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How do I keep an SP from being rewritten by the MNM (Muse Navigation Manager)?

The MNM entries are set:
A) at individual Source Package level
B) at the Application level

To stop the rewriting for a Source Package, one must:

A) Remove the MNM entries at individual Source Package level
The MNM entries can be removed from the individual Source Package level through the Muse Source Console (MSC) as follows:
- login into MSC
- select an Application using the radio button
- select the "Sources" section
- go to "Configure" section
- click the "Advanced" button next to the Source Package to be edited
- the value for MNM entered in the "Link URLs" field must be empty

B) Removing additional MNM entries from Application level
The MNM entries can be removed from Application level using Muse Source Console (MSC) as follows:
- login into 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 in the "Link URLs" field sould be empty, or that particular Source Package moved to the exclude section.

Note*: The MNM entries at the Application level are additional to the ones for individual Source Package level. So for each Source Package the 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**: in old Muse systems use for rewriting purposes the settings found in ${MUSE_HOME}/web/Users.properties. This method is obsolete now, so all the entries inside it of the form "application_id.navigationManagerMode" should be set to "none" (application_id.navigationManagerMode=none). This operation must be done after the values set here were merged with the ones from application level (see point B above).

Tags: application, avoid, link, mnm, MSC, Muse Source Console, navigation, package, remove, rewrite, source, URLs

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Last update: 2013-09-04 08:33
Author: Administrator
Revision: 1.0

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