Windchill Fundamentals > Working with Windchill Objects > Links > Link Information Page
Link Information Page
There are three types of user-created links:
A link to an object within Windchill
A link to a website
A link to a file uploaded into your notebook
The link information page is a collection point for information related to the link, and is accessed by clicking the information icon next to a link in the Notebook table, My Notebook table, Folder Contents table, or the Network table. For more information, see Creating a Link.
From the information page, you can perform actions on a link, as well as view the link attributes and any related information. For an overview of information page functionality, see About Information Pages and Customizing Information Page Tabs.
Information pages contain a list of applicable actions in the Actions menu, which is found in the upper left corner of the page. See Common Actions for a list of options frequently available from the Actions menu.
The availability of these actions depends on the status of the object as well as your access to it. Not all actions display for every user. Permissions, roles, and teams all affect action display. For more information, see Object Status and Understanding Data Accessibility.
The link information page has two available actions:
Edit Link—Opens the Edit Link window, allowing you to modify the link attributes.
Delete—Deletes the link from Windchill.
You can customize the tabs that appear on each information page to display the information most useful to you. When you create a new tab, the Customize menu appears, allowing you to view any additional information tables that might not appear on the default tabs. For more information, see Customizing Information Page Tabs.
Administrators may have modified the tabs that are viewable to you.
The link information page includes the Details tab, which lists attributes associated with each link. See Object Attributes for a list of common attributes available in Windchill.
Link Type
The path to the linked website. Clicking this brings you to the website.
The object to which the link leads. Clicking this takes you to the object information page.
Uploaded File
File Name
The name of the uploaded file. Clicking this opens the file content.
For more information about an information table, click the help icon available in each table.