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How can Layouts, Skins, and Search Templates be Controlled for New and Existing Users (Doc ID 463734.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 27, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Content - Version 7.5.1 to 7.5.2 [Release Stellent]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

There are several config entries that can be use to control the skins, layouts and
search templates for users. You can use these settings to control the look of the Content Server.

DisableAmberLayouts Enabling this setting will force all users to use the Classic Layout.
This setting will disable the use of all other layouts and will set the layout for all users to "Classic", for example:

DisableAmberLayouts=true

LmDefaultLayout The name of the layout used by guests, and new users. The default is Trays,
but it can be set to "Trays" "Top Menus" or "Classic", for example:

LmDefaultLayout=Trays
LmDefaultLayout=Top Menus
LmDefaultLayout=Classic

LmDefaultSkin The name of the skin used by guests, and new users. The default is Stellent but it can be set to Collegiate or Windows, for example:

LmDefaultSkin=Stellent
LmDefaultSkin=Collegiate
LmDefaultSkin=Windows

XuiSearchTemplate This sets a default search template for all users. Users will still be able to choose a different template from the actions pulldown on the search page to display their results. Users can change their Search Template using User Profile, but the value will be overridden by the value that is set for XuiSearchTemplate, for example:

XuiSearchTemplate=slim
XuiSearchTemplate=dam
XuiSearchTemplate=myview
XuiSearchTemplate=none

DefaultXuiSearchTemplate This sets the search template for new and anonymous users. Users can then change the search template using User Profile to a different value. Values for DefaultXuiSearchTemplate can be 'slim', 'dam', 'myview', or 'none', for example:

DefaultXuiSearchTemplate=slim
DefaultXuiSearchTemplate=dam
DefaultXuiSearchTemplate=myview
DefaultXuiSearchTemplate=none

When using this setting, the values represent:

none = Classic search
slim= Headline search
dam = Dam search
myview= My custom search template

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