[Deploying Sakai] Default left-hand navigation
Mike De Simone
michael.desimone at rsmart.com
Tue Apr 12 16:37:04 PDT 2011
If you edited the template after logging in (like it sounds like you did),
you would have to delete your MyWorkspace, then login again to force Sakai
to recreate it. Then you will see the new tools you added to
!user.Faculty. You can use the Sites tool to delete this. It'll be a site
with id of ~ + internal sakai id. e.g.,
'~636d223d-a5ef-4094-b14c-73213f79cf8d'. You won't lose any data per se,
but any customizations to the site tools may be lost. For example, if you've
set up a web content URL, that *may* disappear, although I'm not 100%
certain of that. Uploaded files and things like that will be still there.
Lead Systems Engineer
*r**Smart* | 602-490-0473
On Tue, Apr 12, 2011 at 16:26, Larry Dougher <ldougher at windsorschools.net>wrote:
> Okay, I searched the archives and googled for a while and I haven't the
> exact answer, but I apologize for the basic question.
> Basically, I want to edit the default left-hand navigation menu for
> teachers (for example, adding a wiki, Gradebook, etc.) that haven't logged
> in yet as well as those that have logged in. I have created
> !user.template.Faculty in realms but I couldn't see a Tool button.
> So, I followed some online directions I found and went to Administration
> Workspace, then to Sites and chose the !user Site ID and added the Gradebook
> tool. I logged out as admin and back in just to make sure it took, and it
> did. However, when I login as my personal login (as a Faculty type of
> course, and someone who has logged in before), I don't see Gradebook in the
> left-hand side in My Workspace. What am I missing?
> Larry Dougher
> Technology Coordinator / ACSP 10.6 / ACMT
> Windsor Southeast Supervisory Union
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