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Download at WoweBook.Com use none none drawer tobuild none with nonepdf-417 generator Adding Value in the Player isbn bookland ean Version Differenc e OnDemand 8.7 and earlier used an obtuse combination of "always display" and "never display", as well as the individual role tagging, to determine what would be displayed to the trainee. "Always display" meant that the Topic would be included even if it wasn"t tagged for the selected role, and "never display" meant that the Topic would only be included if role filtering was not activated.

The UPK 3.5 approach is much simpler, but because of this, it is not as flexible..

Note that once yo none for none u have selected one or more roles and returned to the Overview, the checkbox to the left of the My Roles link is selected. This indicates that role filtering is active. Deselecting this checkbox will deactivate role selection, without the trainee having to go back into the My Roles dialog box to deselect all of the roles.

It does not cancel the trainee"s role selection; re-selecting this checkbox will activate role filtering again, using the roles previously selected by the trainee.. Remembering a trainee"s selection OnDemandPlayerFiltering:true&Roles:Role1+Role2. The trainee"s rol e selection is saved in a browser cookie, and this cookie has (by default) a retention period of one year. The content of the cookie is similar to:. If a user defines none none their roles, and then disables role filtering, then OnDemand will still know what their roles are, because this is saved in the cookie. Should the user re-activate role filtering (by clicking the checkbox to the right of the My Roles link then the Outline will be filtered according to the roles that the trainee has previously selected. That is, the checkbox simply toggles filtering off and on.

Using the same example as above, if the trainee has selected two roles, but has disabled role filtering, their choices are still saved in a cookie, but now the cookie will appear as:. OnDemandPlayerFiltering:false&Roles:Role1+Role2. An implication of none none using browser cookies is that if multiple trainees are sharing the same workstation, and are not required to actively log on to it under a unique user ID, then any role selection made by the previous user of the workstation will apply to all subsequent users (unless they actively change it themselves). This can cause some confusion to trainees if they are not expecting this. Of course, in most corporate environments, users have unique, password-controlled logons, and so this shouldn"t be an issue.

. [ 348 ]. Download at WoweBook.Com 10 . Publishing for a role As mentioned at t he start of this section, in addition to allowing users to filter the Outline according to their role(s), it is also possible to publish an Outline that includes only Topics that have been tagged for specific roles. Let"s look at how to do that..

The following exp none for none lanation assumes that you are already familiar with the publishing process. If you are not, then please refer to 6, Publishing Content for additional details..

1. Open the Outli ne that you want to publish, in the Outline Editor. 2.

Click on the outline element (Module or Section) that you want to publish, to select it. 3. Click on the Publish button ( ).

4. On the Welcome to the Publishing Wizard screen, specify the publishing destination, and then click on Next. 5.

On the Select Publishing Options screen, select the Publish by roles checkbox (as shown in the following screenshot), and then click on the Select Roles button.. [ 349 ]. Download at WoweBook.Com Adding Value in the Player 6. In the Select Roles dialog box, select the checkbox to the left of the role(s) for which you want to publish the content, and then click on OK. In our example, we are going to publish only content tagged for the Order Entry Clerk.

7. Back on the Select Publishing Options screen, click on Next. 8.

If the Advanced Publishing Options screen is displayed (depending on your selection on the previous screen), make any required changes, and then click Next. 9. On the Formats screen, select the appropriate deployment format (we will select Player), and then click on Publish.

Now let"s look at what this gives us in the Player. (I assume that by this far in the book you know how to launch the Player.) The following screenshot shows the Player generated for the selection that we made.

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