Screencast How To: Dynamic Menu Button for OSI’s TCCUS / TCBS

by Otto on May 7, 2008

In this screencast I walk through the steps of creating a dynamic menu button for OSI’s TCCUS and/or TCBS (I like to call it TC*).  If you’ve never used or created menu buttons, watch the screencast to see how they are used to enrich your core processing system.

In this example, I’m creating a menu button that will open Internet Explorer and navigate to an application for managing & selling Gift Cards.  The web application was written for NWCU’s specific needs and uses single sign on (SSO) to Microsoft’s Active Directory for authentication.  Since the users don’t have to login, it really makes for a nicely integrated solution and a perfect example for our very first OSI related screencast.

 

 

This post first appeared on iTech Northwest’s weblog, Maximize Your Frequencies, but I wanted to cross-post it here since I’m still trying to figure out the type of content I’ll be posting between the two sites.  If you have feedback, I’d love to hear your thoughts.

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Robbie Wright June 16, 2008 at 8:59 am

Otto, just thought I’d let you know that the permalinks in the titles don’t seem to be linking to valid pages.Thanks for the post on OSI menus.Pretty interesting.

Otto R. Radke June 16, 2008 at 11:56 am

Robbie,

Thanks for the feedback. I had a bunch of problems with my old blog engine. I did a quick migration to GraffitiCMS. Now I need to skin it properly.

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