Gordon Kwan Absent Member.
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Develop Customized JSP

Can anyone point me to any documents or URL to develop customized JSP for PPM?
I have a set of JSP pages needed to be developed and integrate into PPM. So to users, it would be perceived as part of PPM.

Thanks.

PPM 8.0 SP2
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Contributor.. Sascha Mohr Contributor..
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Re: Develop Customized JSP

Chapter 5 of the document called Customizing the Standard Interface describes what to do to modify JSPs and how these are assembled. If you want to create your own pages, you should look for a simple one in PPM with rather static content, then find the JSP in the file system, make a copy and modify that copy to include your custom content.
Finally, to make these new JSPs available to your users, you could add custom entries in your menu. Chapter 3 of the same doc explains how to read and modify the menu.xml file.
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Gordon Kwan Absent Member.
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Re: Develop Customized JSP

Thanks for the prompt reply.

I was refering to develop new JSP pages that will integrate into PPM.

The document explain how to change the existing pages only. Or am I missing something here?

Can you please enlighten me?
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Contributor.. Sascha Mohr Contributor..
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Re: Develop Customized JSP

Let's say you copy a not too complex existing JSP like /itg/web/knta/crt/RequestCreateList.jsp and start from there.
Or you construct it more or less from scratch. It should include:
<%@ page errorPage="../global/Error.jsp" %>

... your content goes here ...


above, these are relative URLs, depending on where you place your cutom JSPs you may need to adjust them.
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