RSS Feed: configuration

 

Each distribution address is attached to a dimension.

To configure you must define the Feed contexts to distribute.

 

Creating an RSS FEED

 

Go to Settings > Configuration pane,then click on RSS FEED.

The editing window opens.

Right-click on RSS FEED > Create an RSS FEED > Choose the dimension.

The corresponding part is then enabled:

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Specify the characteristics of the feed context, then confirm by clicking on OK.

The following characteristics must be entered:

 

Name

Give the RSS FEED context a name.

 

Description

Give a description explaining the purpose of this feed. This data is optional.

 

History

This represents the creation date and time and the most recent change to the context, together with the login of the user who performed these actions.

This property is updated automatically.

 

Activated

Enable or disable the button to start (or not) the flow context.

 

A feed for each resource

This button is used:

  • if enabled, to publish one URL for each resource in the filter (see below).
  • if disabled, to publish one URL for all the resources in the filter (see below).

 

Contents

Choose from the headings and other event attributes the item or items that will define the Feed content.

 

Maximum number of items

Define the maximum number of items present in the feed.

 

Publication date

This is the date when the feed will be sent:

  • Event – Start date: the sending date is the event start date,
  • Event – End date: the sending date is the event end date,
  • History – Created on: the sending date is the event creation date,
  • History – Modified on: the sending date is the event modification date,
  • Date headings on forms : the sending date is the date specified in the form.

 

Title

Choose from the headings and other event attributes the item or items that will define the title of the feed sent.

 

Events filter

This filter defines the events to which the Feed context applies.

You can:

  • select an existing filter,
  • or create a custom filter specific to the publication context. To do this, select Customized.

Important

The content visible in the feed corresponds to the events visible via the two events and resources filters.

Resource filter

 

This filter defines the resources to which the RSS Feed context applies.

You can:

  • select an existing filter,

  • or create a custom filter specific to the publication context. To do this, select Customized.

Important

The content visible in the feed corresponds to the events visible via the two events and resources filters.

Modifying a RSS FEED

 

To modify an existing RSS context, go to the Settings menu > Configuration pane > RSS Feed, then click on the context to modify.

The corresponding part is then enabled. Modify the settings (see Creating an RSS Feed), then click on OK to save your changes.

 

Deleting an RSS FEED

To delete an RSS context, go to the Settings menu > Configuration pane > RSS Feed, then right-click on the context to delete.

The following message appears:

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Click on:

 

  • Yes to definitively delete the context,
  • No to cancel the deletion.
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