|Performers, guidance / templates, directory structure [message #585935]
||Fri, 14 December 2007 08:36
| Henrik TerÃ¤vÃ¤
Registered: July 2009
I have few questions regarding EPFC:
1) SPEM introduces a "Default Task Definition Performer" and possible
performers such as "Primary Performer, Additional Performer, Assisting
Performer, Supervising Performer, Consulted Performer etc." Now I would like
to add to my task a "Supervising Performer", how can it be done?
2) When adding method content / tasks, I have noticed the following
restriction: I would like to add guidance type "template" directly to tasks.
Well, this could be done via RTE or adding workproducts and adding the
templates to them. However, as a task contains guidelines, examples, etc, it
would be nice to include some templates also directly to the list.
3) In a situation when the method content includes lot of resources
(examples, templates, guidelines etc.), all for example, templates (of all
content packages) in a publish goes to the same directory
(xxx\guidances\templates\resources). Is there any possiblity to have a more
categorized directory structure? Now the number of files in a directory
easily could exceed for example one hundred. The categorization could help
to manage the templates (or other content) outside epfc.
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