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Changing Design2003

Hi all,

in an older thread Brian McCellar posted:

'These new design2003 files can really only be modified with EP6. (Doing it with notepad is not really worth the time.) In EP6 there is an editor tool for handling complete customization of the actual theme...'

Now we have installed EP6 but cannot find the tool to modify css-files for design2003.

Who can describe how to find this tool in EP6?


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    Posted on Jun 15, 2004 at 03:19 PM

    Hello Norbert,

    first you need admin rights on the EP.

    Then go to System Administration->Portal Display. The "Theme Editor" is default.

    Open an existing style and save it with your own name. Re-logon to see your style as "My Themes".

    To find the css-file and the pictures for the unified rendering search the path of the j2ee for name of your theme.

    Re-Implement all the folders in the mime repository public-area of the SAP Web AS.

    At the end set the attribute of the htmlb-content tag:

    <htmlb:content id = "myID"

    design = "DESIGN2003"

    themeRoot = "/sap/bc/bsp/sap/public/<your folder>/" >

    This topic was discussed a time ago:

    Using Customer stylesheets in BSP

    Posted: Jan 29, 2004 9:25 PM

    Regards, Bernd

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