Module Definition Manager
This module functions outside the realm of the normal permissions hierarchy. It can be viewed only by a user with membership in Site Administrators site-level roles with no regard to permissions assigned to the tab on which the module is placed. For more information on the roles referenced in this section please see the role based security topic. Administrative users can configure additional module settings by clicking the button.
To add a new module definition members of the Site Administrators role click the button which will open the module definition editor and allow an administrative user to define the details of the new module definition.
To edit an existing module definition members of the Site Administrators role click the button which will open the module definition editor and allow an administrative user to define the details of a new module definition. From within this editor the View Usage button is available which will detail the location of every instance of the module definition in the system and allow the user to navigate to the site of a specific module instance.
•Module Definition: This is name of the module definition. It may not be blank and must be unique within the system. By convention administrative module definitions should end in (Admin)
•Controller Type Name: This is the fully qualified type name of the MVC controller class that renders the module.
•Help Source URL: (Obsolete) This is the application relative path to the HTML help file for the module as rendered in legacy editions of the portal.
•16x16 Icon URL: This icon will appear in those module skins that include icons in the header.
•Options: The array of check box options that dictate how the module behaves and where it can be placed.
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