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Web Menu Properties [AX 2012]

Updated: May 18, 2011

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Feature Pack, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

The following table provides a description of the properties that are specific to web menus and submenus.

Property

Description

New in this version of
 Microsoft Dynamics AX

ConfigurationKey

Specifies the configuration key used to control display of this menu. If a user doesn't have access to the configuration key, the menu will not be visible.

HighlightSelected

Not supported in Microsoft Dynamics AX.

Label

Specifies the text displayed for the top-level node of the web menu or submenu. The label property value cannot exceed 250 characters.

AX 2012

MenuItemName

Specifies the menu item to access when the top-level node for the menu or submenu is clicked. The possible values depend on the MenuItemType property setting.

MenuItemType

Specifies the type of menu item to be accessed by the top-level node of the menu or submenu. The possible values are Action and URL.

Model

Specifies the model; a logical grouping of elements in a layer.

An element can exist in exactly one model in a layer. Examples of elements are a table or class. The same element can exist in a customized version in a model in a higher layer.

AX 2012

SetCompany

Causes the system to change the company when the form gets focus. If the SaveDataPerCompany property on a table is set to Yes, then the SetCompany property on a form design that uses the table as a data source must also be set to Yes.

AX 2012

ShowParentModule

Specifies whether to update the QuickLaunch based on the parent module of the menu item.

  • Yes - Always update the QuickLaunch based on the parent module of the menu item.

  • No - Leave the QuickLaunch unchanged, even if the parent module of the menu item is different from the current module.

The default value is Yes.

AX 2012

For more information about additional properties, see Menu Item Properties.

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