The menu bar of the Web Portal contains the Help button. The One Identity Manager Web Designer Web Portal User Guide can be opened from this help function.
The Web Designer gives you the option to extend the guide and to modify it with your Web Portal custom modifications. You can add text content as well as visuals and logos. To add a help archive, copy the current zip files (Help_WebPortal_DE.zip and/or Help_WebPortal_EN.zip) into the Web Designer directory. Automatic updating keeps these up-to-date. Custom help is maintained as a zip file under the project files.
If you are in Project files, the Add help archive function is available in the toolbar. This archive is required to make changes or extensions to existing default One Identity Manager Web Designer Web Portal User Guide. A new help archive is added in the definition tree view when you select this function.
Select the project to which to assigned the help archive in the top part of the view. All existing projects are listed under Projects. Then enter the language of your choice. A file name is generated from the selected project and language.
This file name cannot be configured. The lower part lists HTML documents, CSS documents and default help mappings. By double-clicking (or right-clicking) on an HTML document, for example, you can assigned custom help.
The selected file can be edited using Export.... You cannot edit directly in the Web Designer.
After you have finished editing the file, you must import it again into the Web Designer. The imported file is immediately available. You can even add your own HTML documents to the help archive. Custom help files replace the files from the default help archive after processing. You cannot delete default help files.
The help folders are regenerated if the help function is called in the Web Portal or if a help file is changed is one of the help archives default or custom).
Existing help files are updated if a new version is loaded. Custom help files are not overwritten.
You have the same function available to you when you right-click a selected file as in the menu bar. You also have the option to change the file name.
Deletes the selected file after confirming the security prompt.
Opens the default Windows dialog for saving the selected file to a data storage medium.
Opens the default Windows dialog to select a file for importing.
Adds a new folder in the selected directory.
You can add files to the folder with Import....