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Modifying Objects in the C-Web Interface

 

Tasks to rename, move, or delete any type of object in the C-Web interface are:

Copying a Configuration for an Object (C-Web Interface)

You can copy configuration information from one place in the configuration to another. This process simplifies configuration so that you do not need to configure the same information in more than one place.

To copy a configuration to another configuration object:

  1. In the side pane, select the object that contains the configuration to be copied.

  2. In the main pane, click the Copy button.

  3. In the side pane, select an object that represents the location of the new object.

  4. In the main pane, click the Paste button.

  5. At the prompt, enter the name for the new object.

    The application creates a new object with the name you specified and copies the configuration to this object.

Renaming an Object

After creating an object, you can rename it if needed.

To rename an object:

  1. In the main pane, click the Rename button.

  2. Type a new name for the object in the dialog box. and click OK.

    The object’s new name appears in the side and main panes.

Moving an Object

After creating an object, you can move it from the side pane if needed (above or below another object).

To move an object:

  1. In the side pane, click the object.

  2. In the Move to list in the main pane, select where you want to move the object, and click OK.

    The object appears in the desired location in the side pane.

Deleting an Object

After creating an object, you can delete it if needed.

To delete an object:

  1. In the side pane, click the object.

  2. In the main pane, click Delete.

    The object no longer appears in the side pane.