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    Adding New Resource Group to Homepage Error.

    Hi All, when I setup HAP without changing the homepage links,ie only Resources, Management and Me are shown it works as expected. As soon as I add another group (in Home Access Plus+ Setup > homepage > Links Add Group) it breaks the homepage.

    I have attached the two pages for comparison.

    Adding New Resource Group to Homepage Error.-broken-homepage.png
    Adding New Resource Group to Homepage Error.-working-homepage.png

    Can anyone suggest how to fix this issue?

    Thanks in advance

    Harriuk
    Last edited by harriuk; 10th February 2014 at 05:19 PM. Reason: email in post

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    Try moving the English group above the Me tab group, see what happens, apart from that I know there's a few fixes in v10 that fix some things with adding homepage links

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    Hi and thanks for the swift reply.

    Unfortunately this didn't help

    Thanks

    Harriuk

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    Harriuk, sorry, I cant help with your problem but I was curious to know how you got the "Me" tile running on your HAP install? If you could let me know I'd appreciate it!

    Matt

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    Hi Matt, what exactly do you mean by getting the "Me" tab working?

    Harriuk

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    In your screenshots, the first tile on the left showing your picture. I'm curious to know how that is there.

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    Ok I thought as much. That is my picture thats stored in active directory. HAP must read it from there!

    Harriuk

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    Hi nickbro, is v10 out yet, if so where can I get it?

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    I managed to put that tile in on my homepage by adding <Link name="Me" showto="Inherit" description="About yourself" url="" icon="" target="" type="me" width="1" height="1" /> to my Resources code.

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    Hi Guys

    Harri is my boss so have been looking at this for him.

    Looks like the xml is incorrectly created when creating new homepage groups. For example creating a new group called "Maths" results in this being slipped into the hapconfig.xml

    <Group name="Maths" showto="All" subtitle="" hidehomepage="False" hidetopmenu="False" hidehomepagelink="False" />
    When it should be

    <Group name="Maths" showto="All" subtitle="" hidehomepage="False" hidetopmenu="False" hidehomepagelink="False"></Group>
    Remember to add a link otherwise it borks too
    @nickbro - Just for heads up but presume you may have fixed this is v10 - Good work though sir

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    Excellent Work Mark. I would treat you to a corporate lunch for that but we work in the public sector so no chance of that! How about a thanked post and 10 minutes off the support desk .

    I agree with Mark though @nickbro this is an excellent product! Well done!

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    Thanks. Yep, you need a link in the group for it to work properly

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickbro View Post
    Thanks. Yep, you need a link in the group for it to work properly
    Hey @nickbro

    Just to confirm not having a link in the group wasn't the actual problem we were having. It was the <group> xml tag not being closed properly by the code.

    Cheers

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    The tag was closed properly, /> is a self closed tag. v10 has some fixes for the homepage where adding links was actually throwing an error message

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickbro View Post
    The tag was closed properly, /> is a self closed tag. v10 has some fixes for the homepage where adding links was actually throwing an error message
    My favourite saying, "every day is a school day", didn't know you can close tags like that. Still doesn't work with that method though but happy to manually fix when we add a group



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