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Where can I find location"pcd:portal_content/com.sap.pct/..."?

I want to do some customizing on standard page template. Want to know where can I find location"pcd:portal_content/com.sap.pct/...".

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 02:16 PM

    Hi Thomas,

    In your example, you are searching for an iView located under the PCD path '<i>pcd:portal_content/com.sap.pct/every_user/general/iViews/com.sap.km.iviews/com.sap.km.urlaccess/com.sap.km.docs</i>' (which maps to the PCD tree path '<i>Portal content -> Content provided by SAP -> End user content - > Standard Portal Users -> iViews -> com.sap.km.iviews -> URL Access -> KM Document iView</i>').

    You can search for this iView by following these steps:

    1- Logon as a portal content administrator

    2- Go to the tab '<i>Content Administration</i>'

    3- Select the tab '<i>Search</i>'

    4- For the search selection fields

    >> Select '<i>Entire Portal Catalog</i>' for '<i>Search in</i>'

    >> Select '<i>iView</i>' for '<i>Object Type</i>' (in your example you a looking for an iView object)

    >> Enter the text you are searching for the search input field (in your example you could enter '<i>com.sap.km.docs</i>' or '<i>docs</i>')

    >> Check the '<i>Name</i>' and '<i>ID</i>' check boxes

    5- Click '<i>Start Search</i>'

    6- The search results displays all objects matching your search criteria (in your example you should get at least 2 iviews - one for the iview and one for the template iview)

    7- You can then '<i>Edit</i>' or '<i>Locate in catalog</i>' the object by using the object contextual menu (i.e. right-click on it)

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Joseph

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    Posted on Nov 28, 2007 at 02:24 PM

    Hi

    You can do a search in the portal.

    Log in as administrator or content administrator, click on search and then type the object id (or you can use wild character * ) to search in the PCD.

    Hope this helps

    -Mike

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