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Enable banner toggle with attributes

Idea ID 2854266

Enable banner toggle with attributes

To create a vital banner (header, footer) so admins and users can distinguish between environments in the UI, one must (after a refresh of test from prod, or after an upgrade), in Toad modify TS_SYSTEMSETTINGS > Data > ShowClassificationBanners, change TS_LONGVALUE to 1, Commit; open Sys Admin (which action apparently still, in 11.5, automatically does a GET of database files); modify the banner header and footer in the application engine, including color code; do a PUT of files to the database in Sys Admin, and if you're lucky, the banner files are the way you left them; and in Sys Admin > Settings > HTML, change the production default to reflect the actual environment. 

Instead, how about a function in say, App Admin, or App Repository, or Sys Admin, or Configurator, to enable the banner, enter the desired text; select the color with code or from the usual visual color selection utility (have both available), and automatically do a PUT, with a reminder to restart the Worldwide Web service.

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