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User Interface outlook and view; replace Novell logos


Hi,

I am running Novell IDM 4.0

I would like to re-design/re-modify the User Interface, to give it a
more personal feel/touch.

By this, I mean : replace the Novell pictures/logos with my own
pictures/logos, such as : our company logo, etc

Is this even possible in Novell IDM ?

There is no mention of this anywhere in the Novell online documentation,
so I initially assumed that it's not even possible (?)

And, I searched this forum for something similar, but I seem to be the
first person to raise the issue (LOL)

Thanks


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Re: User Interface outlook and view; replace Novell logos

On 08/30/2013 03:54 AM, stavae wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> I am running Novell IDM 4.0
>
> I would like to re-design/re-modify the User Interface, to give it a
> more personal feel/touch.
>
> By this, I mean : replace the Novell pictures/logos with my own
> pictures/logos, such as : our company logo, etc
>
> Is this even possible in Novell IDM ?
>
> There is no mention of this anywhere in the Novell online documentation,
> so I initially assumed that it's not even possible (?)
>
> And, I searched this forum for something similar, but I seem to be the
> first person to raise the issue (LOL)
>
> Thanks
>
>

Greetings,
This is outline in the Administration Guide under "Theme
Administration"

https://www.netiq.com/documentation/idm402/agpro/data/b6iiw3v.html#b6ij5tu


You have two options.

#1 "Customizing a Theme's Branding" is where you utilize one of our two
themes and simply change out the images via the Administration Page, as
outlined in the documentation.

#2 "Defining a Custom Theme" is where you create your own custom theme,
put it in a new war file (not the User Application war file), deploy
that war in the same container as the User Application, and add the
reference to it. This is also outlined in the documentation.


I would start with #1 and see if that accomplishes your needs. If it
does not then, you will have to create your own theme.

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Sincerely,
Steven Williams
Lead Software Engineer
NetIQ
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