7 Classic EnterpriseOne Pages

This chapter contains the following topics:

7.1 Classic EnterpriseOne Pages Overview

As of EnterpriseOne Tools release, EnterpriseOne Pages are referred to as Classic Pages. Classic EnterpriseOne Pages are the first screen end users see when they log into EnterpriseOne. They are HTML files, and can contain any HTML-enabled functionality, such as interactive process flows, URL links and web pages, company logos, and so forth. You must be proficient in coding HTML to configure or create EnterpriseOne Classic Pages.

A type of Classic EnterpriseOne Pages called Active Content Pages include enhanced content provided by the Oracle JET (JavaScript Extension Toolkit) library. Active Content Pages are prebuilt pages designed for particular user types called "personas." Before you can use Active Content Pages, an administrator must use Server Manager to configure the EnterpriseOne HTML Server to access the EnterpriseOne Application Interface Services (AIS) Server. An administrator can refer to the internal help in Server Manager for a description on how to configure the EnterpriseOne HTML Server setting for this configuration.

For information about the various Active Content Pages available in EnterpriseOne, search on "Active Content" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Applications Documentation Library located at:


You create EnterpriseOne Pages outside of EnterpriseOne using any HTML editor, then upload them to EnterpriseOne.

You upload EnterpriseOne Pages using the design panel located on the right side of EnterpriseOne. You can link to a URL, or upload an HTML zip file that contains the necessary files for the EnterpriseOne Page.

7.2 Creating a Classic EnterpriseOne Page

To create an Classic EnterpriseOne Page:

  1. Open EnterpriseOne.

  2. Click the user personal information located on the right side of the banner bar at the top of the screen.

  3. Under the Personalization category, click the Manage Content - Classic Pages link. (Release

  4. In the E1 Page Manager tab, enter information into the following fields:

    • Name

      You will enter this information when you save the EnterpriseOne Page. This name displays as the name of the EnterpriseOne Page tab.

    • Product Code

      Type the product code number you want to associate with the EnterpriseOne Page, or click the Find button to search for one. Oracle recommends you use product code 55 for customized EnterpriseOne Pages.

    • Description

      Type the text that will display when you hover over the tab name.

  5. Choose the Page Type by selecting either Page URL, or Upload HTML Content.

    If you selected URL Link, the Enter Page URL: field displays. Enter the URL you want added to your EnterpriseOne Page, and then click Verify Link.


    Remember to add http:// or https:// to the beginning of the URL. If you EnterpriseOne URL is configured with HTTPS/SSL, then use URLs with HTTPS/SSL to prevent security warnings in your browser.


    After clicking Verify Link, you may receive the following message:

    Verification Failed: The web page cannot be embedded within a frame.

    Because of the many different ways a website can be built, the validation process cannot guarantee that the URL you select will always be able to be embedded in the EnterpriseOne Page especially if the website changes dynamically. The result is an empty content frame even though you received the message indicating the URL successfully validated.

    If you have selected Upload HTML Content, a Browse, Upload, View Content, and Download buttons display.

  6. Click the Browse button to locate the HTML zip file you want to upload.

  7. Click the Upload button to add the content to the EnterpriseOne Page.

  8. Click the View Content button see how the content displays in the EnterpriseOne Page.

  9. Click the Download button to creates a zip file with all of the HTML contents of the current page. This features helps restore source information that may be have been lost.

  10. Click Save.

  11. Click OK

    After you click Save, the Available Languages, and the Language fields display.

  12. If you select Domestic Language from the drop-down menu, EnterpriseOne removes the Language field.

  13. If you select Add Translation from the drop-down menu, the Language field remains. In this field, enter the translation code in which you want the EnterpriseOne Name tab to display.


You must first request to share the EnterpriseOne Page and receive View permissions from your system administrator before your page is available in runtime.

7.3 Enabling Classic EnterpriseOne Page Translation


As of EnterpriseOne Tools release, EnterpriseOne Pages are referred to as Classic Pages.

After you create and save an EnterpriseOne Page, the Available Languages, and the Language fields appear.

To enable EnterpriseOne Pages for Translation

  1. Select (Add Translation) from the Available Languages drop-down menu.

  2. In the Language field, enter the abbreviation for the language you want the EnterpriseOne Page to be translated into, for example, S for Spanish.

    You can also use the Find button to locate the language abbreviation.

  3. In the Name field, replace the existing name with a translated name for the new language. This name is the name of the EnterpriseOne Page tab.

  4. In the Description field, enter a translated description of the EnterpriseOne Page using the new language for the hover text that appears over the tab name.

    If the EnterpriseOne Page contains uploaded information, click the Upload button and select the translated zip file that corresponds to the current EnterpriseOne Page.

  5. Click Save.