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Oracle® Fusion Middleware User's Guide for Oracle Portal
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)

Part Number E10235-03
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15.5 Deleting Portlets

You can delete a portlet from your personal view of a page (Personalize) or from everyone's view of the page (Edit). This section covers deleting from everyone's version of the page. It contains the following subsections:

For information on personalizing, see Section 2.3.5, "Removing a Portlet from a Page".

15.5.1 Deleting One Portlet

To delete a portlet from a page for all users of the page:

  1. Log in to Oracle Portal.

  2. Go to the page that hosts the portlet to be deleted.

    For information on locating a page, see Section 8.1, "Locating Pages in Oracle Portal".

    If you do not see the page you want to work with, you may not have the appropriate page access privileges. Ask your page group administrator to grant access.

  3. Click the Edit link at the top of the page to switch to Edit mode.

  4. Click the Actions icon beside the portlet to be deleted (Figure 15-8).

    Figure 15-8 The Actions Icon

    Actions icon
  5. Click the Delete link.

  6. On the confirmation page, click Yes to delete the portlet and return to the page.

15.5.2 Deleting Multiple Portlets Simultaneously

To delete multiple portlets simultaneously:

  1. Log in to Oracle Portal.

  2. Go to the page that includes the portlets to be hidden.

    For information on locating a page, see Section 8.1, "Locating Pages in Oracle Portal".

  3. Click Edit to switch to Edit mode.

  4. In the toolbar at the top of the page, click Editing Views: Layout.

    This places you in Layout view of page edit mode.

  5. Select each portlet to delete by clicking the check box next to it.

  6. Click the Actions: Delete button.

  7. On the confirmation screen, click Yes.