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    Dear Sir/Madam:

    We would like to ask if there is a way to create a start page or landing page where you display projects and when you click the display much like the shopping cart...it will take you to the particular login page of a project/system.

    We are trying to create a web page which will be the portal to the systems we create using scriptcase.

    We would appreciate your help

    Best regards,

    Ira

  • #2
    Hello,

    There are a few alternatives to do it.

    You could create a blank application and create a start page in any way you wish.

    SC samples also does something similar, please see:

    SC Tickets: http://scriptcase.net/sistemas/v6/he...php?lang=en_us

    SC Shop: http://scriptcase.net/sistemas/v6/on...ndex/index.php

    regards,
    Bernhard Bernsmann

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    • #3
      Can anyone elaborate a little on how those two pages were created? Was it with the Blank Application? Is so how to I program the HTML into that Blank Application. I have a client that wishes to have a welcome screen after logging in but I don't see where I can create that.

      Mike

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      • #4
        Cyclones,
        You only need to see the SC Examples. Scriptcase->File->New project ->
        And select from the list HELP DESK

        And open the application to see the code.
        Best Regards
        Hiram BQ

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        • #5
          Originally posted by hirambq View Post
          Cyclones,
          You only need to see the SC Examples. Scriptcase->File->New project ->
          And select from the list HELP DESK

          And open the application to see the code.
          Thanks for trying to help hirambq, I generally can figure most things out that way but I have already tried that route. I had installed the Helpdesk and opened the Startup Page. I've clicked on every option on the left hand side and I cannot see where the text is coming from. The fields I can see but this is the part I cannot find...

          To open a ticket without registration, click (Open Ticket Express).
          If you are a registered client, click the (customer).
          If you are a staff member, click (staff only).
          Verify the status of your ticket by clicking on (my ticket).

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          • #6
            Cyclones,
            You have to dig into the programming, I reconfigured the help desk application.
            It is 11 pm here, I can look at how you can modify it in the morning

            What are you trying to do?
            Just a welcome screen?
            Or a listing of different applications that a user can log into?

            Kevin

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Kdriscoll View Post
              Cyclones,
              You have to dig into the programming, I reconfigured the help desk application.
              It is 11 pm here, I can look at how you can modify it in the morning

              What are you trying to do?
              Just a welcome screen?
              Or a listing of different applications that a user can log into?

              Kevin
              Thanks Kevin,
              Just a home/landing page with some welcome text and some formatting via html if possible. No links unless I create them in html to external pages/sites. If it can only be text only then I will work with that.

              I tried digging around in the programming to find the text that was showing in the Help Desk App, but just couldn't find it. I'm not sure if I'm still just too new to this or just keep missing it while looking.

              Mike

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              • #8
                Ok, I found the text, it is in each Language file.
                If you look at the ScriptInit it loads a default language.
                If you look at the the OnLoad Event:
                {fld_message} = '<br><br>' . {lang_startup_message};
                This sets a created field to the lang_startup_message in the language string in the launguage file.
                inside of the en_us.lang file you will see this:
                $this->Nm_lang['lang_startup_message'] = "To open a ticket without registration, click (Open Ticket Express). <br> If you are a registered client, click the (customer). <br> If you are a staff member, click (staff only). <br> Verify the status of your ticket by clicking on (my ticket).";
                So in theory, you can add your own messages in the language file and then call them.

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                • #9
                  If you want another way of doing this you can do something like this..
                  Create a blank application and on the OnExecute paste this in
                  $content = file_get_contents('html/homepage.html');
                  echo($content);
                  Just replace the homepage.html with your html file

                  Kev

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Kdriscoll View Post
                    If you want another way of doing this you can do something like this..
                    Create a blank application and on the OnExecute paste this in
                    $content = file_get_contents('html/homepage.html');
                    echo($content);
                    Just replace the homepage.html with your html file

                    Kev
                    Thank you very much for both answers. This one looks like it might be the best for what I'm doing. I'll give this one s shot and cross my fingers.

                    Mike

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Kdriscoll View Post
                      If you want another way of doing this you can do something like this..
                      Create a blank application and on the OnExecute paste this in
                      $content = file_get_contents('html/homepage.html');
                      echo($content);
                      Just replace the homepage.html with your html file

                      Kev
                      This one worked great. Thanks again.

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                      • #12
                        Glad to help..

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