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how it can be able to remove "New" Option From List Page

st0328st0328 Member Posts: 97
edited 2015-02-04 in NAV Three Tier
Hi All,

how, it can be able to remove New Option From List Page. which will appear on the left Corner of the Page.

I tried it by, removing the page property "CARD FORM ID" , then the NEW option is Disabled. IF i did like this, i am not be able to Open Card Page from the List page.

Is there any Option which i am missing.

Please suggest..

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    mohana_cse06mohana_cse06 Member Posts: 5,504
    You can get this through roles and permissions.
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    Troubles_In_ParadiseTroubles_In_Paradise Member Posts: 588
    st0328 wrote:
    Hi All,

    how, it can be able to remove New Option From List Page. which will appear on the left Corner of the Page.

    I tried it by, removing the page property "CARD FORM ID" , then the NEW option is Disabled. IF i did like this, i am not be able to Open Card Page from the List page.

    Is there any Option which i am missing.

    Please suggest..

    I'm not sure I undestand what you want: do you want not to see the "New" Standard Action?
    if it's right, InsertAllowed = No doesn't work for you?
    ~Rik~
    It works as expected... More or Less...
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    Sam_MorrisSam_Morris Member Posts: 32
    Hi,

    Have you tried altering the PageType property? From memory, whether the New button is shown is also controlled by this . I can't remember which ones the New button is shown for, and which not, and it is not documented as far as I know. But it does have an affect. Of course changing this can also have some unwanted affects too, same as removing the CardPart property.
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    Troubles_In_ParadiseTroubles_In_Paradise Member Posts: 588
    Sam Morris wrote:
    Hi,

    Have you tried altering the PageType property? From memory, whether the New button is shown is also controlled by this . I can't remember which ones the New button is shown for, and which not, and it is not documented as far as I know. But it does have an affect. Of course changing this can also have some unwanted affects too, same as removing the CardPart property.

    for example the worksheet hasn't the new button.
    ~Rik~
    It works as expected... More or Less...
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    aseigleaseigle Member Posts: 207
    What type of List is it? I was able to remove the New button by setting the Editable Property to No.
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    st0328st0328 Member Posts: 97
    Hi,

    I would like to remove the NEW Option as shownn in the image file
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    mohana_cse06mohana_cse06 Member Posts: 5,504
    Your goal is to stop inserting vendors..
    this can be done through removing insert option from permissions..

    doesn't it solve your problem?
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    st0328st0328 Member Posts: 97
    Your goal is to stop inserting vendors..
    this can be done through removing insert option from permissions..

    doesn't it solve your problem?


    Actually, my goal is to Insert vendors through Batch Job(Report) Or From Contact.
    Through Vendor List Or Card Page we will not insert records this is working,
    but the users after opening the Vendor List Page they are seeing this NEW Option and getting Confused. So my client want its to be DISABLED.
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    BeliasBelias Member Posts: 2,998
    did you try troubles in paradise's solution?
    insertallowed property of the page = no will remove the "new" button
    -Mirko-
    "Never memorize what you can easily find in a book".....Or Mibuso
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    st0328st0328 Member Posts: 97
    Belias wrote:
    did you try troubles in paradise's solution?
    insertallowed property of the page = no will remove the "new" button

    Ya we tried,

    but the NEW OPTION is not getting DISABLED.
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    BeliasBelias Member Posts: 2,998
    But it disappears, that it's even less confusing than getting disabled, isn't it?
    you won't receive phone calls from customers who say "why can't I create a new vendor?the button doesn't work!"
    -Mirko-
    "Never memorize what you can easily find in a book".....Or Mibuso
    My Blog
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    st0328st0328 Member Posts: 97
    Belias wrote:
    But it disappears, that it's even less confusing than getting disabled, isn't it?
    you won't receive phone calls from customers who say "why can't I create a new vendor?the button doesn't work!"

    Thanks for the Reply. Its working. :D

    We removed, in both the pages CARD & LIST of VENDOR.

    Previosly i did not removed the property of the page INSERTALLOWED = No in CARD page.

    Thanks Everyone for your Quick Replies.. :D
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    Maria-SMaria-S Member Posts: 90
    Previosly i did not removed the property of the page INSERTALLOWED = No in CARD page.

    =D>
    Thanks for sharing this, with this I am finally able to remove the "DELETE" button from my non-editable page as well.
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    bhalpinbhalpin Member Posts: 309
    Ok, I had sort of the same problem.

    The base NAV New action, when executed from a list page filtered on Sell-to Contact No., created a new document, DIDN'T populate the contact in the document header record, then booted the document page filtered on the contact. So, the document page opens with the message "This view is filtered, and the entry is outside the filter. Some actions may not work."

    So the only cure is to change InsertAllowed to "No" on both the list page and the document page. Now the base NAV New action is gone and I can roll my own to create the document properly, etc.

    But, now InsertAllowed is No on the document page in all contexts. Great. Now I have to add my own New action to the page.

    It sure would be preferable if we had access to the New "black-box" code and could influence the behavior. (And, if this stuff was documented ...)
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