An administrator can modify the console by changing tags in the JSPs and CSS's. All of these files can be found in the AccessManager-base/SUNWam/web-src/services/console directory. The files in this directory provide the default Sun Java System interface. Out of the box, it contains the following subdirectories:
base contains JSP that are not service-specific.
css contains the adminstyle.css which defines styles for the console.
federation contains JSP related to the Federation Management module.
html contains miscellaneous HTML files.
images contains images referenced by the JSP.
policy contains JSP related to the Policy Service.
service contains JSP related to the Service Management module.
session contains JSP related to the Current Sessions (session management) module.
user contains JSP related to the Identity Management module.
Console-related JSP contain HTML and custom library tags. The tags are defined in tag library descriptor files (.tld) found in the AccessManager-base/SUNWam/web-src/WEB-INF directory. Each custom tag corresponds to a view component in its view bean. While the tags in the JSP can be removed, new tags can not be added. For more information, see the Sun Java System Application Framework at http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/coll/S1_appframe20_en.