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Administration of the panels

To edit the panels, turn on the Dashboard.

You can place predefined or system administrator-created dashboards [1] on the home page or user page (tabs). The list of dashboards that a user can use is influenced by the user's role or the list of permissions assigned.


panel editing

  1. display a list of panels that can be added to the page
  2. restore the predefined page layout
  3. button to start managing predefined panels

Panels placed on the page can be moved and placed in individual layout columns. The procedure is described in the chapter on panel control.

It is possible to revert the page layout to its original form before starting editing using the "Reload Default" button [2]. To limit unwanted restoration of the original appearance, a dialog box is displayed asking whether to actually perform the operation. If you confirm "OK" the original appearance is set, if you confirm "Cancel" nothing happens.

The "Manage" button [3] launches the predefined panel management page, where additional panels can be added to the menu. If the user has not been granted administration rights, information about an attempt to enter a closed area will be displayed.

Procedure for inserting a panel into the page
  1. Click on the "Add" button with the "Plus" icon [1]. A new browser window will appear with a list of panels.
  2. The display of the new window in this way must be enabled in the browser, and if it is not, the smart browser will offer the option to enable the display, either temporarily (once) or permanently for this web page.
  3. Click the checkbox and select the panel you want to add to the page [4].
  4. Click on the "Add" button [5].


inserting the panel on the page

  1.     click to add the panel to the page or remove it from the page
  2.     clicking on the button makes the selected changes

The "Cancel" button closes the window without making any changes.

Panel placement procedure:
  1. Click on the panel header [1], that is the colored bar with the name and control buttons on the right, and hold down the left mouse button.
  2. Move the pointer to the desired location. When you start moving, the pointer will change to a four-armed arrow. When moving over an area where a panel can be placed, the panel being moved will jump.
  3. Release the left mouse button. The panel will settle in the new location.
Procedure for removing the panel
  1. Click on the "minus" icon in the header of the panel [2]. A dialog box will appear asking whether to perform the operation.
  2. Confirm the operation by clicking OK.


panel control

  1. panel header
  2. removing the panel from the desktop
  3. toggling the display of a collapsed or expanded panel

Press the triangle button [3] to collapse the panel to the header size or expand to full size.

List of panels

The list of displayed panels can be limited by setting the permissions for a specific user, or for the role assigned to that user.



Panel with user identification and authentication fields for login. Allows the user to log in or log out.



It is a simple calendar used to show what day of the month it is. No other functionality.



Welcome article ala "Welcome". In this case with the wise sentence.



A small information panel with a selection of short messages that are regularly updated.

User Panel

Control panel with links for settings and administration.



Control panel with a simple list of projects, including an informative note.



Control panel with an overview of the ontology projects with a drop-down list of essential ontology components.



Control panel for quick access to comments.



Control panel for accessing deleted content.



Control panel for accessing and managing user-selected items.


History of created

List of created instances of Classes in a time sequence with the possibility of filtering by users.


History of changed

A list of changes to instances of Classes in a time sequence, filterable by user.


History of open

Access list and individual instances of Classes in a time sequence with the possibility of filtering by users.



Control panel for quick access to the discussion forum pages.


Article panel type

Administrator-defined panels of the article type. These are generally articles with formatted content.


AQL panel type

Administrator-defined panels of the AQL query type. Generally these are tabular reports.

Controlling the History panel

Panels are defined in the system that display the activity history of all users related to instances of Classes. Especially for creating new instances, modifying existing instances and then for tracking access to individual instances of Classes. Unlike the activity list on the user account management page, there is similar information for all users in the system, not just filtered by logged in user.

These dashboards are operated in a manner analogous to the procedure described in the chapter on dashboard control.

The history panel contains a table, the operation of which is described in the chapter on table control.

There is a slightly different design for the placement of the navigation arrows [1], where the space taken up does not allow panel control, and the use of a filter mask is implemented differently [2]. This is only displayed after checking the "All users" option [3], which also allows the activity history of all users to be displayed.


history panel control

  1. arrows for scrolling through pages
  2. field for specifying a filter to display the list by user name
  3. option to display all users


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