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Identity Manager 8.0 - Web Designer Reference Guide

Web Designer Editor Web Designer Structures and Functions The Web Designer Object Model Working with the Web Designer Web Project Configuration Options Customizing the Web Portal Basics of Web Designer Programming Compiling and Debugging Monitoring Frequent Tasks in the Web Portal

Configuring a Web Project

To configure a web project, you edit configuration keys in Settings... in the definition tree view.

To configure a web project

  1. Click Edit in the menu bar.
  2. Select Web project in the Configure project sub-menu.

    The Configure project tab is displayed with the existing configuration sections.

    Note: If the debugging environment is disabled or the web application does not run properly, you may have to compile the web project first before the data can be displayed.

    Note: The Configure project view is the same as the view you see in the definition tree view under Settings....

  3. Open the relevant configuration section.

    This displays the configuration key stored under the configuration section.

Finding a Specific Configuration Key

To find a special configuration key

  1. Perform one of the following tasks.
    1. Enter part or the entire search term on the Configure project tab and click .
    2. Open Options by clicking on .

    A select of options is displayed, which you can use for searching. The following options are available:

    Table 36: Configuration key search options
    Option Description
    parameter Searches in parameters only.
    Key Searches in keys only.
    Description Searches in descriptions only.
    File Name Searches in file names only
    Only from type Searches in a specific parameter-type only.

    NOTE: The option Only from type also has a menu from which you can select a parameter type.

  2. Enable one or more options or edit a setting in the option box and click .

    Configuration keys matching your search criteria are displayed.

  3. Mark the configuration key of your choice.

    More information concerning the selected configuration key can be found under Details.

    NOTE In the Details view you can find more detailed information on the configuration key for the configuration section implemented in the Object definition view in the definition tree view. Depending on which parameter type is used for the configuration key, different entry options for editing configuration keys are available in the Settings... view.
  4. Enter the value - Is equivalent to standard value in the Value (custom) column, by clicking .
  5. Perform one of the following tasks.
    1. Open the wizard and click .
    2. Click to jump to the definition object.

      A new tab is opened in the definition tree view and the corresponding node is marked in the Object definition view.

    3. Set the custom value back to default by clicking and confirming the prompt.

    Note: Different editing options for the configuration key values are described in more detail in the following sections on individual parameter types.

The following parameter type can be assigned to a configuration key:

  • Boolean value
  • SQL filter condition
  • Selection from value list
  • Free text
  • Property list
  • Image
  • Color value
  • Color dictionary

Finding References to a Configuration Key

Web Designer can display all the places where a specific configuration key is used.

To view references for a configuration key

  1. Mark a configuration key in the Configure project tab.

    For more information, see Finding a Specific Configuration Key.

  2. Click Show definition object under Details.

    The definition object in which the configuration key is defined is marked in the definition tree view.

  3. Click the marked definition object and select Search object references from the context menu.

    The object references corresponding to the search are listed in a dialog box.

  4. Double-click a reference to access more details in the Node editor view.

Calling up the "Settings" view

In the "Settings..." view Call

Note: A database object must be selected to be edited in the definition tree view.

  • Click the Settings... button in the definition tree view.

    NOTE: If several configuration keys exist, they are grouped together in one configuration section. You can expand the configuration sections to go to the configuration key of your choice.
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