In the left-hand area, you will see a representation of the structure in the
form of a tree. In a newly created portal, you will see only the
portal node and the subordinate folder
"System" here. In the tree view you
have the ability, using the Edit menu,
to research how often the currently selected object in the tree structure occurs.
The result will then be shown in the
Find occurrences area. The tree can be edited either
via drag & drop or via the menu item
If you click on a class, the objects of this class will be shown in the middle area.
In this view, you have the ability to search for individual objects. Select
the object type from the drop-down list "Type" and enter the search term into
the search field. After clicking on
"Search", all search results will be shown in the middle area. If you move
with the mouse over a result shown in the middle area, additional information
will be displayed. Information about a specific object, such as
ID, is displayed in a dialog when you press the F4 key or by selecting
"Details" from the menu
Edit / Details.
4. Object lists
If an object class is highlighted in the tree structure, all relevant objects
will be listed in the middle area of the User Manager. There you will receive
information concerning the name of the object, its description, its type, and
its priority. In the "Type"
column, you will find the object class to which it belongs. How this list can
be filtered can be found here.
In the List view, the table columns can be adjusted by using the
context menuSelect table columns.
The object list can be sorted in ascending or descending order.
If you move with the mouse over a result shown in the middle area, additional
information will be displayed. Double-clicking on the search result will open
properties dialog for
If needed, you can choose to show the "Details" area on the right-hand side of
the module. This is activated from the
This area will provide information about the attributes of the currently
6. Find occurrences
Using the menu Edit / Find occurrences,
you can search for how often the currently selected object occurs. The result
is displayed in the "Find occurrences" window at the bottom of the module.
By double-clicking on the result, the corresponding point, where the object
appears in the structure, will be shown in the middle area.
7. Move and show/hide areas
Both the "Details" and the "Find coccurrences" window can be hidden by clicking
on the symbol located at the right
of the area's title bar. These can be shown again from the
View menu. The tabs can also be moved via
drag & drop. To do that, drag the tab by its title to the new position.