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Link Tab

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On the Link tab, you can define the link properties for an individual symbol layout item. The link can then be followed in QPR Portal.

 

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From the View type drop-down menu, select the view that is opened when the item is clicked. You can also select No link, in which case the link will be disabled.

 

The View parameters depend on the selected view type:

For Element view, Dashboards view, Hierarchy Views, Navigator view, or Analysis view:

By default, the target is the default scorecard (i.e. the scorecard in which the element or view belongs to) and the default element. To customize the target, uncheck the Use default scorecard and/or Use default element check boxes and enter the symbol of the desired scorecard and/or element or view. Click the Period Settings button to define the default period and default series used.

For Navigator view and Analysis view: The default view is the view that has been set as default in the Navigator and Analysis views View Designer in QPR Portal. The default view is used when a user logs in to QPR Portal. If the user changes the view in QPR Portal, the user will get that view when later navigating to the Navigator or Analysis view. This latter view is also the one to which the link will point when the default view is used. To customize the target, uncheck the Use default view and enter the symbol of the view. Note: the non-default view defined here is used only with the free link. If you open a scorecard (even the same scorecard that is in the free link) after following the free link, the default view will be taken into use.

For Element view: select the graph layout template used in the element view from the Graph layout template drop-down menu.

For Custom URL: type the URL into the text field.

For Link to actions, Link to information items, Link to process step, or Details pane: there are no view parameters available

 

When multiple layout items overlap on the point that is clicked, the item that is on top is followed.