3 Replies Latest reply: Feb 3, 2013 10:40 PM by 921550 RSS

    How to remove unused URLs from SmartView?

    Mehmet Sevinc
      Hi all,

      Sorry, if this has been covered here before but I couldn't find it. Is there a way to remove old or unused URLs from SmartView Shared Connections URL box? Currently, I have about 7 urls and I only need 3 of them.

      Thanks,
      Mehmet
        • 2. Re: How to remove unused URLs from SmartView?
          Priyaperavali-Oracle
          Please check the below document:

          How to Delete the History of the Previously Used Shared Connection URLs from Smart View? (Doc ID 1470853.1)

          Contents of the document:

          Goal

          Within the Smart View options dialogue, under "Advanced" within the "General" section, it's possible to set the "Shared Connections URL". Smart View automatically remembers the previously entered values, which can be selected from the drop down list. If you require to delete the Shared Connection URL history, you can do so by following the instructions provided below.

          Fix

          On the client machine on which Smart View is installed;

          1. Close all MS Office applications to ensure that Smart View is not running
          2. Open the Windows Explorer and navigate to %APPDATA%\Oracle\Smartview
          3. Open the "properties.xml" with a text editor
          4. Remove the values between the two tags below and save the file

          <overrideWorkspaceUrl></overrideWorkspaceUrl>
          <previousURLList></previousURLList>

          5. Open the desired MS Office application (e.g. Excel) and access the Smart View options dialogue to set the new Shared Connections URL
          • 3. Re: How to remove unused URLs from SmartView?
            921550
            Hi,

            I, myself had tried the steps mentioned in the Oracle document but found that it is not working as mentioned. I am on version 11.1.2.1

            Priya / Mehmet,

            Can you please help me with it if you have figured any other way for doing the same.

            Regards
            -SM

            Edited by: 918547 on Feb 4, 2013 10:10 AM

            Ok, I figured out !!! I was looking at a wrong file.