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How To Remove the "End User Layer" Option Customize Discoverer 10g Or 11g Connection Page (Doc ID 342255.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Discoverer - Version to [Release 10.1.2 to 11g]
Information in this document applies to any platform.Goal

This note describes how to remove the option "End User layer" option in the Discoverer 10g (10.1.2)  or 11g (11.1.1) Plus and Viewer connection page under the connect directly section.

This text field for entering the EUL is optional one, so it can be removed. If there is only one EUL, then the user will be connected to it automatically.  If there is more than one, then a list of values will be presented on the next screen.

The purpose of this document is to provide instructions for UIX file modifications that customers may need to meet additional requirements over and beyond the functionality provided by the Oracle Enterprise Manager Application Server Control.

  • It is recommended that users use the functionality provided in the Oracle Enterprise Manager Application Server Control to make changes to the User Interface (UI) and the look and feel of Discoverer Pages.
  • The changes documented are not supported by Oracle. While the changes documented have been tested on a limited number of platforms, these changes are provided without any claims to their accuracy.
  • It is strongly recommended that you make appropriate backups before attempting any of the steps described in this document. Additionally, your changes could be overwritten by future patching.
  • If you do make any changes to any UIX, UIT or any other files that are shipped with Oracle Business Intelligence Discoverer, and if you run into issues, you must reproduce those issues on a machine without these modifications for Oracle to provide support.



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