On left side you have a list with all your modules, click (or tap) one to
adds the module Folders to your application, in the Admin
folder. This module allows you to organize the modules in the menu in a
It's just to create a new folder and assigning some modules to it. If you
want to translate the folder name, use it as key in the i18n labels files.
The hierarchical menu is only available in XavaPro
. Plain OpenXava uses a list of modules with a
and descriptions for modules and the application
Titles and descriptions are obtained from the i18n files of your
# Application title and description
Invoicing[description]=Manage invoices and orders
# Modules titles and descriptions
Invoice.module[description]=Create and manage invoices
Order.module[description]=Create and manage orders, also generate invoices from orders
With the above entries OpenXava knows how to display the name and
description of Invoice
module in English.
Since v6.0 the description of the
modules is no longer used, so in the menu only the module name is used, as
you can see in the above first screenshot.
The application name is shown in
the top left corner of the page:
If you do not want to show the application name add the showApplicationName
(new in v5.5)
entry to your naviox.properties
By default when the user sign in he starts working in the last module he
was working on. To change this behavior and to start always in First
page add the next entry to naviox.properties
(placed in properties
If you want that the first page on entering will not be First steps
but your own page or module, edit firstSteps.jsp
, located in web/naviox
remove all the content and place a redirection on it, thus:
In order that the top list of recently visited modules will be clear after
sign in, add the next entry to naviox.properties
# Until v5.9.1
is not available since v6.0.
If you want not to show the list of modules when the user is not logged,
add the next entry to naviox.properties
The modules menu will not be shown even if there are modules available for
not logged users.
To have certain modules always
present on top menu use fixModulesOnTopMenu (new in v5.9)
Just the list of modules separated by commas. The modules will be always
on the top bar, unless the user has no rights to access them.