Re: [epf-dev] Feature Requests
Your second request is already implelemented,
and is documented in the online help.
Process Framework (EPF) Composer > Creating
reusable method content
Changing feedback addresses
The e-mail address used for feedback in a published configuration
can be changed by editing the Feedback URL field in the Select publishing
options window. This window is part of the Publish Method Configuration
The default setting is:
This address must be changed before publishing.
A simple e-mail address uses syntax such as:
Additional syntax can be used to embellish the feedback
e-mail. Those features are shown in the following table:
1. Feedback Syntax
message to multiple recipients
(comma separating email addresses)
the "Subject" field
message using the "Copy To" or "CC" field
message using the "Blind Copy To" or "BCC" field
Feedback URL: mailto:feedback@your_company.org?subject=Process
As for your first request, collapsible
views in the treebrowser, your should log such requests via bugzilla and
will be prioritized against other requests. That said, IBM tends
to add new functionality into EPF composer if it's needed for small standalone
process descriptions. IBM intends RMC to be the tool of choice for
more advanced process descriptions. Others are welcome to add such
enhancements, but so far IBM has been the main contributor to the EPF Composer
- Use only one ? (question mark) when creating any entry
beyond e-mail address. See example above.
- If the subject parameter is not included, it will be automatically
generated based on the page with the feedback button.
velu jeganathan <velujeganathan@xxxxxxxxx>
Eclipse Process Framework
Project Developers List <epf-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx>,
08/08/2013 09:38 AM
I have been using EPF over the last three months to define
process content for my organization.
Have the following feature requests. Requesting you to
consider them in your backlog if feasible:
1. Requesting for collapsible views in the tree
browser (similar to RMC). currently in EPF output - view tabs (when i have
multiple views in a configuration) are appearing parallel until the
left hand column is re-sized.. This makes the published website not look
good when i have multiple process definitions (say waterfall and scrum
processes) published through a single configuration.
2. If the above feature will not be available, i will
have to publish multiple websites
3. Will it be possible to make the feedback link in the
published website point to an email id, instead of url ? when used within
an organization, it will help me to link feedback to organizational SEPG
group id instead of a website.
Thanking you again, for publishing such an wonderful tool
in the public domain. I am a process analyst and it has helped my team
Thanks and Regards,
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