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AccessPoint - organizing / hierarchy and access control for QVWs

We're developing apps and doing demos from a QV Server with AccessPoint. When I add any apps to the directory that AccessPoint uses, or in any subdirectories off of that path, they all appear on the AccessPoint webpage. Over time the AccessPoint webpage presented to end users has become quite cluttered, and we want to provide better organization to that page.

Is there a way to create a folder metaphor or other method of creating a hierarchical organization on the AccessPoint page? That way I could have two high-level folders be the only thing on the main AccessPoint page ("Demos" and "Development", for example), with the actual apps only visible when I navigate to the specific folder off of the AccessPoint main page.

Is there perhaps a way to control which apps are visible to each authenticated view of AccessPoint based on their specific credentials?

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hectorgarcia
Contributor III

AccessPoint - organizing / hierarchy and access control for QVWs

sure in the publisher you have a featurte to do this check screenshot

hector

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Valued Contributor III

AccessPoint - organizing / hierarchy and access control for QVWs

Is this only available with enterprise publisher? Is there such a thing "Standard Publisher" anymore in v9.0 which comes with QV Server?

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AccessPoint - organizing / hierarchy and access control for QVWs

As far as I know, since 9.0 there is only QV Server (different flavors) and one Publisher.