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Changing Text for Add to Favorites Link

Does anyone know how we can change the label for the Add to Favorites link that is displayed on the page details icon?

We've searched all over assuming it is in a properties file somewhere but we have not been able to find it.

Thanks.

EP6 SP2

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    Posted on Jun 03, 2005 at 04:53 PM

    Hi Brandon,

    actually it is in a properties file within com.sap.portal.navigation.pagetoolbar.par

    Unrar the file from the deployment directory and go to "PORTAL-INF\private\classes". You'll find there pagetoolbar_nls.properties and pagetoolbar_nls_en.properties with "PAGE_TOOLBAR_FAV_LABEL=Add to Favorites".

    Hope this helps,

    Robert

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      Hi Robert,

      Thanx for this. I was also looking for the same. I will check this out and see if it is working for me.

      I have few queries:

      1) Changing this will update all the iView/page toolbars of portal..right?

      2) Can we include some more property in the Options of the iView toolbar such as a "mailto" link or something as "Feedback" which wil open up the Mail Client.

      Or something else, basically any new link with some functionality associated?

      3)I did the same kind of modification of changing the properties files on the appintegrator PAR file where it shows the message of "No Usermapping done.." if you havent done the UserMapping for a System and then trying to access the iView based on appintegrator...uptill here.its OK..i can modify the text to display my custom Text. But my req. is that can i display formatted Text here?

      Such as a messge in 2 lines or some bold word etc. If i press enter in the message,it still appears in a single line and with \n\t...\n\t also gets displayed 😔

      Regards

      Gaurav Gandhi

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