In AppBoard a Stack represents a hierarchical set of dashboards, or Boards, and at a minimum every stack has at least one top-level board. Stacks are an important concept in AppBoard as provisioning is done at the stack level and navigation, the selectable tabs in the Viewer and Builder, is based on the visible stacks.
Below is an example screenshot showing two visible stacks, Welcome – currently selected, and 2nd Stack. The breadcrumb trail shows that a child board called Tile Map is currently active. Board hierarchy is used to generate the breadcrumb trail. Clicking within the breadcrumb trail will navigate back to that board. When switching stacks by selecting the tab, then back again to a previously selected stack, the last active board and breadcrumb trail will be shown.
In the Builder the administrator has permissions to view all stacks. Controlling which stacks are visible is via the Stack Workset dialog launched by clicking the >> icon under the Edge logo. In the Viewer the set of stacks visible to a user will depend on their role and what stacks have been provisioned to that role.
By default displaying a stack will show the top-level board. In order to view child-boards it is necessary to configure Widget Actions to Switch to a Board.
Main Stacks & Boards management screen