martedì 23 febbraio 2010 12:04
We need some advice in the context of a SCSM project.
Our customer needs to create a new object/ CI. The new object requires relationships to different servers, responsible persons, customers, and some more information.
We have to develop a user-friendly form with input-validation on different input-fields and code behind. We tried the generic form but it seems not to be the best option for us.
We are planning to create a new configuration item with a CI-specific form. As far as we know the authoring tool is not able to do it yet. Is this right?
Do anyone have further information about the authoring tool (release date and new feature in RC, i.e. create new classes and create complex forms).
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martedì 23 febbraio 2010 12:57PostatoreHi,
My understanding is that the v1 of the authoring console will not support create new forms. But you can follow one of Travis blogposts about creating new forms, take a look at http://blogs.technet.com/servicemanager/archive/2010/01/08/creating-custom-forms-for-service-manager-using-custom-controls-service-request-example.aspx
Anders Bengtsson | Microsoft MVP - Operations Manager | http://www.contoso.se
- Proposto come risposta Travis Wright MSFTOwner martedì 23 febbraio 2010 18:10
martedì 23 febbraio 2010 18:10ProprietarioThe authoring tool can be used to customize forms but not create new ones for now.
The next released build of the authoring console will support creating new classes, properties, and relationship types. It will be released with the RC build of the product in the first week of March (as long as things keep going according to schedule). It will only be available to TAP and RDP customers though. If you are not in TAP or RDP and would like to be in RDP, please send an email to scsmbeta [at] live [dot] com.
Travis Wright Senior Program Manager Lead Microsoft