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Oracle BI EE 10.1.3.3/2 – Customizing Login Screen

Posted by Venkatakrishnan J on December 11, 2007

I thought of picking up an older forum question for my blog entry today. The question is how do we go about customizing BI EE login screen? BI EE login screen primarily works (from the UI perspective) using the following style, stylesheets and XML messages.

1.   Logon.css – Stylesheet that sets the font sizes, background color etc
2.   LogonControlMessages.xml
3.   LogonMessages.xml
4.   ProductMessages.xml
5.   Utilmessages.xml
6.   sk_oracle10 – Base skin which provides the images for the login screen.

The login image of the login screen comes from the bglogon.jpg (this would be present in your base skin i.e {OracleBI}\web\app\res\sk_oracle10\b_mozilla_4.

      

In order to modify the above image, just create a new skin and put a new image under the same name as bglogon.jpg. For creating a new skin, check my blog entry here

The word Oracle Business Intelligence comes from the kmsgProductGeneral message in ProductMessages.xml (This file would be under {OracleBI}\web\msgdb\l_en\messages )

      

“Please enter your User ID and Password below, and then press the Log In button.” – This comes from kmsgAuthenticateRequestedContentRequiresLogon message of the logonmessages.xml (This file is present under {OracleBI}\web\msgdb\l_en\messages ).

      

The UserID, Password and the Login button all come from a message called kmsgLogonLanguageForm in logoncontrolmessages.xml (This file would be present under {OracleBI}\web\msgdb\messages).

      

Lastly the copyright messages come from the message kmsgNQuireLegalCopyright in utilmessages.xml (This file would be present under {OracleBI}\web\msgdb\l_en\messages).

      

In order to customize these messages check my blog entry here and here. Just a word of note: Some images like “Powered By Oracle” logo should not be modified since they would violate the license agreement. The above should give you an idea of the list of messages/images that you need to modify to get your desired customization.

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