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Where are Muse Navigation Manager (MNM) entries set?

The MNM entries can be set:
A) at the individual Source Package level
B) additional MNM entries can be set at the Application level

A) Setting MNM entries at the individual Source Package level:
The MNM entries can be set at individual Source Package level using the Muse Source Console (MSC) as follows:
- login into the MSC
- select an Application using the radio button
- select the "Sources" section
- go to "Configure" section
- click the "Advanced" button near the Source Package in the list that is to be edited
- the value for MNM must be entered in the "Link URLs" field 

B) Setting additional MNM entries at application level
The MNM entries can be set at the Application level using the Muse Source Console (MSC) as follows:
- login into the MSC
- select an Application using the radio button
- select the "General Settings" section
- go to "Navigation Management" section
- the value for the MNM at the Application level must be entered in the "Link URLs" field

Note*: The MNM entries at the Application level are additional to the ones set for individual Source Package level. So for a Source Package the MNM entries set up for that Source Package plus the MNM entries set up at Application level (A + B above) will be used.

Note**: The MNM entries at the Application level are usually used when many sources at the Application level are using a WAM (Web Access Management) software such as ezProxy as this provides a way to add a MNM entry that is to be used by multiple sources. Except in the case of WAM software it is not recommended that MNM entries be set at the Application level.

Tags: application, link, link navigation, mnm, MSC, Muse Source Console, rewrite, source package, URL

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Last update: 2013-09-04 08:33
Author: Administrator
Revision: 1.1

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