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No Parameter to set Display Height or Width size for Page Content Area (Doc ID 1328123.1)

Last updated on MARCH 12, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Portal - Version 11.1.1.4.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Unable to set the Page content Display region height and width parameters in navigation menu while displaying a link.

The content of the link is displayed inside a frame in page content area. There is no way to control the height and width setting in a content region after using a navigation menu to display a link, neither in composer nor in JDeveloper.

This raises a need  for display formatting parameters to be set for the height and width of the Page Content display area when we use side Navigation.

Below is simple testcase to reproduce:-

1. Create a Space, create a new side navigation based template (or copy "Fusion Side Navigation") and associate the created side navigation template to the Spaces.

2. Edit the navigation model and add a link based Navigation to a URL of a lengthy HTML (e.g. use link like http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/indexes/documentation/index.html) to test and save and close.

3. Create a new page and access the link from the side navigation, it displays the content of above link in step 2. The requirement is to stretch the content without displaying it within an IFrame with scroll bar OR a parameter to manually set its height/ width.

There is no OOTB parameter like in the Properties of the Side Navigation menu (click the wrench like icon in page template edit mode), and set the
Layout to "Stretch" in Display Options tab of "Component Properties: Box"  dialog.

There is no editable component directly in the page display region of the taskflow to manipulate the height/width at runtime nor in JDev.

Cause

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