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Linda Frembes
Click to view contentWe previously talked about finding and tracking content using the bookmarks and following features in the community. Another aspect to consider is the ability to receive email notifications when there is activity in the community.   To find this feature, click on your account dropdown in the top page navigation and click on preferences in the… (Show more)
Linda Frembes
Click to view contentKeeping up to date with the flow of information being posted in the community can be a daunting task. With so much good content in so many different areas of the community, it’s good to know that there are organizational tools that can help you discover and track the content that is most meaningful to you.   The Jive platform offers several tools… (Show more)
Deal Easy
How can I set session variables in pentaho bi server community 8.2.  I tried to use xaction , it always execute errors.
Roguen Keller
It is the nature of questions in a technical community like ours to have a follow on that is related, but separate that our original.  It leads to an overarching question as to if it is better to continue to thread with a new question, or to a start a new one. I have found that in these case, with some exceptions, is it better to start a new… (Show more)
Ben Clifford
Hi, I had a blog post here:   I needed to update the post, I made some changes and saved the draft. I was very surprised to learn a day or two later that the post was no longer available. When I reverted the changes which I was… (Show more)
Roguen Keller
Click to view contentIt may seem obvious to those who have been using the community for years. But for newcomers I would like to point out how you edit your posts. Notice in the top right portion of your screen under your profile picture is a link to edit. You'll want to resubmit your post once you've made your edits.
Roguen Keller
Click to view contentMany don't know this, but within the banner at the top of every space/forum in the community there is some navigation help. Beneath the name of the space you are in you will see the name of the parent space listed with an arrow next to it. Click on that arrow to see the entire hierarchy you are currently un on up to the top level. It's also… (Show more)
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