Dashboards Setup

Any suggestions as to reasons why Dashboards would not appear under the
Preferences menu in 3.8.1?

This is a brand new installation build from src on CentOS 5.2, mySQL
5.0.45, Apache 2.2.9, Perl 5.10.0 and mod_perl 2.0.4.

Thanks,

Todd

Smacks self on head

Found it. I was led in the wrong direction by the only entry in the
Wiki regarding Dashboards which says.

“You can create, modify, and subscribe to dashboards by going to
Preferences then Dashboards.”

Mayhaps this should be updated to say.

“by going to Tools then Dashboards”

Love 3.8.1, but it will take a little ramp up time since I’ve been stuck
in 3.4.2 forever.

:wink:

Todd A. Green wrote:

Todd,

The dashboards got elevated out of the preferences into tools during
the beta period, as they’re a shared resource that didn’t deserve to
be buried quite so deeply :wink:

Could you do me the favor of updating the wiki?

Thanks,
JesseOn Sep 9, 2008, at 11:09 AM, Todd A. Green wrote:

Smacks self on head

Found it. I was led in the wrong direction by the only entry in the
Wiki regarding Dashboards which says.

“You can create, modify, and subscribe to dashboards by going to
Preferences then Dashboards.”

Mayhaps this should be updated to say.

“by going to Tools then Dashboards”

Love 3.8.1, but it will take a little ramp up time since I’ve been
stuck
in 3.4.2 forever.

:wink:

Todd A. Green wrote:

Any suggestions as to reasons why Dashboards would not appear under
the Preferences menu in 3.8.1?

This is a brand new installation built on CentOS 5.2, mySQL 5.0.45,
Apache 2.2.9, Perl 5.10.0 and mod_perl 2.0.4.

Thanks,

Todd


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