You can open Tabs... using the View menu. This provides you with an overview of tabs open in the Web Designer.
To get an overview of open tabs
- In the View menu, select the Tabs menu item.
This opens the Tabs dialog with a list of open tabs.
- In the list, mark the relevant tab you want to work with and select one of the following actions:
- Close the tab
TIP: You can multi-select by selecting items in the list whilst holding the Ctrl key.
- Close the dialog.
To call up the context menu, right-click any node. The content of the menu depends on the type of node clicked ("context-sensitive"). The top section of the context menu contains the node types and all available wizards that can be inserted into the currently selected node type.
The following wizards are available:
- Insert bundling node
Eases the task of structuring nodes hierarchically later on. A node of the type Container is created above the currently selected node and the currently marked node is inserted in the new container.
- Create data display
This wizard creates forms, form elements, or grid views from available data. You will find this wizard on a Container-type node, for example. For more information, see Create data display.
- Create/Embed Report
Generates views from previously generated reports that are stored in the database. This wizard is available on action nodes. For more information, see Embedding reports.
If a defined number of node types is exceeded, the nodes will be re-bundled beforehand. Some node types do not allow additional node types to be pasted into them. In such cases, the context menu begins with the Cut function. All other functions are either available or disabled, depending on the type of node and its position in the definition tree window.
Table 17: Functions in the context menu
||This function is available insofar as the node in question was not added automatically to the definition tree. Any child nodes for the selected node are also cut.|
||This function is always available. All subordinated nodes are likewise copied.|
||This function is available if the clipboard contains a node that is also in the list of nodes that can be inserted in the currently selected node.|
||This function is available insofar as the node in question was not added automatically to the definition tree. All nodes that are subordinate to the selected node are likewise deleted. You can multi-select nodes with the Ctrl key to apply the function once to all selected nodes.|
||This function is available for controls and action nodes. Use this function in debugger mode to halt rendering at the selected points. You can multi-select nodes with the Ctrl key to apply the function once to all selected nodes.|
||This function opens a dialog, in which to add a description of the bookmark. The object is then labeled with a bookmark in the definition tree view. For more information, see Bookmarks.|
||This function opens Save as. In this process, the XML definition of the selected node and all of its subordinate nodes are saved in the file.|
||This function opens File selection. where a previously exported definition tree structure can be selected. If the structure that is to be imported is compatible with the selected node, the structure will be inserted below it.|
|Move up and Move down
||This functions shift the position of the selected node within its branch. These functions are available if the node in question was not inserted automatically and if the current position of the selected node allows for the realization of the relevant action.|
|Undo and Redo
||This functions are available if the relevant actions were carried out. Undo undoes the previous action, whereas the Redo restores the prior state.|
|Search object references
Search all references, which reference the current object. If the search is successful, the object references are displayed with position, module, and object type.
If the search is for a reference within a collection, the results are grouped by related columns.
||This function opens a dialog in which various search parameters can be entered (Ctrl + F). For more information, see Find and replace.|
||This function continues the current search using the current search parameters andmarks the next relevant node. The search is run even if the Search dialog is not open.|
The preview window shows how a specific web application will look and respond in the browser. This means that the preview window can be used to test out the entire functionality of all buttons, links, and so on. The displayed view is rendered using Internet Explorer, which is installed in the current client. The preview is displayed in the Web Designer preview area.
NOTE: Other browsers or other versions of the same browser can generate views other than that you see in the preview. To avoid display errors, conduct layout tests for the web application with specific browsers and browser versions.
NOTE: The preview function also writes data to the database or deletes database objects if this function is performed by the user. You need to be careful when you test the corresponding functions.
The preview window integrates a toolbar of its own, most of whose functions are used to manage debugging mode. When the debugger is activated, program functions are realized step by step rather than dynamically, thus enabling you to see which program step is actually being realized and the results yielded by the step. In addition, with the debugger activated, you can navigate at will to the query or data schema window.
Table 18: Additional toolbar functions in the preview
|One node back/forward.
Use Back and Forward to navigate backward or forward between selected objects in the history in the Web Portal preview mode. However, the history is not shown here.
||Zoom in on preview.
The preview window switches to full screen mode. All other Web Designer windows are covered. The resolution defined for the preview window is disregarded here. This button is only active with the window in a docked state.
View HTML source.
The button is enabled after compiling has successfully completed. It opens a popup window containing the HTML source code generated by the Web Designer. You can debug directly in the source code.
|Window size: 1024 x 768
Customize window size.
This option is only available when the window is not docked. You can open the list with the arrow and select a value from the listed monitor resolutions. After selecting a resolution, the preview is automatically set to this size. This makes it possible to estimate whether the web application required scrollbars. The available space in the web browser to be used also plays a significant role as well as the number of items shown in the menu bar.
Use this button to swap from the mobile view to the desktop view.
||Use this button to swap from the desktop to the mobile view.|
||Language allows you to set the language for the preview. You can choose from the languages in which you have logged in to the Web Designer or other One Identity Manager tools. For more detailed information about login languages, see the One Identity Manager Configuration Guide.|
In the address bar, you can see the web application URL as in a browser. You can enter additional URL parameters either here or in the browser in which you opened the web application. Parameter examples:
- imx_layout: This parameter accepts the values tablet and desktop.
- imx_culture: This parameter accepts the values de-DE and en-US.
To enter a parameter with a value
- Click the address bar next to the URL in the preview window.
- Enter the following data, for example:
- Press Return.
You preview changes to mobile view.
NOTE: Entering a URL parameter works in the same way as the and buttons as well as the Language options box.