Themes—Enables the user to select their own default theme. The default theme contains all of
the colors, styles and general-use icons that are displayed on the Web Interface. Users can select
a theme from the Themes list.
Status Bar Icons—Enables users to select their own default status bar icons. The status bar icons
are the pass/fail icons that are displayed in the workflow area under Import, Validate, Export
and Check. Users can select a status bar group from the Status Bar Groups list.
Grid Page Size—Enables users to set the default number of grid rows that are displayed per page.
The maximum number of rows that a user can enter is the Maximum Grid Page Size set on the
administrator Web Settings page.
Default Report Publishing Type—Enables users to select their own default report type used
when the Check report and Process Explorer reports are run. By default, the Publish Type field
on the Reports page is set to this value. Selections for this field are PDF, Excel, Word, Rich Text,
The FDM session must be restarted for the changes to take effect. These options can only be set
if the administrator enables overrides for the selected option.
ocking and Unlocking the P
The Point-of-View Lock Settings consist of the following options:
Lock Current Point-of-View
Unlock Current Point-of-View
Lock All Locations (Current Category/Period)
Unlock All Locations (Current Category/Period)
Locking the POV prevents locations from modifying their FDM data. When a location has been
locked for a particular period or category, users cannot import, validate, export, or re-run the
validation report. Run the Process Monitor report to view the lock status for all locations. When
a location is locked, a lock symbol (
) is displayed in the POV bar.
The POV can be locked or unlocked for individual locations by users or administrators. There
is also an option, available only to administrators, to lock or unlock all locations simultaneously.
To lock or unlock individual locations (all users):
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To lock—Select Tools > Lock Current Point-of-View
To unlock—Select Tools > Unlock Current Point-of-View