INSTALLATION DOCUMENTS BY RAVI

Saturday, June 24, 2017

Steps to configure custom styles and logo in OBIEE 12c

  1.      Extract the file structure of a new skin
  2.      Rename THE SKIN NAME
  3.      Change the skin files
  4.      Deploy the shared folder as application in weblogic
  5.   Modify the instanceconfig.xml file
  6.      Restart the BI Presentation Service
  7.       Viewing the Modifications


Extract the file structure of the new skin:

Make a temporary directory at any location on the server and copy the bicustom-template.ear file to this temp directory







Extract the ear file












Extract the bicustom.war file














Now make a directory with name analyticsRes under the path $ORACLE_HOME/user_projects/domains/bi/servers/obips1







Move res and WEB-INF folders to newly created analyticsRes folder










Rename the skin name:
Browse to  $ORACLE_HOME/user_projects/domains/bi/servers/obips1/analyticsRes/res and rename the s_Custom directory to the name you wish






Update this name in filemap.xml file under res folder










Change the skin files:
Replace the logo image file you want to display on analytics page with oracle_logo.png under the location $ORACLE_HOME/user_projects/domains/bi/servers/obips1/analyticsRes/res/s_test/master with same name






















Deploy the shared folder as application in weblogic:
In the weblogic console, go to deployment,
Click on lock and edit
Install the new application



















Click on install



















Specify the path and select analyticsRes directory and click on next



















Select install this deployment as an application and click on next




















Select bi_cluster as target and click on next




















Select I will make the deployment accessible from following location and click on next



















Select yes, take me to the deployment’s configuration screen and click on Finish



















Click on configuration tab and add /analyticsRes to context Root and click on save



















Click ok



















Click on activate changes









Now start the newly created application
Click on deployments
Select the analyticsRes checkbox in the deployments table and click on start and then select Servicing all requests




























Click yes



















Newly created application was started successfully

Modifying instanceconfig.xml file:
Browse to $ORACLE_HOME/user_projects/domains/bi/config/fmwconfig/biconfig/OBIPS and modify the UI section and add the URL section in the instanceconfig.xml file as below













Save and close the file

Changing the title from Oracle Business Intelligence to CUSTOM NAME you want

Browse to $ORACLE_HOME/bi/bifoundation/web/msgdb/l_en/messages
Open the file productmessages.xml
Rename Oracle Business Intelligence to Ravi Kumar Lanke

Change the below line from 

<WebMessage name="kmsgHeaderBIBrandName"><TEXT>Oracle Business Intelligence</TEXT></WebMessage>

to

<WebMessage name="kmsgHeaderBIBrandName"><TEXT>Ravi Kumar Lanke</TEXT></WebMessage>


Save and close the file
Restart the obiee components and Login to analytics page and check




















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