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I am attempting to change the theme in a BSP application by changing values in ur_ie6.css through the theme editor in se80. When I create and assign the custom theme, I can see the new theme is not being used in the BSP page when it is called in the web browser. I made a simple change by changing the color of urTxtEmph to red instead of #000. But when I call the stylesheet directly thats reference in view source it is still returning the value #000.

Steps I took.

1. Created a custom Theme

2. Included the Object sap/public/bc/ur/Design2002/themes/sap_tradeshow/ur/ur_ie6.css

3. Downloaded the ur_ie6.css to the desktop

4. Changed the urTxtEmph color and saved

5. Uploaded the ur_ie6.css to the custom theme.

6. Assigned the theme to the BSP application.

When i hit the test page in the browser I can view source and hit the the referenced link

<link id="urstyle" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/sap/public/bc/ur/Design2002/themes/sap_tradeshow/ur/ur_ie6.css?">

When I do I can see its not hitting my modified theme. What am I missing to make the page hit my modified theme and not use the public theme?



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  • Posted on Oct 11, 2005 at 03:22 PM

    You might get a better/quicker answer in the BSP forum.


    Rich Heilman

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  • Posted on Oct 11, 2005 at 03:38 PM

    You are combining two different theme concepts. The old theme concept inside SE80 (that can still be assigned to a BSP application from its application properties screen) is obsolete and has absolutely nothing to do with themes like SAP_TRADESHOW.

    Those themes must be set via the sap-theme url parameter or set via the <htmlb:content> element.

    There are several weblogs on the proper way to alter SAP themes. One option is to copy the entire theme and then edit the files you want to change. ALFS is another option and probably the best way to go if you just want to make a simple color change. Of course there is the entire Netwever standalone theme editor. The same steps for editing themes in WebDynpro can also be applied to BSP.

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