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Dependency Tag Info Gadget

The Dependency Tag Info Gadget looks up information about any dependency tag in your site.

Location: Sidebar

Available to: All user levels

This gadget looks up information on files and assets. Search for information by entering the dependency tag, the file path on staging, the live website URL of a file, or the name of the asset.

If there is only one match, information about that result is displayed. If there are multiple matches, the gadget lists them all; click on a result to view more information about it.

Search for assets, pages, files, and folders by using a dependency tag. The {{curly braces}} are not necessary. If you search for a tag just by number (e.g. 1812 rather than f:1812) then all four types of dependency tag are searched.

The results show the type of content the tag is attached to, the name of the content, its location in OU Campus (staging path), the site it belongs to, and any pages that link to that content.

Search for files, pages, and folders by using the location of the file (e.g. /arts/theater/schedule.pcf). Typing in a partial filename returns all results that match the partial name. If you view a folder while searching, the gadget only returns results that exist inside that folder.

The results show the type of file, its name, its location in OU Campus, the site it belongs to, and any pages that link to it. Some files may create more than one product when published, and therefore have dependency tags associated for each product. In this case, subscribing pages aren't listed, but each associated dependency tag is.

Search for files, pages, and folders by using the live website URL of the content. The results show the type of file, its name, its location in OU Campus, the site it belongs to, and any pages that link to it.

Search for assets by using all or part of the asset name. The results show the type of file (in this case, asset), the full name of the asset, the asset dependency tag, the site where the asset was created, and any pages that the asset is placed on.

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