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For ERP LN feature pack upgrade, what method of install are you using?
Installation Wizard into existing VRC
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Manual into existing VRC
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Manual into new VRC
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Old 8th July 2014, 17:02
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Background Color WEBUI
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Hi Gurus

Is it possible to change the background color in Webui ?
(for differenttiation Test and Prod. Server)
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Hi,

Yes, you can even add Background wallpaper to WebUI. You need to log in to Admin Console for that.
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Old 9th July 2014, 10:37
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OK,

could you please explain, how to do this ?


thanks in advance
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Hi,

Your WebUI login URL might be something like this:-

http://server_name_or_address/webui/servlet/login?

Just make it

http://server_name_or_address/webui/servlet/admin

Now, the credentials for Administartor are stored in webtop.xml file in ese directory I guess. The default is I guess:-

Username:- admin
Password:- admin/administrator
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Old 9th July 2014, 10:53
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thanks,

found the menu in Webui admin.

One question more :
what is the resoultion for the jpg backgrund image, so i had a fullscreen new background ?

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You can go ahead and try different resolutions and choose the best.
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Hi Martin, Hi bhu,

Sorry this is a quiet old topic but i'm interested, can you tell me where do you :quote: "found the menu in Webui admin."

Thanks !
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Hi,

You just need to log in with the Webui Admin console.

For that, you need to use URL like -

http://host_name: portnumber/.../servelet/admin

Default username is administrator
Default password is webui

You will find the company logo option there. Follow the steps mentioned in the above posts.
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Background color LNUI

Hello everybody,
Is it possible to choose different colors and/or logos to differentiate environments with the very new 10.5 lnui (no more webui) admin console?
It seems that with HTML5 and lnui, it's no more possible.
Is there a trick, maybe directly in some configuration xml files or elsewhere?
Thanks in advance for all your help.
Anyways, I wish the whole baanboard community a very happy 2017 year!
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Sensitivity Labeling

u can use "Sensitivity Labeling" to set a color per company ...or
for different evnironments
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Document code U8854O US
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Chapter 17 Sensitivity Labeling......................................................................................................187
Sensitivity labeling....................................................................................................................187
Concept...........................................................................................................................187
To configure sensitivity labeling......................................................................................187
Runtime behavior............................................................................................................188
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Thanks to Rochus and NPRao for your answers.
I had never used the sensitivity labels before, so I tried this afternoon.
I manage to set and open sessions with a sensitive label above via LNUI or directly via bwc. But it seems long to link every session with sensitive label. There is no generic character to convert a lot of sessions in one time...
This solution is inside LN and is useful anyways. So Thanks again.

I haven't found how to change the color of the menus and/or windows of the LN explorer directly from the LNUI console or inside LN maybe.
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There is no generic character to convert a lot of sessions in one time...
You can write a simple 3-GL to query the table ttadv200 (Sessions) and insert the session code into the table - ttaad352 (Maintain Sensitivity level of Reports and Sessions).
You can set it for all companies or specific company and color codes.
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I haven't found how to change the color of the menus and/or windows of the LN explorer directly from the LNUI console or inside LN maybe.
What is the actual need to change the colors?
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