> Replacing the MIDAS status page with a custom status page documented at
> does not appear to be supported in the current MIDAS version.
> As two of my experiments use this feature may I suggest its reinstatement?
It still works, but is actually simpler. The status page is now a "dynamic" page, meaning mhttpd just servers an html file to
You can easily change that file or replace it with a completely different (custom) file without having to change the ODB.
There is only one potential problem. All midas html pages now have a certain structure, as written in
So if you have an existing custom status page, you might have to change it slightly to include the standard elements
"mheader" and "msidenav". But this allows you to have the standard menu on your custom page and alerts displayed at the
top row of your custom page (which was not possible before).
Once this works for you, it would be nice to adjust the documentation to reflect this new way.