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Manage Custom Configurations

You can activate or deactivate any configuration you create from the Custom Configurations page. Deactivating a custom configuration halts its collection in TripTix 4 but preserves the settings for possible future re-activation. When you delete a custom configuration, the system removes the item and it no longer displays in the editor.

Tip: At the state level, deleting a custom configuration results in backward compatibility issues with data sets agencies report, since removing an item halts all XML validation of that question. Thus, it is recommended for states to inform their agencies to no longer send that item in XML files.

To activate, deactivate or delete a custom configuration

Note: Do not delete configurations being used by other departments. You can deactivate them instead.

Note: Images reflect the pages as seen by Department Administrators. What you see may be slightly different if you are a DOH Administrator.

  1. From any page, go to Administration: Pick Lists.

  2. Search for and select Custom Configurations. The Custom Configurations page opens. The image below reflects the page as seen by Department Administrators. What you see may be slightly different if you are a DOH Administrator.

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  3. To activate an inactive configurations, to the right of the Status column, click Activate.

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    • In the window that opens, click Yes.

  4. To deactivate an active configuration, to the right of the Status column, click Deactivate.

    • In the window that opens, click Yes. The configuration is Inactive and users can no longer select it.

  5. To delete an inactive configuration, to the right of the Activate link, click Delete.

    • In the window that opens, click Yes. The configuration is permanently deleted from the system.

Note: At the department level, you can only delete an inactive, department-specific entry.

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