WebFOCUS Application and Enterprise Editions

Publishing Content

When the portal is ready and all tenant workspaces and tenant workspace groups are prepared, you must make the portal and related workspaces available by changing them to Published status to make the portal and its contents available to all users with their appropriate level of access.

Assigning Customized Logos to Tenant Workspaces

The symbolic path defined in the Custom Theme CSS field of the centralized portal redirects the call for a theme to a customized CSS theme file in the workspace of the user who issued the request to run the portal. In turn, the customized CSS theme file includes a property that identifies the logo to use for the tenant workspace.

This two-stage link enables users to overcome the limitation of the variable file path that can only call a single file, and ensures that the appropriate logo and theme are called for when users open the portal.

Understanding the Configuration Requirements for Collaborative Portals That Use Multiple Themes or Logos

The configuration of a Collaborative Portal that supports multiple SaaS Tenant groups with varying themes and logos is a multiphase process that requires the creation of tenant workspaces for each tenant group and a separate workspace for the content portal.

As a best practice, we recommend that you use the following workflow when creating a Multi-SaaS Tenant portal using symbolic IBFS paths.

Security and Administration Best Practices PDF

This content describes the best practices for TIBCO WebFOCUS® security and administration. It is intended for system administrators.

Generating WebFOCUS Retail Demo Sample Data

You can generate WebFOCUS Retail Demo sample data and metadata using the WebFOCUS Server or DataMigrator Server, and use it to test WebFOCUS features with a consistent, preconfigured data source. This sample data set is also used in many examples in technical topics and videos, allowing you to follow along to get the same results.

You can generate these sample files using the following steps.

Creating Shortcuts

You can create shortcuts to repository files and Master files. Once a shortcut to a Master file is created, you can use it to build visualizations and reports. Once a shortcut to a repository file is created, you can copy, delete, edit, and run this item. You can also publish and share your shortcuts to make them available for other users and groups.

Note: Only users with the opShortcut privilege are able to create shortcuts. For more information on privileges, see the WebFOCUS Security and Administration technical content.