Last post Apr 19, 2005 12:43 PM by xxRichxx
Apr 19, 2005 12:43 PM|xxRichxx|LINK
First off thanks for any help and opinions or leads. Here the [I]
Its easiest if I set it in an example:
Custom module: Employee Directory
the module 3 .ascx not including the standard admin screens. So a non admin user can view a list of Company locations and click on a location to view a list of employees, click an employee and view employee detail, then inside employee
detail they can click on something else ect.
now this is a ficticious module so keep that in mind, the concept I am after is this
the Master Control - in this case would be the company locations is on a tab and is located in the content pane, on the left pane is some other module like links or something and maybe FAQ in the right pain. Now when a non admin user clicks
on a company name it should take them to the employee directory for that company. that control was defined by adding a control to the custom module with a key and set the type to view. The problem I am having with this setup is that when you redirect using
ctl in the url it is considered a admin screen and not of type view , it loads ok but the left and right panes are empty. How I wish it behaved is that if its of type view and the user has rights then just load that control in the pane in place of the master
control. So my questions is this, Is that even posible and if not why not or is there a better way. I know you can create panes and write code in the one module to show and hide sections but that makes for bloated unorganized code if your solution is bigger
than this example. Another way to think of this is a wizard type interface. Any thoughts or suggestions?