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This article explains the functionality of the Source module, available in Print 2.0.
About Print modules
Print 2.0 currently contains four standard modules, as well as modules available as add-ons. Each module serves a separate Print operation.
Learn more about the other modules available in Print by reading about the Print 2.0 user interface.
About the Source module
In the Source module, you can
- access parents of displayed content using navigation breadcrumbs.
- search for entities by typing their name.
- reload entities.
- see the number of linked relations and any resources linked to a specific entity.
How to make a publication available in Print
After you use inriver Plan & Release to create the desired print structure with publications, sections, and subsections, and you add entities, such as products and items, to the structure, you can make the publication available in Print.
Any publication which is made available in Print can be found in the Source module.
To make a publication available in Print,
do the following:
- Navigate to Plan & Release
- Open the publication you want to appear in Print, and click on the Details section.
- Set the Publish to Print parameter to true.
The structure will now be visible in the Source module inside Print.
|Note: the above process needs to be done for every publication you want to make available in Print.|
Using navigation breadcrumbs
It is possible to click on a publication and drill down to view sections, entities, child entities, all the way down to the level of resources.
When you click on a publication, the different sections are made visible. The path is also visible as a breadcrumb on top of the page.
Searching for entities
A search option is available to help you find the entities you need. You can search for entities by typing their name.
You can use RELOAD () to reload the latest data from inriver and work immediately with any changes made. You can also use next to entities, to reload them specifically.
When clicking on a section, any data that is linked to that section of a publication is made visible. You can further see the number of linked relations and any resources linked to a specific entity, using .