The MOM 2005 Operator Console has a great hidden feature most people don't know about - .omc files! A .omc file is a file which stores your personalization settings for the console session. You can do a File/Save As at any time to start a new .omc file. From then on, while you have the file "open" your personalization settings will be stored in the .omc file. You can then put the .omc file on your desktop and open the console to a personalized view of the console.
Things that are stored in the .omc file:
How is this useful? Here are some ideas how to take advantage of this feature:
Give it a try! Here are the steps:
Leave a comment to tell me if you think this is a useful feature or not!
<P>Very cool. Thanks for the tip. Where did you find it?</P>
<P>Well - I work on the MOM team as a UI Program Manager. Our team designed it! [:)]</P>
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This is nice in that it offers a way to access various managment groups (much in the same way that MMC did in mom2000).
What would be more useful is if changes I made to the console (layout, filters...) were persisted in the Database & coupled to my login ID. Furthermore I should be able to seleect between various profiles (also persisted in the DB) depending on what job I am doing at the time.
This way my config would follow me no matter where I logged in from.
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