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Login Page cutomization in SRM

Hi Guys,

Am working on the requirement where i need to customize the login page images and links in SRM 7.0,

i was not able to find the exact code....Please help me.

Thanks,

Vignesh.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Nov 09, 2011 at 12:29 PM

    Hi Vignesh ,

    to change the look-and feel for log in page .

    if your are portal using you need download the PAR file and you need to some code changes using NWDS tool

    if you using NWBC then you need to enhance the some class .

    let me know which one your using , so that i can give some solution .

    Thanks & Regards

    Pradeep Kumar Dondeti

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    • Former Member Vigneshwaran Odayappan

      Hi Vignesh ,

      Yes you need to use this class ZCL_ICF_NW07_LOGIN this class is used to generate Custom Login Page as per client requirement

      in this class go to this Method : CREATE_LOGIN_FORM after doing the necessary changes assign this to service

      Assign Class ZCL_ICF_NW07_LOGIN to SRM Service which is going to be used to call login page.

      Tcode : SICF & Location of Service : default_host -> sap-> bc -> nwbc -> srm

      hope this will help you .

      Thanks & Regards

      Pradeep Kumar Dondeti

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