Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Enabling Local Formula Editing on CPC


When CPC is used along with CPM, the local editing controls are disabled. This allows the formula database to be controller from CPM providing a better editing experience for the user.

When CPC is used stand alone, it is possible to accidentally disable local editing if the user has a master key.

To enable local editing again, go to Configuration:


Then System:


Then check the CP Manager setting:


When local editing is disabled, there is a tick, as above.

When local editing is enabled, there is a cross, as below:


If this setting is disabled and you have a CPM installation, all database synchronisation will stop. It is therefore not recommended to disable this setting unless you are instructed to do so by a member of Rexson support.

If you have a standalone console and you cannot see the editing controls on the formulations screen, as below:


Then the CP Manager setting will be incorrectly set, and needs to be disabled.