Frank,

The Role Menu files for Explorer are typically stored
on the local hard drive of the PC.  If they are modified
on one system they would not be reflected on any other.

Thru Configuration maintenance you can set explorer up
to store/access the .rmu files from a network drive location.

If the files are to be stored on the local PC hard drives,
I would encourage you to have current backup copies.

Many installations store the master copies on a network drive.
Modifications are made directly to those files and distributed.

--Jack
_________________________________________________

> It's fixed.  I had to right-click in the menu/folder and click on New >
> Activity > Elemental and specify the Application Task and Title.  I
> clicked on the new Activity and it ran fine.
>
> Shouldn't the activity already be there in the menu/folder when I clicked
> on it instead of having to manually enter the activity?
>
> It's almost like installing software on your PC and then going into
> Explorer then opening the 'Program Files' folder and then manually
> creating a folder specifing what software you just installed.
>
> Frank W. Kany IV
> Senior Programmer/Analyst
> Unipres USA, Inc.
> (615) 325-8428 - Office
> (615) 517-1742 - Cell
> http://www.unipres.com
>
> ----- Forwarded by Frank Kany/UNIPRES on 01/13/2006 02:27 PM -----
>
> Frank Kany/UNIPRES
> 01/13/2006 01:42 PM
>
> To
> system21@xxxxxxxxxxxx
> cc
>
> Subject
> JBA Explorer - can't see available activity
>
>
>
>
>
> I'm new to JBA explorer and don't understand why a user can see an
> 'Available Activity' in their menu/folder, but I can not see it when I
> select the same menu/folder.
>
> The user showed me a screen that they had printed this morning of their
> JBA Explorer and the 'Available Activity' is there.
>
> Anybody know what I'm doing wrong?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Frank W. Kany IV
> Senior Programmer/Analyst
> Unipres USA, Inc.
> (615) 325-8428 - Office
> (615) 517-1742 - Cell
> http://www.unipres.com
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