for more information.
6.1.4 Insert link
With this function, a URL of your choice can be added to the menu.