6 Composed EnterpriseOne Pages (Release 9.2.0.2)

This chapter contains the following topics:

6.1 Composed EnterpriseOne Pages Overview

Composed EnterpriseOne Pages are EnterpriseOne pages with user defined layouts that you can create and design. They provide a user experience that enables you to access multiple content types from a single page. Composed EnterpriseOne Pages enable you to access web pages, EnterpriseOne application forms, One View Reports, Classic Pages, Designer Panes, Watchlist Panes, Springboard Panes, OBIEE objects, and ADF applications from page layouts you create in EnterpriseOne.

Composed EnterpriseOne Pages and Classic EnterpriseOne Pages differ in that you do not need to have HTML coding knowledge to create Composed EnterpriseOne Pages.

A Composed EnterpriseOne Page consists of one or more content types. Composed EnterpriseOne Pages display content vertically and horizontally in the page, and are viewed in a single browser window. You can view a frame of content in maximized mode. You can also resize content frames at runtime.

Both Composed EnterpriseOne Pages and Classic EnterpriseOne Pages display as tabs across the top of the screen when you login to EnterpriseOne. Applications embedded in Composed EnterpriseOne Pages do not contain a Close button. Instead, you can navigate away from the application by clicking other content within the page. When you navigate away from an application in a Composed EnterpriseOne Page, EnterpriseOne saves any information you have already entered, so when you return, your information remains as you left it. However, such information will not be saved across different user sessions.

6.1.1 Accessing Composed EnterpriseOne Pages

Your EnterpriseOne administrator authorizes users and content for collaboration on the Composed EnterpriseOne Page. Your EnterpriseOne administrator also grants permission to view, create, and publish content. Your administrator assigns you one of the following access levels:

  • View Composed EnterpriseOne Page

    Enables you view the shared Composed EnterpriseOne Pages.

  • Create Content and Composed EnterpriseOne Page

    Enables you to place new content on a personal Composed EnterpriseOne Page for your use only.

  • Create and Publish Content and Composed EnterpriseOne Page

    Enables you to place new content on a Composed EnterpriseOne Page and request that the page be published so that other authorized users have access to the shared Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

  • Modify Composed EnterpriseOne Page

    Enables you to reserve and modify a shared Composed EnterpriseOne Page created by other authorized users.

A user who is authorized to create and publish content organizes content frames on a Composed EnterpriseOne Page and publishes the Composed EnterpriseOne Page so that authorized users can view and use the content on the Composed EnterpriseOne Page. Your EnterpriseOne administrator controls the content that is available for you.

Note:

A white dot beside the name of a Composed EnterpriseOne Page indicates that the Composed EnterpriseOne Page is a personal page you created.

6.1.2 Content Types for Composed EnterpriseOne Pages

You can create Composed EnterpriseOne Pages with the following content types. You can create them for your own use, view ones other users have created, or share yours so others can view and use them. Your ability to perform any of these tasks depends on the permissions you and others have been granted by your administrator.

Designer Pane

You can add a Designer Pane to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page. A Designer Pane provides quick and easy access to frequently used components such as EnterpriseOne applications, batch versions, tasks, Watchlist, and ADF applications. In Page Composer, the Designer Pane is a grid to which you can add various components. The Designer Pane is like a canvas on which you can create a process flow.

See Adding a Designer Pane to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page and Working with Designer Pane in this guide.

One View Report

You can add a One View Report to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page. A One View Report provides an intuitive, easy-to-use interface for you to access and run existing reports that contain tables, graphs, and charts.

Note:

You can add only one One View Report content type to a given Composed EnterpriseOne Page. Once you choose to add One View Report content type, that option is not available again in the Content Type pop-up menu.

See Adding a One View Report (OVR) to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page in this guide.

EnterpriseOne Application

You can embed multiple EnterpriseOne forms on a Composed EnterpriseOne Page. An EnterpriseOne application form is a page in which you can enter and retrieve data. Applications might have several forms. You can embed any EnterpriseOne application form including external forms in a Composed EnterpriseOne Page. However, you cannot embed an external form with an external application type of Composed EnterpriseOne Page. Message forms such as warning messages and subforms cannot be embedded in a Composed EnterpriseOne Page. Standard security applies to all EnterpriseOne forms on the Composed EnterpriseOne Page. If you are secured out of a specific EnterpriseOne form, you cannot access it on the Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

Note:

External forms can also be embedded as EnterpriseOne Applications except for the following:
  • Only one ADF content type can be embedded on a Composed EnterpriseOne Page. This includes both ADF application content types and EnterpriseOne Application content types that consist of an external form with an external application type of ADF.

  • External forms with an external application type of Composed EnterpriseOne Page cannot be embedded on a Composed EnterpriseOne Page. They will not appear in the list of available forms.

(Release 9.2.1)

See Adding an EnterpriseOne Application Form to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page in this guide.

Classic Page

You can add a Classic Page to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page. Classic Pages are EnterpriseOne pages that are HTML files, and can contain any HTML-enabled functionality, such as interactive process flows, URL links and web pages, company logos, etc. You must be proficient in coding HTML to configure or create Classic Pages.

Classic Pages used to be referred to as EnterpriseOne Pages.

See Adding a Classic Page to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page in this guide.

URL

You can add a web page to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page. This content type enables you to embed the content of a web page in a Composed EnterpriseOne Page. Web page content is the information that you see when you access an Internet site using a URL address. In the Page Composer, you use the web page content the same way as when you access the web page typing a URL in a web browser address bar.

See Adding a URL to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page in this guide.

ADF Application

You can add an EnterpriseOne ADF (Application Development Framework) application to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page. ADF applications are a type of application intended to enhance the user experience using Oracle ADF technology.

Note:

You can add only one ADF application content type to a given Composed EnterpriseOne Page. Once you choose to add an ADF application content type, that option is not available again in the Content Type pop-up menu.

See Adding an ADF Application to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page in this guide.

OBIEE

You can add an OBIEE (Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition) object to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page. OBIEE is a comprehensive suite of enterprise BI products that delivers a full range of analysis and reporting capabilities along with a unified, highly scalable and modern architecture.

Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) content frames provide users quick access to Oracle Business Intelligence information.

Important:

To create and view the OBIEE content type, you and any user who needs this information must have access to the environment.

Note:

OBIEE content frames are available on the Composed EnterpriseOne Page only when OBIEE and the Oracle BI Applications Adapter for EnterpriseOne are installed and setup for your environment.

See Adding OBIEE to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page in this guide.

Watchlist Pane (Release 9.2.0.3)

You can add a Watchlist Pane to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page. A Watchlist represents a collection of items that match the criteria that were set up for that Watchlist. Watchlists enable you to easily identify and take action when data has exceeded acceptable thresholds. Personal Watchlists, as well as the shared Watchlists that are available to you, can be added to the Watchlist Pane of the Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

Note:

You can add only one Watchlist Pane to a given Composed EnterpriseOne Page. Once you choose to add a Watchlist Pane, that option is not available again in the Content Type pop-up menu.

See Adding a Watchlist Pane to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page in this guide.

Springboard Pane (Release 9.2.1)

You can add a Springboard Pane to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page. A Springboard Pane consists of a collection of tasks available to a role. The tasks launched from the Springboard Pane can be EnterpriseOne applications, batch programs, ADF applications, and One View Reports. When you launch a task item from the Springboard Pane, the system opens the associated application in a separate frame and launches a springboard at the top of the form. The Springboard Pane uses menu indexing to determine the correct set of task items to be displayed for a role.

Note:

To view a task in the Springboard, you must have the required permission that includes menu filtering, task view security, application security, and OVR UDO view security.

See Adding a Springboard Pane to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page (Release 9.2.1) and Working with Task Index Builds (Release 9.2.1).

6.1.3 Content Frames

Your EnterpriseOne administrator grants permission for you to create, publish, and modify Composed EnterpriseOne Pages. In addition to these permissions, your administrator must also enable content security to authorize you and other enabled users to work with and view content types.

See "Managing Security for User Defined Objects" and "Managing Content Security for Composite Page" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Security Administration Guide

Assuming content security is enabled and the appropriate permissions have been granted, the system supports creating these types of content:

  • Designer Pane

  • One View Report

  • EnterpriseOne application

  • Classic Page

  • Web page

  • ADF application

  • OBIEE object

  • Watchlist Pane (Release 9.2.0.3)

  • Springboard Pane (Release 9.2.1)

A Composed EnterpriseOne Page can contain any one or more of the content types. The content appears in content frames. The content frame title bar typically shows a title for the content and popup icons.

Resizing Content Frames

You can resize a content frame to show more or less content. When you resize a content frame, the layout automatically resizes adjoining content to fit on the Composed EnterpriseOne Page. To resize a content frame, place your cursor either horizontally or vertically between two content frames. A thin blue line appears, and you change the size of the content frame by moving the blue line.

You can view each content in maximized mode. Each content frame title bar includes a popup icon. When you click the popup icon, the content appears in maximized mode. Click the same icon again to return to the Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

Minimizing and Maximizing Content Frames (Release 9.2.1)

You can minimize a content frame to provide more space on the Composed EnterpriseOne Page for remaining frames. To minimize a frame, click the Minimize Content icon displayed on the title bar of the content frame. When you minimize a content frame, it appears as a tab on the right-hand side of the Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

To maximize a minimized frame, click the tab. The frame appears on the Composed EnterpriseOne Page in the same position it was before you minimized it.

6.2 Using Page Composer

You must be in Page Composer to create a new Composed EnterpriseOne Page, or to make changes to existing Composed EnterpriseOne Pages. In Page Composer, you can add, delete, resize, and reposition content. When you click the Name drop-down list in Page Composer, you see Composed EnterpriseOne Pages that are available to you and are in one of these categories as shown in the following example:

  • Personal: Composed EnterpriseOne Pages that are viewable by you only.

  • Pending Approval: Composed EnterpriseOne Pages that you created or modified and requested to be published so that they can be shared with other authorized users. Only you can see your Composed EnterpriseOne Page that is pending approval.

  • Rework: Composed EnterpriseOne Pages that are rejected for publishing and have been returned to you for fixing. Only you can see the Composed EnterpriseOne Page that is in the Rework category.

  • Reserved: Composed EnterpriseOne Pages that you have reserved so that you can change them before they are published.

    You can reserve an existing shared Composed EnterpriseOne Page. When you reserve a shared Composed EnterpriseOne Page, there are two copies of it: the original shared Composed EnterpriseOne Page that only you can view and modify (the reserved copy) and the original shared Composed EnterpriseOne Page that is still available to other authorized users. When you reserve a shared Composed EnterpriseOne Page, no other authorized user can reserve the same.

  • Shared: Composed EnterpriseOne Pages that have been published and are available to all authorized users.

In the Page Composer, you can place content on a new Composed EnterpriseOne Page or on an existing personal Composed EnterpriseOne Page. If you select an existing Composed EnterpriseOne Page from the Name drop-down list, the workspace shows all the content that has been saved on that Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

You can add new content and you can reuse existing content. Reusable existing content can be retrieved by clicking the Open Existing Content icon and dragging and dropping the desired content on to the Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

When you add and save content, the content appears in a content frame that you position vertically or horizontally on the Composed EnterpriseOne Page. All content must be saved to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page. If you have publishing permission, you can request that the Composed EnterpriseOne Page be published so that it is available for other users. These are shared Composed EnterpriseOne Pages. If you do not have publishing permission, you can create a Composed EnterpriseOne Page, but the Composed EnterpriseOne Page is available to you only. These are personal Composed EnterpriseOne Pages.

Note:

If you select a shared Composed EnterpriseOne Page to modify, you must reserve the Composed EnterpriseOne Page before you can make changes to it. You cannot delete a shared Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

You can reposition content on the Composed EnterpriseOne Page in the Page Composer by placing your cursor between two content frames (either horizontally or vertically) until a thin blue line appears. Move the content to be repositioned right or left or up or down.

Note:

You must be in the Page Composer to modify Composed EnterpriseOne Pages.

6.2.1 Accessing Page Composer

You must be in Page Composer to edit a Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

To open a Composed EnterpriseOne Page for editing:

  1. On the EnterpriseOne screen, click the user personal information located on the right side of the banner bar at the top.

  2. Under the Personalization category, click the Manage Content link, then click Composed Pages. The last opened Composed EnterpriseOne Page or Welcome to EnterpriseOne Page Composer launch screen will be the default landing page. You can select other Composed EnterpriseOne Pages from the Name drop-down list.

Note:

If you were on a Composed EnterpriseOne Page, the Page Composer will default to the last opened page and display its information. If you were on a Classic EnterpriseOne Page, then it will default to the launch screen.

When a Composed EnterpriseOne Page is opened in Page Composer, you see all the content that was added previously for the given Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

6.2.2 Using Page Composer Icons

This table shows the icons that display in Page Composer. You might see a variation of these icons and buttons, depending on the content type you are working.

Icon Name Description
Surrounding text describes new.png. Create New Content Enables you to add new content. When you click Create New Content, a popup window displays the available types of content that you can add.
Surrounding text describes open.png. Open Existing Content Enables you to open and edit existing content. When you click Open Existing Content, a popup window displays content that already has been created but is not included on the selected layout.
Surrounding text describes inspect.png. Inspect Enables you to review and edit the content details for existing content. When you click Inspect icon on the title bar of the content frame, a popup window displays the Link information associated with the selected content. If you want to edit content, you must have permission to modify the content.
Surrounding text describes delete-cp.png. Delete Content Enables you to delete the selected content. When you click the Delete Content icon on the title bar of the content frame, the selected content is deleted from the Composed EnterpriseOne Page.
Surrounding text describes refresh.png. Refresh Enables you to cancel unsaved changes in an EnterpriseOne application form. When you click Refresh before saving a change, all the unsaved changes that you made on the form are cancelled. The content frame that contains the embedded form refreshes and shows the original information.

When you click Refresh for a Watchlist, the system will re-fetch the data and updates the tile with the correct Watchlist counter.


Note:

When you select a shared Composed EnterpriseOne Page in the Page Composer, the Create New Content and Open Existing Content icons do not appear on the toolbar.

The icons in the Page Composer panel (on the right side of the toolbar) are available for all User Defined Objects (UDOs) and are discussed in the UDO Life Cycle and Statuses of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Foundation Guide.

If any of the icons are gray, the action is not available for the selected page or is not available until you select another action.

For detail usage of these icons in the Page Composer, see the following links.

6.2.3 Creating a New Composed EnterpriseOne Page

To create a Composed EnterpriseOne Page:

  1. Open EnterpriseOne.

  2. In the upper-right corner of the screen, click your login name.

  3. Under the Personalization category, click Manage Content, and then click Composed Pages.

  4. If you were on a Composed EnterpriseOne Page, the Page Composer will default to the last opened page and display its information. The name of the page is displayed in the Name field located at the top of the screen.

    If you were on a Classic Page, you will see the Welcome to EnterpriseOne Page Composer! launch screen.

  5. On the launch screen, select (Create) from the Name field. Enter information into the following fields:

    • Product Code

      Type the product code you want to associate with the Composed EnterpriseOne Page. Oracle recommends you use product code 55 for customized Composed EnterpriseOne Pages. The product code is set to 55 by default.

    • Description

      Enter a description for the Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

      If you do not enter information in this field, the Description defaults from the name you specify when you save your Composed EnterpriseOne Page. You can update the description using this field after the Composed EnterpriseOne Page is saved.

  6. Click the Create New Content icon on the banner bar across the top of the screen. The Select a content type for the workspace dialog is displayed. From this dialog, you can choose from various content types to add to your Composed EnterpriseOne Page as shown in the following example:

    Notes:

    • Watchlist Pane is only available with Release 9.2.0.3 and later.
    • Springboard Pane is only available with Release 9.2.1 and later.

  7. Drag and drop the content type that you want to add to the Composed EnterpriseOne Page. The section Content Types for Composed EnterpriseOne Pages describes each content type you select, and for detailed steps for a particular content type, see the following links:

    Adding a One View Report (OVR) to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page

    Adding an EnterpriseOne Application Form to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page

    Adding a Classic Page to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page

    Adding a URL to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page

    Adding an ADF Application to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page

    Adding OBIEE to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page

    Adding a Watchlist Pane to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page

    Adding a Designer Pane to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page

    Adding a Springboard Pane to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page (Release 9.2.1)

  8. Click Save.

  9. On the Enter New Name dialog, type the name that will display as the name of the Composed EnterpriseOne Page tab.

  10. Click OK.

After you create and save the Composed EnterpriseOne Page, this becomes a personal Composed EnterpriseOne Page. If you request the Composed EnterpriseOne Page be published, the Composed EnterpriseOne Page appears on the Name drop-down list under the Pending Approval category. After the Composed EnterpriseOne Page is approved for publishing, the Composed EnterpriseOne Page appears on the Name drop-down list under the Shared category.

See Saving Composed EnterpriseOne Pages in this guide.

Note:

Your system administrator has to setup view security for you to view a shared Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

6.2.4 Reusing Existing Content

Content that is on a shared Composed EnterpriseOne Page is available for use on other Composed EnterpriseOne Pages. Content can be used on a single Composed EnterpriseOne Page only once but can be used on multiple Composed EnterpriseOne Pages. After you embed existing content on the working Composed EnterpriseOne Page, it no longer appears in the Open Existing Content list for the given Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

You can access reusable content by clicking the Open Existing Content icon. From the content palette, you can click on the desired content and drag and drop the content onto the Composed EnterpriseOne Page. The palette shows each Composed EnterpriseOne Page by its name and whether the Composed EnterpriseOne Page is personal, reserved or shared. Personal Composed EnterpriseOne Pages are viewable only to the user who created them. The content for each Composed EnterpriseOne Page appears under its name. Within a Composed EnterpriseOne Page, the content is grouped by content type. Within each content type, the content is listed alphabetically by the name that was entered in the Name field when content was created. The description that is entered when the content was created appears on the palette under the content name (this description is the name of the content frame). The date and time that the content was created is also listed. You can use any content that is listed on the palette, even if you did not create that content.

Note:

You cannot reuse Designer Pane content.

6.2.5 Saving Composed EnterpriseOne Pages

After you create the content, click Save on the title bar of the content frame. This action places the content on the Composed EnterpriseOne Page. If you decide you do not want to keep the content, click the Delete Content icon on the right side of the content frame.

If you have created or reused content on a new Composed EnterpriseOne Page (by selecting Create in the Name field), click the Save icon and provide a name for the Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

If you have modified an existing personal Composed EnterpriseOne Page (by adding, modifying, or deleting content that is on that page, or repositioning content on the page), you can click either the Save or Save As icon. Clicking Save updates the original personal Composed EnterpriseOne Page with the changes. Clicking Save As requires you to enter a new Composed EnterpriseOne Page name, so that you have the original personal Composed EnterpriseOne Page and a new personal Composed EnterpriseOne Page with the updates you made.

If you close the Page Composer without saving the Composed EnterpriseOne Page, the system sends a warning message. If you click OK on the warning message, any changes you made to the content or Composed EnterpriseOne Page are cancelled.

Note:

You cannot save a Composed EnterpriseOne Page, if the Composed EnterpriseOne Page does not have any content added to it.

After you save the Composed EnterpriseOne Page, it appears on the Name drop-down list as a personal Composed EnterpriseOne Page. If you have permission to publish content, you can request that the Composed EnterpriseOne Page be published, which places the Composed EnterpriseOne Page in a pending approval state for approval by your administrator.

6.2.6 Modifying, Publishing, and Deleting Composed EnterpriseOne Pages

For more information on these common UDO tasks, see the following topics:

6.2.7 Translating Content

See Section 10.3.7, "Translations" for information about translating content. For Classic EnterpriseOne pages, see Section 7.3, "Enabling Classic EnterpriseOne Page Translation".

6.2.8 Adding a One View Report (OVR) to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page

You must be in the Page Composer to add One View Report content type.

To add a One View Report to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page:

  1. Open the Composed EnterpriseOne Page to which you want to add One View Report.

  2. Click the Create New Content icon on the banner across the top of the screen.

    The Drag and drop to workspace to create dialog box is displayed and shows the kinds of content you can add.

  3. Click the One View Report icon and drag and drop the empty frame that appears to the page.

    You can position the empty frame horizontally or vertically on the page.

After you drop the empty frame on the page, the Create Link to One View Report dialog appears. The title bar includes a Close icon. Clicking the Close icon before saving the content cancels the content.

6.2.8.1 Entering One View Report Information

The section describes the tasks associated with creating One View Report content.

  1. On Create Link to One View Report, complete the following fields and tasks:

    • Application

      Enter the ID of the EnterpriseOne application for which you want to produce One View Reports and press Tab. This is a required field.

      The application ID is the program number, for example, P01012 for Address book, P4210 for Sales Order, and so on.

      After pressing Tab, the system populates the remaining fields in this section. You can change the system-entered information.

    • Form

      Select the EnterpriseOne form for which you want to produce One View Reports. This is a required field.

      The forms that are available depend on the EnterpriseOne application that you select. The available forms are listed alphabetically. The system automatically enters the first listed form in the Form field. These are the only forms you can use for the application that you entered.

    • Version

      Select the application version. This is an optional field.

      The system searches system table F983051 for available versions for the form that you entered in the previous field. The available versions are listed alphabetically. The system automatically enters the first listed version in the Version field. You must use a version from the Version drop-down list.

    • Report

      Select a report. This is a required field.

      This drop-down list shows the shared reports and the personal reports for the form that you entered.

      The system automatically enters the first listed report in the Report field. You can distinguish whether a report is personal or shared using the hash symbol (#). If a report option has a hash symbol (#) as prefix, it indicates a personal report.

    • Query

      Select a query to locate the data that you want to appear in the report. This is an optional field.

      The Query drop-down list shows the shared and personal queries based on the form/version selected that you entered.

      Queries enable you to select fields and add conditions to narrow your search results. In this way, the data is more specific.

    • Name

      Enter a name for the content. This is a required field.

      The system automatically enters and updates this field with the application ID, form ID, version ID, report ID, and query ID that are entered in the previous fields. You can change this entry to a more meaningful name. The name that you assign the content frame appears in the Open Existing Content palette. The name that you enter can be up to 80 characters.

    • Description

      Enter a description for the content frame. This is an optional field.

      The system automatically enters and updates this field with the values that are in the Form and Version fields. You can change this entry to a more meaningful name, or you can leave this field blank. The description that you enter appears on the title bar of the content frame when the content is saved. If you do not enter a description, the content frame will not have a name when it is displayed on the Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

      You can use the description to provide information about the content frame. The description that you enter can be up to 200 characters.

  2. After you enter the required One View Report information, click OK to add the content to the Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

Important:

You can add only one One View Report content type to a given Composed EnterpriseOne Page. Once you choose to add OVR content type, that option is not available again in the Content Type pop-up menu.

Note:

If you do not have UDO view security to the One View Report, it will not be available for selection in the Report drop down list and you cannot add it to the Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

6.2.9 Adding an EnterpriseOne Application Form to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page

You must be in the Page Composer to add EnterpriseOne application form content type.

To add an EnterpriseOne application form to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page:

  1. Open the Composed EnterpriseOne Page to which you want to add an EnterpriseOne application form.

  2. Click the Create New Content icon on the banner across the top of the screen.

    The Drag and drop to workspace to create dialog box is displayed and shows the kinds of content you can add.

  3. Click the EnterpriseOne Application icon and drag and drop the empty frame that appears to the page.

    You can position the empty frame horizontally or vertically on the page.

After you drop the empty frame on the page, the Create Link to EnterpriseOne Application dialog appears. The title bar includes a Close icon. Clicking the Close icon before saving the content cancels the content.

6.2.9.1 Entering EnterpriseOne Application Information

The section describes the tasks associated with creating EnterpriseOne application content type.

  1. On Create Link to EnterpriseOne Application, complete the following fields and tasks:

    • Application

      Enter the EnterpriseOne Application ID of the form that you want added to the Composed EnterpriseOne Page and press Tab. This is a required field.

      The application ID is the program number, for example, P01012 for Address book, P4210 for Sales Order, and so on.

      After pressing Tab, the system populates the remaining fields in this section. You can change the system-entered information.

    • Form

      Select the EnterpriseOne form that you want to add. This is a required field.

      The forms that are available for adding on a Composed EnterpriseOne Page depend on the EnterpriseOne application that you entered and are based on the EnterpriseOne data structure for form interconnects. The available forms are listed alphabetically. The system automatically enters the first listed form in the Form field. These are the only forms you can add for the application that you entered.

    • Version

      Select the application version. This is an optional field.

      The system searches system table F983051 for available versions for the application ID that you entered. The available versions are listed alphabetically. The system automatically enters the first listed version in the Version field. You must use a version from the Version drop-down list.

    • Name

      Enter a name for the content. This is a required field.

      The system automatically enters and updates this field with the application ID, form ID, and version ID that are entered in the previous fields. You can change this entry to a more meaningful name. The name that you assign the content frame appears on the Open Existing Content palette. The name that you enter can be up to 80 characters

    • Description

      Enter a description for the content frame. This is an optional field.

      The system automatically enters and updates this field with the values that are in the Form and Version fields. You can change this entry to a more meaningful name, or you can leave this field blank. The description that you enter appears on the title bar of the content frame when the content is saved. If you do not enter a description, the content frame will not have a name when it is displayed on the Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

      You can use the description to provide information about the content frame. The description that you enter can be up to 200 characters.

    • Automatically Find on Entry

      If you are adding a Find/Browse form, the Automatically Find On Entry option appears on the form. The option is automatically selected. This option populates the Find/Browse form without the user clicking Find. If you clear this option, you must click Find to populate the form.

    • Maximize Main Grid

      Select or clear this option. If the added form has a Maximize Grid icon on the grid header bar, the Maximize Main Grid option appears in the Create Link to EnterpriseOne Application dialog. Subforms cannot be added on a Composed EnterpriseOne Page. When both the Automatically Find on Entry and the Maximize Main Grid options are selected, the added form's grid with records appears in the content frame when you save the content. The added form header information does not appear. After you save the content, you can click the Restore Grid icon in the grid header bar to see the entire embedded form. If you select the Maximize Main Grid option but don't select the Automatically find on entry option, when you save the content, only the grid header bar with no records shows in the content frame.

    • Show Title Bar (Release 9.2.1)

      Select or clear this option. If the added form is an external form with an external application type of Javascript (JET), the Show Title Bar option appears in the Create Link to EnterpriseOne Application dialog. Use this option to show or hide the title bar of the JET application.

  2. After you enter the required EnterpriseOne Application information, click OK to add the content to the Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

6.2.10 Adding a Classic Page to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page

You must be in the Page Composer to add Classic Page content.

To add a Classic Page to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page:

  1. Open the Composed EnterpriseOne Page to which you want to add a Classic Page.

  2. Click the Create New Content icon on the banner across the top of the screen.

    The Drag and drop to workspace to create dialog box is displayed and shows the kinds of content you can add.

  3. Click the Classic Page icon and drag and drop the empty frame that appears to the page.

    You can position the empty frame horizontally or vertically on the page.

After you drop the empty frame on the page, the Create Link to EnterpriseOne Page dialog appears. The title bar includes a Close icon. Clicking the Close icon before saving the content cancels the content.

6.2.10.1 Entering EnterpriseOne Page Information

The section describes the tasks associated with adding Classic EnterpriseOne Page content.

  1. On Create Link to EnterpriseOne Page, complete the following fields and tasks:

    • Classic Page

      Select the published Classic EnterpriseOne Page that you want added to the Composed EnterpriseOne Page. Classic Pages are HTML files, and can contain any HTML-enabled functionality, such as interactive process flows, URL links and web pages, company logos, etc. The system lists only the published Classic Pages.

    • Name

      Enter a name for the content. This is a required field. The name that you enter can be up to 80 characters

    • Description

      Enter a description for the content frame. This is an optional field.

      The description that you enter appears on the title bar of the content frame when the content is saved. If you do not enter a description, the content frame will not have a name when it is displayed on the Composed EnterpriseOne Page. The description that you enter can be up to 200 characters.

  2. After you enter the required EnterpriseOne Page information, click OK to add the content to the Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

Note:

If you do not have UDO view security to the Classic Page, it will not be available for selection in the Classic Page drop down list and you cannot add it to the Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

6.2.11 Adding a URL to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page

You must be in the Page Composer to add web page content.

To add a URL to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page:

  1. Open the Composed EnterpriseOne Page to which you want to add a URL.

  2. Click the Create New Content icon on the banner across the top of the screen.

    The Drag and drop to workspace to create dialog box is displayed and shows the kinds of content you can add.

  3. Click the URL icon and drag and drop the empty frame that appears to the page.

    You can position the empty frame horizontally or vertically on the page.

After you drop the empty frame on the page, the Create Link to Web Page dialog appears. The title bar includes a Close icon. Clicking the Close icon before saving the content cancels the content.

6.2.11.1 Entering URL Information

This section describes the tasks associated with adding URL content.

  1. On Create Link to Web Page, complete the following fields and tasks:

    • URL

      Enter the URL you want added to the Composed EnterpriseOne Page. This is a required field.

      You must enter a valid URL in the URL field. If the URL field shows a drop-down arrow, there are predefined URL templates from which you can choose as required.

    • Verify URL

      You have the option of validating the web page URL when you enter link information, and Oracle recommends that you do this. In addition, the system automatically validates the web page when you save the web page content. This is an optional field.

    • Name

      Enter a name for the content. This is a required field. The name that you enter can be up to 80 characters.

    • Description

      Enter a description for the content frame. This is an optional field.

      The description that you enter appears on the title bar of the content frame when the content is saved. If you do not enter a description, the content frame will not have a name when it is displayed on the Composed EnterpriseOne Page. The description that you enter can be up to 200 characters.

  2. After you enter the required URL information, click OK to add the content to the Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

6.2.12 Adding an ADF Application to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page

You must be in the Page Composer to add ADF Application content.

To add an ADF Application to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page:

  1. Open the Composed EnterpriseOne Page to which you want to add an ADF Application.

  2. Click the Create New Content icon on the banner across the top of the screen.

    The Drag and drop to workspace to create dialog box is displayed and shows the kinds of content you can add.

  3. Click the ADF Application icon and drag and drop the empty frame that appears to the page.

    You can position the empty frame horizontally or vertically on the page.

After you drop the empty frame on the page, the Create Link to ADF Application dialog appears. The title bar includes a Close icon. Clicking the Close icon before saving the content cancels the content.

Note:

You can add an ADF application content only if you have permission to access the ADF application. If you do not have the permission, a message "You do not have permission to access this application.(P98MOQUE)" is displayed in the content frame.

6.2.12.1 Entering ADF Application Information

The section describes the tasks associated with creating ADF application content.

  1. On Create Link to ADF Application, complete the following fields and tasks:

    • ADF Tasks

      Select the ADF application task you want to launch on the Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

    • Name

      Enter a name for the content. This is a required field. The name that you enter can be up to 80 characters.

    • Description

      Enter a description for the content frame. This is an optional field.

      The description that you enter appears on the title bar of the content frame when the content is saved. If you do not enter a description, the content frame will not have a name when it is displayed on the Composed EnterpriseOne Page. The description that you enter can be up to 200 characters.

  2. After you enter the required ADF application information, click OK to add the content to the Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

Important:

You can add only one ADF application content type to a given Composed EnterpriseOne Page. Once you choose to add ADF application content, that option is not available again in the Content Type pop-up menu.

6.2.13 Adding OBIEE to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page

You must be in the Page Composer to add an OBIEE object.

To add OBIEE content to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page:

  1. Open the Composed EnterpriseOne Page to which you want to add OBIEE content.

  2. Click the Create New Content icon on the banner across the top of the screen.

    The Drag and drop to workspace to create dialog box is displayed and shows the kinds of content you can add.

  3. Click the OBIEE icon and drag and drop the empty frame that appears to the Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

    You can position the empty frame horizontally or vertically on the Composed EnterpriseOne Page. After you drop the empty frame on the Composed EnterpriseOne Page, the Select OBIEE object dialog is displayed showing a list of folders.

  4. From Catalog Root, click the name of the folder for which you want to create OBIEE content.

    If additional folders appear on the Select OBIEE object window, continue to navigate through the folders until you find the object that you want to use for the content.

  5. After finding the object that you want to use, click Select on the title bar of the Select OBIEE object window.

After you select the OBIEE object, the Create Link to Oracle Business Intelligence Page appears. The title bar includes a Close icon. Clicking the Close icon before saving the content cancels the content.

Note:

If you receive a message indicating that OBIEE content cannot be displayed in an iFrame, you should disable iFrame busting.

6.2.13.1 Entering OBIEE Information

This section describes the tasks associated with adding an OBIEE content type.

  1. On Create Link to Oracle Business Intelligence Page, complete the following fields and tasks:

    • URL

      The system automatically enters the OBIEE object URL. This is a required field.

      To change the URL field, click the Search icon to open the Select OBIEE object dialog again and choose another OBIEE object.

    • Name

      Enter a name for the OBIEE content. This is a required field.

      The system automatically enters the name of the OBIEE object. You can change this entry to a more meaningful name. The name that you enter can be up to 80 characters.

    • Description

      Enter a description for the content frame. This is an optional field.

      The description that you enter appears on the title bar of the content frame when the content is saved. If you do not enter a description, the content frame will not have a name when it is displayed on the Composed EnterpriseOne Page. The description that you enter can be up to 200 characters.

  2. After you enter the required OBIEE information, click OK to add the content to the Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

6.2.14 Adding a Watchlist Pane to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page

You must be in the Page Composer to add a Watchlist Pane.

To add a Watchlist Pane to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page:

  1. Open the Composed EnterpriseOne Page to which you want to add a Watchlist Pane.

  2. Click the Create New Content icon on the banner across the top of the screen.

    The Drag and drop to workspace to create dialog box is displayed and shows the kinds of content you can add.

  3. Click the Watchlist Pane icon and drag and drop the empty frame that appears to the page.

    You can position the empty frame horizontally or vertically on the page.

After you drop the empty frame on the page, the Create Link to Watchlist Pane dialog appears. The title bar includes a Close icon. Clicking the Close icon before saving the content cancels the content.

6.2.14.1 Entering Watchlist Pane Information

This section describes the tasks associated with the Watchlist Pane.

  1. On Create Link to Watchlist Pane, complete the following fields and tasks:

    • Name

      Enter a name for the Watchlist Pane. This is a required field. The name that you enter can be up to 80 characters.

    • Description

      Enter a description for the content frame. This is an optional field. The description that you enter can be up to 200 characters.

      The description that you enter appears on the title bar of the Watchlist Pane when the content is saved. If you do not enter a description, the Watchlist Pane will not have a name when it is displayed on the Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

      You can use the description to provide information about the content frame.

    • Options

      Choose the type of Watchlist Pane that you want to add:

      All Watchlists

      Select this option to add a new Watchlist Pane which displays all the personal and shared Watchlists that are currently available to you.

      Once the pane is saved, it becomes a static list. Additional Watchlists that are available to you at a later time will not be added to the pane automatically.

      In the Watchlist Pane of the Page Composer, you can delete a Watchlist by selecting it and clicking the Delete icon located in the middle of the tile. Once you delete a Watchlist, a tile with a plus sign (Add item icon) is displayed in the content frame. Clicking this icon displays an inventory list of all the deleted Watchlists. Select any Watchlist from the list to add it to the pane.

      Empty Watchlist

      Select this option to add a new Watchlist Pane with no Watchlists. You can choose to add Watchlists to the pane from the content frame.

      Once the empty Watchlist Pane is added in the Page Composer, a tile with a plus sign (Add item icon) is displayed in the content frame. Clicking this icon displays an inventory list of the existing Watchlists. Select any Watchlist from the list to add it to the pane.

      Dynamic Watchlist

      Select this option to add a new Watchlist Pane with all the personal and shared Watchlists that are available to you. The Watchlists displayed in the pane cannot be modified but are dynamically determined during runtime for the Composed EnterpriseOne Page. When a dynamic Watchlist Pane is shared with other users, only those Watchlists will be displayed in the content frame for which the users have permission.

  2. After you enter the required information, click OK to add a Watchlist Pane to the Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

Note:

You can add only one Watchlist Pane to a given Composed EnterpriseOne Page. Once you choose to add Watchlist Pane content type, that option is not available again in the Content Type pop-up menu.

6.2.15 Adding a Springboard Pane to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page (Release 9.2.1)

You must be in the Page Composer to add a Springboard Pane.

To add a Springboard Pane to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page:

  1. Open the Composed EnterpriseOne Page to which you want to add a Springboard Pane.

  2. Click the Create New Content icon on the banner across the top of the screen.

    The Drag and drop to workspace to create dialog box is displayed and shows the kinds of content you can add.

  3. Click the Springboard Pane icon and drag and drop the empty frame that appears to the page.

    You can position the empty frame horizontally or vertically on the page.

After you drop the empty frame on the page, the Create Link to Springboard Pane dialog appears. The title bar includes a Close icon. Clicking the Close icon before saving the content cancels the content.

6.2.15.1 Entering Springboard Pane Information

This section describes the tasks associated with the Springboard Pane.

  1. On Create Link to Springboard Pane, complete the following fields and tasks:

    • Name

      Enter a name for the Springboard Pane. This is a required field. The name that you enter can be up to 80 characters.

    • Description

      Enter a description for the content frame. This is an optional field. The description that you enter can be up to 100 characters.

      The description that you enter appears on the title bar of the Springboard Pane when the content is saved. If you do not enter a description, the name of the task folder will be displayed on the content frame of the Springboard Pane.

      You can use the description to provide information about the content frame.

    • Parent Task

      Enter a valid ID of the task view or task folder that you want to add. If necessary, you can use the Visual Assist feature to locate a valid task. Click the Visual Assist button to display the Data Browser - F9000 form that lists all the task views and task folders in the F9000 table. You can search and select the task.

      If a role is restricted from accessing a certain task folder through Menu Filtering, then no tasks will be displayed on the Springboard Pane. See Springboard Pane at Runtime (Release 9.2.1)for more information.

  2. After you enter the required information, click OK.

6.2.16 Adding a Designer Pane to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page

You must be in the Page Composer to add a Designer Pane.

To add a Designer Pane to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page:

  1. Open the Composed EnterpriseOne Page to which you want to add a Designer Pane.

  2. Click the Create New Content icon on the banner across the top of the screen.

    The Drag and drop to workspace to create dialog box is displayed and shows the kinds of content you can add.

  3. Click the Designer Pane icon and drag and drop the empty frame that appears to the page.

    You can position the empty frame horizontally or vertically on the page.

After you drop the empty frame on the page, the Create Link to Designer Pane dialog appears. The title bar includes a Close icon. Clicking the Close icon before saving the content cancels the content.

6.2.16.1 Entering Designer Pane Information

This section describes the tasks associated with the Designer Pane.

  1. On Create Link to Designer Pane, complete the following fields and tasks:

    • Name

      Enter a name for the Designer Pane. This is a required field. The name that you enter can be up to 80 characters.

    • Description

      Enter a description for the content frame. This is an optional field. The description that you enter can be up to 200 characters.

      The description that you enter appears on the title bar of the Designer Pane when the content is saved. If you do not enter a description, the Designer Pane will not have a name when it is displayed on the Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

      You can use the description to provide information about the content frame.

    • Initial Total Columns (Release 9.2.0.3)

      Select the number of columns you want to add to the grid. Use the slide bar to set the value between 1 and 5. You can add more columns from the Designer Pane content frame.

    • Initial Total Rows (Release 9.2.0.3)

      Select the number of rows you want to add to the grid. Use the slide bar to set the value between 1 and 5. You can add more rows from the Designer Pane content frame.

  2. After you enter the required information, click OK to add a Designer Pane to the Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

See also: Working with Designer Pane in this guide.

6.2.17 Working with Designer Pane

You use the Designer Pane to add EnterpriseOne applications, batch versions, tasks, Watchlists, and ADF applications.

The Designer Pane contains a layout grid that you can use to add different components like tiles and lines. A tile is a generalized container that holds objects that can be activated. Tiles provide quick access to the open EnterpriseOne applications, batch versions, tasks, ADF applications, and Watchlists. Each tile contains text describing the component with which it is associated. For example, an application tile lists the application name, and application title.

You can configure each tile using the Configure Tile dialog. You can add and delete components in a Designer Pane.

You can customize the initial size of the Designer Pane grid layout. You can extend the layout of the Designer Pane with more rows and columns, and add multiple sections. You can delete the rows and columns in a Designer Pane as well. You can also customize the initial grid size while adding new sections to the Designer Pane.

Note:

You must be in the Page Composer to work with the Designer Pane.

6.2.17.1 Adding a Tile in Designer Pane

This section describes the steps to add a tile in Designer Pane:

  1. Open a Composed EnterpriseOne Page that contains a Designer Pane. You must be in the Page Composer to work with the Designer Pane.

  2. In the Designer Pane, click any cell in the grid layout to highlight it.

  3. Click the Add a tile (+) icon that is located in the center of the cell to add a tile as shown in the following example:

6.2.17.2 Adding and Configuring a Component in Designer Pane

This section describes the tasks associated with adding and configuring component to a tile in Designer Pane.

  1. Open a Composed EnterpriseOne Page that contains a Designer Pane. You must be in the Page Composer to work with the Designer Pane.

  2. In the Designer Pane, click Default Page Title to enter a title for the Designer Pane that is added to a Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

    If you want to edit the title of the Designer Pane, click Edit the title of this page icon. The title that you enter can be up to 200 characters.

  3. Click Configure Page icon as shown in the following example to configure the properties for the Designer Pane:

    • Hover Effect

      Select to display the context-based information when user hovers over a tile in a Composed EnterpriseOne Page. The option is automatically selected.

    • Show Description

      Choose to set a display condition for the description of the Designer Pane in a Composed EnterpriseOne Page. Show Description has four settings:

      Default (Show On Hover and Large Tile)

      Displays the description of the Designer Pane when user hovers over a tile. Additionally, the description will also be displayed with in a large tile. This is the default setting.

      Hover Only

      Displays the description of the Designer Pane only when user hovers over tiles.

      Tiles Only (Large Tile Only)

      Displays the description of the Designer Pane only within a large tile.

      Never

      Never displays the description.

    • Style

      Choose how tiles appear in a Composed EnterpriseOne Page. Style has four settings:

      Default (Small Tile Without Icon)

      Embeds the component in a smaller tile. This is the default setting.

      Small Icons

      Embeds the component in a tile along with an icon of small size. The image associated with the content appears next to the content.

      Large Icons

      Embeds the component in a tile along with an icon of large size. The image associated with the content appears within the tile.

      Tiles (Large Tile)

      Embeds the component in a larger tile along with an icon of large size.

    • Background Color

      Select a color for the background of the Designer Pane. The background color is applied to entire Designer Pane. The default background color of the Designer Pane is white.

    Note:

    Configure Page properties are applicable to all the sections added in a given Designer Pane.
  4. Select the tile to which you want to add content and click the Add a tile (+) icon in the middle of the tile. This action displays the Configure Tile dialog.

  5. Configure the tile properties by completing the following fields:

    Note:

    You might see a variation of these fields, depending on the Tile Type with which you are working.
    • Tile Type

      Select the type of component you want to add to the tile. You can add EnterpriseOne application forms, batch versions, tasks, Watchlists, and ADF applications.

    • Application ID

      Enter the EnterpriseOne Application ID of the form that you want added. This field is displayed if Tile Type is Application.

      If necessary, you can use the Visual Assist feature to locate a valid EnterpriseOne application. Click the Visual Assist button to display the Data Browser - F9860 form that lists all EnterpriseOne applications. You can search and select the application. The system automatically populates the Application ID, Form Id, and Version fields. (Release 9.2.0.3)

      Note:

      If you are secured out of the F9860 table, you cannot access the Visual Assist form.
    • Form Id

      Enter the EnterpriseOne form ID for the application that you entered in the previous field.

      This field is displayed if Tile Type is Application.

    • Version

      Enter the application version for the application that you entered.

      This field is displayed if Tile Type is Application.

    • Jargon Code

      Enter a UDC value that specifies the system number.

      This field is displayed if Tile Type is Application.

    • Batch Version ID

      Enter the version ID of the batch that you want added. This field is displayed if Tile Type is Batch Version.

      If necessary, you can use the Visual Assist feature to locate a valid Batch Version. Click the Visual Assist button to display the Data Browser - F9860 form that lists all Batch Versions. You can search and select the Batch Version. The system automatically populates the Batch Version ID field. (Release 9.2.0.3)

      Note:

      If you are secured out of the F9860 table, you cannot access the Visual Assist form.
    • Task ID

      Enter the ID of the task that you want added. This field is displayed if Tile Type is Task.

      If necessary, you can use the Visual Assist feature to locate a valid task. Click the Visual Assist button to display the Data Browser - F9000 form. This form lists all EnterpriseOne applications, Batch Versions, URL, One View Reports and ADF applications. You can search and select the task. The system automatically populates the Task ID field. (Release 9.2.0.3)

      Note:

      If you are secured out of the F9000 table, you cannot access the Visual Assist form.
    • Watchlist

      Select the Watchlist that you want added. The system displays all the Watchlists available to the user in the Watchlist drop-down list.

      In the Watchlist drop-down list, you can distinguish whether a Watchlist is personal or shared one using the hash symbol (#). If a Watchlist option has a hash symbol (#) as prefix, it indicates a personal Watchlist.

      This field is displayed if Tile Type is Watchlist.

    • ADF Task ID

      Enter the ID of the ADF task that you want added. This field is displayed if Tile Type is ADF Application.

      If necessary, you can use the Visual Assist feature to locate a valid ADF application. Click the Visual Assist button to display the Data Browser - F9000 form that lists all ADF applications. You can search and select the ADF application. The system automatically populates the ADF Task ID field. (Release 9.2.0.3)

      Note:

      - To create the ADF application content, you must have JAS, AIS and ADF servers setup, and an ADF Task should already be created in Work With Tasks program (P9000).

      - If you are secured out of the F9000 table, you cannot access the Visual Assist form.

    • Style

      Select the style you want to apply to the tile. Style has four settings:

      Default

      Content of the tile appears in a box with a background color. This is the default selection. The background color for the tile is set in the Color field.

      Box

      Content of the tile appears in a box with a background color. The background color for the tile is set in the Color field.

      No Box

      Content of the tile appears without a box or a background color.

      Light Box

      Content of the tile appears in a box with an outline color. The color for the outline is set in the Color field.

    • Color

      Select the color to be applied for the Style field. Color has four options: red, yellow, green, and blue.

      Note:

      The Color field is not displayed if:

      - The Style field in Configure Page dialog is set to Large Icons, and the Style field in Configure Tile dialog is set to Default.

      - The Style field in Configure Tile dialog is set to No Box.

    • Title

      Enter a title for the tile. If you do not enter a title, the system automatically displays the Tile Type and ID that are entered in the previous fields. The title that you enter can be up to 80 characters.

    • Description

      Enter a description for the tile. The description that you enter can be up to 200 characters.

    • Auto Image

      Select this option if you want the system to automatically retrieve and display the icon associated with the Tile Type field. The icon is displayed in the tile of Designer Pane.

      If you unselect Auto Image, Custom Image field is displayed. Enter the name of the custom image that you want to associate with the tile. The system displays the icon in the tile only if you enter the exact name of the custom image.

      See Creating Images in EnterpriseOne (Release 9.2.0.2)in the guide.

      Important:

      For a custom image, the file name including the extension is case-sensitive.

      Note:

      The image will not be displayed in the tile, if the Style field is set to Default (Small Tile Without Icon) in the Configure Page dialog.
    • Hover Link URL

      Enter the URL you wanted added to the hover form.

    • Hover Link Text

      Enter a text for the URL that you wanted added to the hover form. The URL link text is displayed in the hover form as a link, clicking it opens the corresponding web page. The text that you enter can be up to 80 characters.

      Note:

      Link URL and Hover Link Text fields are displayed in the Configure Tile dialog only if you have selected Hover Effect in the Configure Page dialog.
  6. Click OK to save the configuration properties of the tile. A tile is now added to the Designer Pane.

    Note:

    The system automatically validates the values entered in all the fields. If any of the values is invalid, a warning message is displayed. However, you can continue to work in the Designer Pane and save it to the Composed EnterpriseOne Page. (Release 9.2.0.3)
  7. Click the three triangles located at the bottom of the pane (Add a row to bottom icon) to add a row to the grid. A new row is added at the bottom of the grid.

  8. Click the three triangles located at the right of the pane (Add a column to right icon) to add a column to the grid. A new column is added to the right side of the grid.

  9. Click Save to add and save content to the Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

  10. Close the Page Composer. Click the tile in the Composed EnterpriseOne Page to open the task.

Note:

If the specified object does not exist, the tile is disabled and a message "Invalid Object" is displayed.

If the user does not have the appropriate security, the tile is disabled and a message "Permission Denied" is displayed.

6.2.17.3 Deleting a Tile

This section describes the steps to delete a tile in Designer Pane:

  1. Open a Composed EnterpriseOne Page that contains a Designer Pane. You must be in the Page Composer to work with the Designer Pane.

  2. In the Designer Pane, click the tile that you want to delete. This action highlights the tile.

  3. In the highlighted cell, click the Delete this tile icon in the middle of the tile to delete a tile along with the connectors as shown in the following example:

6.2.17.4 Deleting a Row or a Column (Release 9.2.0.3)

This section describes the steps to delete a row or column in the Designer Pane:

  1. Open a Composed EnterpriseOne Page that contains a Designer Pane. You must be in the Page Composer to work with the Designer Pane.

  2. In the Designer Pane, hover over the row you want to delete. This action displays Remove this row icon on the left of the selected row as shown in the following example:

  3. Click the icon to delete the selected row along with the tiles in the row.

    Similarly to delete a column, hover over the column you want to delete. Click Remove this column icon displayed on the top of the selected column to delete as shown in the following example:

  4. Click OK to confirm the delete.

6.2.17.5 Adding and Configuring Sections in the Designer Pane

You can add multiple sections to a Designer Pane.

To add a section:

  1. Open a Composed EnterpriseOne Page that contains a Designer Pane. You must be in the Page Composer to work with the Designer Pane.

  2. Click the Add a New Section button located at the bottom of the Designer Pane frame. This action displays the Initialize Section dialog.

  3. Specify the number of rows and columns that you want added to the grid in the new section as shown in the following example:

    Figure 6-8 Initialize Section for Grid

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    Description of ''Figure 6-8 Initialize Section for Grid''

    A new section is added in the Designer Pane with the specified number of rows and columns. (Release 9.2.0.3)

  4. Click Default Section Title in the title bar of the section frame to enter a title for the section of the Designer Pane. The title that you enter can be up to 80 characters. You can edit the title by clicking the Edit the title of this section icon.

    Note:

    If the Designer Pane contains only one section, the Default Section Title, Configure Section, and Delete this Section icons are not displayed.
  5. Click Configure Section icon to configure Collapsible setting for the selected section as shown in the example:

    Collapsible

    Select to create a collapsible section in the Designer Pane.

    In the Composed EnterpriseOne Page, a Collapse this section button is displayed adjacent to the section title of the Designer Pane content type. You can use this button to either collapse or expand a section in the Designer Pane of the Composed EnterpriseOne Page. The system preserves the Collapsible state across user sessions. (Release 9.2.0.3)

  6. Click OK to save and close the configure section setting.

  7. Add components to this section of the Designer Pane as described in the Adding and Configuring a Component in Designer Pane.

  8. Click Save to save content to the Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

  9. Close the Page Composer.

Note:

You cannot delete a section, if the Designer Pane contains only one section.

6.2.17.6 Adding a Line

This section describes the steps to add a line in Designer Pane

  1. Open a Composed EnterpriseOne Page that contains a Designer Pane. You must be in the Page Composer to work with the Designer Pane.

  2. In the Designer Pane, click the tile in the grid to highlight it.

  3. Click Add a line (-) icons that are located on the edges of a cell to add lines in all four directions as shown in the following example:

6.2.17.7 Adding an Arrow Connector

This section describes the steps to add an arrow connector to a tile in Designer Pane:

  1. Open a Composed EnterpriseOne Page that contains a Designer Pane. You must be in the Page Composer to work with the Designer Pane.

  2. In the Designer Pane, click the tile to which you want a connector added. This action highlights the tile.

  3. Move your cursor to the edge of the cell and click the Toggle this line icon. This adds a line connector. Clicking the toggle button twice adds an arrow connector to the tile as shown in the following example:

    Figure 6-11 Adding a Connector

    Description of Figure 6-11 follows
    Description of ''Figure 6-11 Adding a Connector''

    Clicking the toggle button again will delete the arrow connector.

Note:

The arrow connector appears only, if you are connecting two tiles.

6.2.17.8 Cutting, Copying, and Pasting a Tile in the Designer Pane (Release 9.2.2.2)

You can use the Cut, Copy, and Paste options to move or copy tiles within a Designer Pane. You can move or copy a tile and its component across multiple sections within a single Designer Pane, but not across different Designer Panes in a Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

To move or copy a tile and its component in a Designer Pane:

  1. Open a Composed EnterpriseOne Page that contains a Designer Pane.

    You must be in the Page Composer to work with the Designer Pane.

  2. In the Designer Pane, hover over the tile that you want to move or copy.

    The tile can contain either a component or line connectors. Hovering over the tile highlights it and displays the Context Menu icon as shown in the below image:

  3. Choose one of the following:

    • To move or cut a tile, click the Context Menu icon and select Cut from the list. Alternatively, right-click the tile and then select Cut from the Context Menu options.

      When you use the Cut option, the selected tile component is deleted and its content is copied to the clipboard.

    • To copy a tile, click the Context Menu icon and select Copy from the list. Alternatively, right-click the tile and then select Copy from the Context Menu options.

      When you use the Copy option, the selected tile component is copied to the clipboard and can be pasted into a new location within the Designer Pane by using the Paste command

    Note:

    Cut and Copy options are not available for an empty tile.
  4. Right-click the tile or hover over the tile on which you want to place the tile component and then select Paste from the Context Menu.

    You copy a tile once and paste it to multiple locations without having to select it again.

Note:

For an empty tile, the Context Menu icon will be displayed only if the clipboard has some value already copied.

Moving tiles using the drag-and-drop operation:

The drag-and-drop operation is an alternative to moving tiles. Drag and drop the tiles if you want to rearrange the tiles in a Designer Pane. To move a tile, click the tile that you want to move and then drag the selection to another location in the Designer Pane. When you release the mouse, the tile component is moved to the new location.

When you move a tile using the drag-and-drop operation, the existing content of the destination tile is replaced. No value is stored in the clipboard when you drag a tile.

6.3 Using Composed EnterpriseOne Pages at Runtime

Once you have created and saved the Composed EnterpriseOne Pages using the Page Composer, the Composed EnterpriseOne Pages are displayed as tabs located at the top of the EnterpriseOne interface. The new Composed EnterpriseOne Page is added at the end of the tab strip. Your EnterpriseOne administrator grants permission to view a shared Composed EnterpriseOne Page. You can rearrange the tabs on the EnterpriseOne interface. If you log out of EnterpriseOne and log back in, the tabs are displayed according to the changes you made in the previous session, and the last opened Composed EnterpriseOne Page is displayed.

Note:

A white dot beside the name of a Composed EnterpriseOne Page indicates that the Composed EnterpriseOne Page is a personal page you created.

A Composed EnterpriseOne Page can contain any one or more of the content types. The content appears in content frames. Content can be Designer Pane, Watchlist Pane, pages from a website, EnterpriseOne applications, One View Report, ADF application, and OBIEE Reports. The content frame title bar typically shows a title for the content and popup icons. You can view each content frame in maximized mode. When you click the popup icon, the content appears in maximized mode. Click the same icon again to return to the Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

Composed EnterpriseOne Pages display content vertically and horizontally as designed in the workspace, and enables you to work with content from multiple sources within a browser window. Applications launched from these Composed EnterpriseOne Pages do not contain a Close button. Instead, you can navigate away from the application by clicking other content within the page.

You can resize a content frame to show more or less content. When you resize a content frame, the page automatically resizes adjoining content to fit on the Composed EnterpriseOne Page. To resize a content frame, place your cursor either horizontally or vertically between two content frames. A thin blue line appears, and you change the size of the content frame by moving the blue line.

See Using Page Composer in this guide.

Note:

- If you do not have UDO view security to the One View Report, a message "Requested One View Report not found" is displayed in the frame.

- If you do not have UDO view security for EnterpriseOne Pages, a message "You do not have permission to access this Classic Page." is displayed in the frame.

- If you do not have UDO view security to the ADF task, a message "You do not have permission to access this task." is displayed in the frame.

6.3.1 Watchlist Pane at Runtime (Release 9.2.0.3)

Watchlists are displayed on the Composed EnterpriseOne Pages depending on the type of Watchlist Pane added in the Page Composer. The Watchlists appear as tiles labeled with their names and display a number that represents a count of records that meet the query criteria.

The Watchlist Pane content type displayed on the Composed EnterpriseOne Page consists of four filter tabs:

  • All - In this tab, all the Watchlists are displayed without any filtering criteria.

  • Matches - In this tab, only those Watchlists that have the record count within the threshold limit are displayed.

  • Warning - In this tab, only those Watchlists that have surpassed the warning and critical threshold limits are displayed.

  • Critical - In this tab, only those Watchlists that have surpassed the critical threshold limits are displayed.

The first time you open the Composed EnterpriseOne Page with the Watchlist Pane, the EnterpriseOne updates the Watchlists with the most current information. The frequency of updates is determined by how the Watchlist was defined. However, you can use the Refresh icon in the tile to recompute that specific Watchlist information on demand. You can also use the Refresh All icon displayed on the top right of the Watchlist content frame to recompute all the Watchlists information. You can hover over a Watchlist to view the status and see how long it has been since its last update.

When a Watchlist is defined, a warning threshold and a critical threshold are specified for that Watchlist.

  • If a particular Watchlist is within the threshold, the record count appears in a blue box.

  • If a particular Watchlist has surpassed the warning threshold, the record count appears in an orange box.

  • If a Watchlist has surpassed its critical threshold, the record count appears in a red box.

If the record count exceeds the maximum records to return, a plus sign is displayed. It may be in an orange or a red box depending on the warning and critical thresholds that have been set up for the Watchlist.

Clicking the Watchlist tile takes you to the application where you can see the items included in the query.

Note:

When you create a Watchlist item in the Data Browser, the Data Browser cannot be launched from the Watchlist drop-down menu, EnterpriseOne pages or Composed EnterpriseOne pages. (Release 9.2.1)

6.3.2 Springboard Pane at Runtime (Release 9.2.1)

The Springboard Pane on the Composed EnterpriseOne Page displays all the tasks that are the children of the parent task that you added. The tasks displayed on the Springboard Pane are labeled with task names and display an image associated with it. The Springboard Pane provides quick access to the EnterpriseOne applications, batch programs, ADF applications, and One View Reports.

Note:

A message is displayed in the content frame of the Springboard Pane if:
  • The task folder does not contain any tasks.

  • The role does not have permission to access the task folder.

The Springboard Pane displays only those tasks for which a role has permissions. When you click a task in the Springboard Pane, the system opens the associated application in a separate frame and launches a springboard. The springboard is a container that includes task items that can be opened. By default, the springboard is displayed at the top of a form. The Springboard Pane on the Composed EnterpriseOne Page displays only application, batch program, ADF application, and One View Report task types that exist in the specified task view or task folder. Webpages included in a task view or task folder will not be displayed on the Springboard Pane.

The tasks displayed on the springboard appear as tiles. On a springboard, each task tile contains an image and text describing the application or the task with which it is associated. Click a tile in the springboard to open the application in a new frame. The springboard container highlights the task tile that represents the application that is currently open. You can open a different application by clicking an icon in the springboard. Every application launched from the Springboard Pane displays the springboard container and shows the same icons in the same sequence. If you navigate to a different application using springboard and return to one of the previously launched applications, then the system opens the existing session.

The springboard can be docked along any of the four sides of the frame. You can change the springboard position by dragging and dropping the springboard to a new position. When docked along the top or bottom of the frame, the tiles are displayed horizontally. When docked along the right or left, the tiles are displayed vertically.

You can expand and collapse the springboard container. Click the bar along the edge of the springboard container to toggle between the expandable and collapsible states of the springboard.

EnterpriseOne preserves the springboard position and the expand/collapse state of the springboard container. The next time you log in to the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne application, the springboard appears at the same location with the same state from the previous session.

The Springboard Pane displays a message when a task index build is in progress. You can continue to work on other applications or switch to other Composed EnterpriseOne Pages that do not depend on the task index builds. After the build is complete, the Springboard Pane is automatically displayed with the task items.

See Working with Task Index Builds (Release 9.2.1) for more information.

Viewing Tasks in the Springboard Pane

The Springboard Pane displays only those task items for which a role has permissions. Menu indexing determines the correct set of task items to be displayed for a role in the Springboard Pane.

Menu Indexing is the process to identify the tasks that can be displayed and accessed by a role from the Springboard Pane of the Composed EnterpriseOne Page. Menu Indexing is based on menu filtering where you can selectively enable or disable tasks by role in a task view.

When you launch a role-based task, the system applies your login role to the task. If the system administrator has applied other roles to you, then you can view the tasks by any of those roles to see a different set of tasks. The various permissions required for a role to access tasks in a Springboard include menu filtering, task view security, and application security, and UDO view security for OVR tasks. See Working with Task Index Builds (Release 9.2.1) for more information.

If the sequence for tasks in a task folder is changed, then you must rebuild the parent task using the Work with Task Index Builds application (P90013) for the Springboard Pane to reflect the new sequence.

See Building a Task Index By Task for more information.

6.4 Working with Task Index Builds (Release 9.2.1)

Menu Indexing is the process to identify the tasks that can be displayed and accessed by a role from the Springboard Pane of the Composed EnterpriseOne Page. Menu Indexing is based on menu filtering where you can selectively enable or disable tasks by role in a task view).

Based on the menu indexing functionality, the correct set of task items is displayed for a role in the Springboard Pane. Menu indexing is supported by the following two tables:

  • Item Detail (F90012): This table is the key to menu indexing. The Item Detail table (F90012) contains details about the tasks assigned to each logged in role. The table also has details of the roles, tasks, and task views that have been processed in the Work with Task Index Build application.

  • Task Index Status (F90013): The Task Index Status table (F90013) stores the status of the task build requests and triggers record generation in the Item Detail table (F90012).

The Work with Task Index Builds application (P90013) enables the system administrator to interact with the Task Index Status table to build task index for roles, tasks, or task views in the Item Detail table. In the Item Detail table, the tasks in a folder are flagged as secured or not. The Springboard then shows the tasks that are not secured for the role.

In the Work with Task Index Builds application, you can filter records by role, task ID, and status of the build requests. You can use the Status column in the grid to identify the status of the task index builds:

Status Icon Description
Pending Blue circle Indicates that the build is queued and waiting to be processed.
Processing Yellow inverted triangle Indicates that the task index build is being processed.
Complete Green circle Indicates that a task index has been generated for the role.
Failed Red square Indicates that the task index could not be built due to an error.

A Failed status corresponds to an error in the database and could occur, for example, when your session expires due to a timeout or you log out when the requested build is in Processing status. The system administrator can rebuild the failed record, or the system automatically rebuilds it when the user logs in with a role for which build failed.

Using the Work with Task Index Builds application, the system administrator can initiate the following actions from the Form menu:

  • Purge All: A system administrator can choose Purge All to clear all the task index records from the Item Detail (F90012) and Task Index Status (F90013) tables. If you use this option, JAS might take a long time to delete all the records from these two tables. Alternatively, an SQL truncate table in the database directly will be much faster.

  • Build By Role: Enables the system administrator to build task index for specific roles.

  • Build By Task: Enables the system administrator to build task index for specific tasks.

  • Build By Task View: Enables the system administrator to build a task index for specific task views.

Important:

In Work with Task Index Build application, the Delete button deletes the entire record from the database. The system administrator should delete only those records that have been remained in the Processing status for a very long time (such as hours/days).

6.4.1 Building a Task Index for a Role

To view the task items in a Springboard Pane, the task index must already be built.

There are two ways a task index is built. The system administrator can build the task index for a role by using the Work with Task Index Builds application (P90013), which generates records for the role in the Task Index Status table. Depending on the data in the Task Index Status table, the Springboard Pane displays a set of tasks that the role can access for a specific task folder.

Also, logging in to EnterpriseOne with a role that the system administrator has not built triggers an automated build of the task indices for that role.

Note:

A blank value in the Program ID for a particular row in the grid indicates that a build was processed when a user with a role logged in. Although the build was generated by the system and not from the Work with Task Index Builds application, a record is displayed in the application.

To build a task index for a role:

  1. In JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, open the Work with Task Index Builds application (P90013).

  2. Select Build by Role from the Form menu.

  3. In Build Task Index by Role, click the Find icon.

    You can filter records in the grid using the header row or the Query By Example row. The system displays all the existing roles in the grid.

  4. Select the role that you want to process. You can also select multiple roles for which you want to build the task index.

    A check mark is displayed in Previously Processed column of the grid if a task index build was previously processed for the role.

  5. Click the Build Selected Rows button. Alternatively, you can select Build Selected Rows from the Row exit.

  6. 6. Click the OK button on the confirmation message. This action triggers a build of task index records in the Task Index Status table for the selected role.

  7. In Work with Task Index Builds, a new record is added for the selected role.

When the status of the record in the grid is Complete, a task index is built for the selected role.

6.4.2 Building a Task Index By Task

If you add a new task in a task folder, then you have to build the task index for the changes to reflect in the Springboard Pane. You can build task folders for any roles that have been previously processed.

You use the Build by Task option to do the following:

  • Build a new task index for a task folder, but for roles that have been previously processed.

  • Rebuild task folders that have been previously built for a specific role.

To build a task index for a task:

  1. In JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, open the Work with Task Index Builds application (P90013).

  2. Select Build by Task from the Form menu.

  3. In Build by Task, click the Find icon.

    You can filter records in the grid using the header row or the Query By Example row.

    Note:

    Clicking the visual assist for the Task ID enables you to search for task folders in the F9000 table. The grid in the Build by Task form will only display task folders, so any attempts to search for other task types will display this message: "No records found."
  4. Select a valid Task ID that you want to process. You can also select multiple tasks for which you want to build the task index.

  5. You can choose to do either of the following:

    • Click the Build Selected Rows button to build the task index for the selected Task ID rows. The task index is built only for that role in the selected row.

      Alternatively, you can select the Build Selected Rows from the Row exit.

    • Click the Build Selected Rows for All Roles button to build the task index for all the roles that have already been built with the selected Task ID.

      Alternatively, you can select Build for All Roles from the Row exit.

  6. In Work with Task Index Builds, a new record is created for the selected task ID.

When the status of the record in the grid is Complete, a task index is built for the selected task ID.

6.4.3 Building Task Index By Task View

When you create a new task view, you have to build the task index for the new task view so that it can be accessed from the Springboard Pane.

To build a task index for a task view:

  1. In JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, open the Work with Task Index Builds application (P90013).

  2. Select Build by Task View from the Form menu.

  3. In Build by Task View, click the Find icon.

    You can filter records in the grid using the header row or the Query By Example row. The grid displays all the existing task views.

  4. Select the task view that you want to use in the Springboard. You can also select multiple task views for which you want to build the task index.

  5. 5. Click the Build Selected Rows for All Roles button to build the task index for all the selected task view rows. The build is processed for all the previously processed roles.

    Alternatively, you can select Build for All Roles from the Row exit.

  6. In Work with Task Index Builds, new records are created for all the previously built roles with the selected task view.

When the status of the record in the grid is Complete, a task index is built for the selected task.

6.4.4 Rebuilding Task Index by Role and Task

A system administrator can choose to rebuild the task index for specific roles or tasks. Row exit provides a quick way to find and rebuild roles or tasks that are already processed from the Work with Task Index Builds application. Rebuilding is helpful in a situation where a task index build has failed or if the task index for a specific role is outdated. You can choose to rebuild after fixing the error. When you rebuild a role or a task, all the existing records will be removed from Task Index Status table before rebuilding them.

You can rebuild the task index for a specific role when there are any changes to the role in terms of menu filtering, tasks the role can access.

To rebuild task index by a role:

  1. Open the Work with Task Index Builds application and select a record.

  2. Select Rebuild by Role from the Row menu.

    The Build Task Index by Role form is displayed. The form narrows the search and displays the record for the selected role. Note that the list of valid roles is limited to those roles that have been previously built. A check mark is displayed in the Previously Processed column of the grid.

  3. Click the Build Selected Rows button to regenerate a task index for the specific role. All tasks for the specific role will be rebuilt. Alternatively, you can select Build Selected Rows from the Row exit.

Note:

Language records for the selected role are not rebuilt.

You can rebuild the task index for a task when there are any changes to it.

To rebuild a task index by task:

  1. Open the Work with Task Index Builds application and select a record.

  2. Select Rebuild by Task from the Row menu.

    The Build by Task form is displayed. The form narrows the search for the specific role and task ID. Note that the list of valid tasks is limited to those tasks that have been previously built.

  3. Click the Build Selected Rows button to regenerate a task index for the specific task. Alternatively, you can select Build Selected Rows from the Row exit.

Notes:

  • Language records are rebuilt for the selected tasks.
  • Clicking the visual assist for the Task ID enables you to search for task folders in the F9000 table. The grid in the Build by Task form will only display task folders, so any attempts to search for other task types will display this message: "No records found."

  • Task views can be rebuilt only through Build by Task View from the Form exit in the Work with Task Index Builds application.

6.5 Creating Images in EnterpriseOne (Release 9.2.0.2)

This section discusses how to create and modify images in EnterpriseOne.

You can create images outside of EnterpriseOne using any image editor, then upload them to EnterpriseOne. You use Image Manager to add, modify, and save images. These images can be displayed in the tiles of the Designer Pane.

Your EnterpriseOne administrator grants permission for you to create, publish, and modify images. In addition to these permissions, your administrator must enable feature and action security to authorize you and other enabled users to work with images. You do not require view security for images; every user can view all the published images.

See "Managing Security for User Defined Objects" in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Security Administration Guide.

The icons in the Image Manager are available for all User Defined Objects (UDOs) and are discussed in the UDO Life Cycle and Statuses of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Foundation Guide.

To create an image:

  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 link, then select Images. Image Manager side panel is displayed as shown:

  4. On Image Manager, choose New to create a new image.

  5. Enter the information into the following fields:

    • Name

      The system automatically enters (Create).

      This file name of the selected image is displayed.

    • Description

      Enter a description for the image. If you do not enter any information, image name will be displayed in the Description field.

  6. Click the Browse button to locate the new image file you want to upload.

    Note:

    The graphic image types can be in gif, jpeg, jpg, and png formats.
  7. Click Save.

  8. Close the Image Manager.

You can display the images on the tiles in the Designer Pane of a Composed EnterpriseOne Page.

See "Auto Image" in Adding and Configuring a Component in Designer Pane.

6.5.1 Modifying Images in EnterpriseOne

You use Image Manager to modify existing images.

To modify an existing image:

  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 link, then select Images. Image Manager side panel is displayed.

  4. On Image Manager, choose Existing to select an existing image to modify.

  5. Enter the information into the following fields:

    Name

    Enter the name of the existing image you want to modify.

    Note:

    The image file name and its extension are case sensitive.

    When you click the Find button, the Available Images window is displayed with all the images that are available to you and are in one of these categories:

    • Personal: Images that are viewable by you only.

    • Pending Approval: Images that you requested your administrator to publish so that they can be shared with other authorized users. Only you can see these images.

    • Rework: Images that are rejected by your administrator and have been returned to you for fixing. Only you can see these images.

    • Reserved: Images that you have moved from Pending Approval so that you can change them before they are published or images that are rejected by the administrator and are in the Rework category.

      You can reserve a shared image. When you reserve a shared image, there are two copies of it: the original shared image that only you can view and modify (the reserved copy) and the original shared image that is still available to other authorized users.

    • Shared: Images that have been published and are available to all authorized users.

    Description

    System automatically displays the description of the selected image. You can change this information, and enter a new description. If you do not enter any information, image name will be displayed in the Description field.

  6. Click the Browse button to locate the replacement image file you want to upload.

    Note:

    The graphic image types can be in gif, jpeg, jpg, and png formats.
  7. Click Save.

  8. Close the Image Manager.