Gibbons, Michael | 1 Nov 14:18 2005

RE: Navigation on web pages

You will need to find a tool that uses dhtml & JavaScript to do something
like that. These tools are not very expensive and they provide compatibility
for ALL browsers. You generate your navigation with the tool and import it
into your web project. Here is a link to look at.

http://hiermenuscentral.com/

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Subject: [WDSCI-L] Navigation on web pages

I'm creating an internal web site and following the tutorial. What I'd like
to do is create a tree type of navigation where children are indented from
parents or better yet create a "pop up" navigation which lets you roll over
a word, and a list of additional options (children) pop up for the user to
click on. Is that possible using the web site designer? If not, is it
possible for the links running across the top of the page to be different
from the links running down the side of the page? Right now I can only make
them the same. Also, when I create children, they are just added to the side
navigation as another item with no visual regard to the parent. Does anyone
know how to do this or have any suggestions? Thanks.

Gay Kelly* Programmer/Analyst* SunGard * GMI * 1 South Wacker Drive, Suite
400, Chicago, Illinois 60606

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GKelly | 1 Nov 16:22 2005

RE: Navigation on web pages

Thanks Michael, 
I've used this before, and it does create great popup menus. Since this
is an in-house project, we don't want to spend any extra money. Do you
know if there is any way for Web Site Designer to distinguish between
parent and children links or am I out of luck? Even just a slight indent
from the side navigation would help. Maybe this is something IBM might
want to consider for the future if it can't be done currently?

Gay Kelly* Programmer/Analyst* SunGard * GMI * 1 South Wacker Drive,
Suite 400, Chicago, Illinois 60606

Tel  1 312 577 6180 * Fax  1 866 867 4785 * www.sungard.com/GMI

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Sent: Tuesday, November 01, 2005 7:18 AM
To: 'Websphere Development Studio Client for iSeries'
Subject: RE: [WDSCI-L] Navigation on web pages

You will need to find a tool that uses dhtml & JavaScript to do
something like that. These tools are not very expensive and they provide
compatibility for ALL browsers. You generate your navigation with the
tool and import it into your web project. Here is a link to look at.
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Joe Pluta | 1 Nov 16:54 2005

RE: Navigation on web pages

> From: GKelly@...
> 
> Thanks Michael,
> I've used this before, and it does create great popup menus. Since
this
> is an in-house project, we don't want to spend any extra money. Do you
> know if there is any way for Web Site Designer to distinguish between
> parent and children links or am I out of luck? Even just a slight
indent
> from the side navigation would help. Maybe this is something IBM might
> want to consider for the future if it can't be done currently?

Actually, the navigation menus are created by "snippets", which are
included as part of the template.  If you look in the generated code
from the template, you'll see the reference to the snippet; it will look
something like this:

<!-- siteedit:navbar spec="/MySite/theme/footer.html"
target="sibling"-->

When you open up the file footer.html, you will see a macro language
that you can modify to create your own navigation widgets.  There's
really no documentation except for the chapter I wrote in my WDSC book,
but if you take the time to bang through it, you can figure it out.

Here's some insight:

<!--siteedit:forEach var="item" items="${sitenav.items}"-->

This is a standard forEach loop.  Since it's working on sitenav.items, I
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Gibbons, Michael | 1 Nov 17:26 2005

RE: Navigation on web pages

I believe Joe is correct that you could modify the template and/or the style
sheet to indent the navigation.  To get drop down navigation I had to use a
separate tool, unless I missed something in wdsc. Try your web diagram to
identify parent and child pages. 

-----Original Message-----
From: Joe Pluta [mailto:joepluta@...] 
Sent: Tuesday, November 01, 2005 10:54 AM
To: 'Websphere Development Studio Client for iSeries'
Subject: RE: [WDSCI-L] Navigation on web pages

> From: GKelly@...
> 
> Thanks Michael,
> I've used this before, and it does create great popup menus. Since
this
> is an in-house project, we don't want to spend any extra money. Do you 
> know if there is any way for Web Site Designer to distinguish between 
> parent and children links or am I out of luck? Even just a slight
indent
> from the side navigation would help. Maybe this is something IBM might 
> want to consider for the future if it can't be done currently?

Actually, the navigation menus are created by "snippets", which are included
as part of the template.  If you look in the generated code from the
template, you'll see the reference to the snippet; it will look something
like this:

<!-- siteedit:navbar spec="/MySite/theme/footer.html"
target="sibling"-->
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CProctor | 1 Nov 18:47 2005

Downloading source to PC to work offline with WDSCI 5

Hi all,

Does someone have a write up on how to download RPGLE source members to 
work offline (not connected to host) in WDSCI 5? I'd really appreciate it!

Chris Proctor
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Wilt, Charles | 1 Nov 18:55 2005

RE: Downloading source to PC to work offline with WDSCI 5

Right click the source member and select "Make available offline"

HTH, 

Charles Wilt
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iSeries Systems Administrator / Developer
Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America
ph: 513-573-4343
fax: 513-398-1121

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Subject: [WDSCI-L] Downloading source to PC to work offline with WDSCI 5

Hi all,

Does someone have a write up on how to download RPGLE source members to 
work offline (not connected to host) in WDSCI 5? I'd really appreciate
it!

Chris Proctor
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Bruce Guetzkow | 1 Nov 21:03 2005

RE: Downloading source to PC to work offline with WDSCI 5

Chris:

<snip>
Does someone have a write up on how to download RPGLE source members to 
work offline (not connected to host) in WDSCI 5? I'd really appreciate
it!
</snip>

You may want to consider using the iSeries Projects perspective.  See
the following article for more information:
	http://www.itjungle.com/fhg/fhg110304-story01.html

Hope that helps,
--Bruce Guetzkow

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GKelly | 1 Nov 22:36 2005

RE: Navigation on web pages

Thanks Joe,
The book I'm using is your book. It's getting pretty ragged - from
use!!!
Gay

Gay Kelly* Programmer/Analyst* SunGard * GMI * 1 South Wacker Drive,
Suite 400, Chicago, Illinois 60606

Tel  1 312 577 6180 * Fax  1 866 867 4785 * www.sungard.com/GMI

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Subject: RE: [WDSCI-L] Navigation on web pages

> From: GKelly@...
> 
> Thanks Michael,
> I've used this before, and it does create great popup menus. Since
this
> is an in-house project, we don't want to spend any extra money. Do you
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jag | 1 Nov 22:48 2005

DB2 visual explain plug-in in Rational 6.x ?

I recently attended a workshop
http://www-03.ibm.com/servers/eserver/iseries/service/igs/db2performance.html
. I was very surprised how SQL have undergone major changes. We used a lot
of visual explain on fine tuning query and optimizing the queries.  I would
recommend to users in Iseries for version higher than 5.1. Check it out.

I was wondering either IBM (DB2) division or Rational developers are
contemplating of creating a Visual Explain as a plug-in/view  in  data
perspective of Rational 6.x. Any info. is highly appreciated.

Thanks
Jag

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Tyler, Matt | 2 Nov 00:23 2005

WDSC 6.0 help book marks

I am back into WDSC 6.0 (after being bit in the rear by version 5.1.2
crashing often).  Now my help book marks are gone.  Anyone know to
restore version 5.1.2 references?

Thank you,

Matt Tyler

WinCo Foods, LLC

mattt@...

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