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Please find a powerpoint presentation that explains the basic fabric of CLAF [Custom Look and Feel]. By default, the look and feel used by Oracle's self service pages is BLAF [Browser Look & Feel]. Using CLAF, you can create new custom skins for OA Framework pages.
Using this presentation, you will understand the concepts, and also various components that are involved in creating such skins.
The idea is to give you a good overview of this technology.
This presentation also touches base upon how you can implement custom skins in older version of Apps using custom.xss

 
Click here to view this powerpoint presentation
Note- If you are prompted a password, simply click read-only

In the next article, I will prepare a quick video demo to show the steps in defining a new skin.


Anil Passi

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0 #1 Jai 2008-04-22 11:26
Hi,

Can you please mail this pps as it is throwing when I am trying to open it.

Thanks,
Ja i
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0 #2 Anil Passi 2008-04-22 11:45
Jai

Please email me the screenshot of this error. I have sent you an email

Thanks
A nil
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0 #3 RNR 2008-04-23 14:26
Hi Anil

i am new to OAF . My requirement is to change the color of a column based on condition.i'm using jdev 9i
I have tried couple of includestyles to paint the cell with color but not able to achieve the desired results.
Atmost what I was able to achieve is to paint the background of the text uptill the text spans.But is doesn't paint the whole cell.
It will come like..
CODE:(Cu stom.xss)




none



RGB(255,0,0)



RGB(255,0,10)


in CO
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OAMe ssageStyledText Bean mstBean = (OAMessageStyle dTextBean)webBe an.findIndexedC hildRecursive(" serviceLevelID" );
OADataBoundValu eViewObject css = new OADataBoundValu eViewObject(mstBean, "value1CSS");
mstBean.setAttr ibuteValue(orac le.cabo.ui.UICo nstants.STYLE_C LASS_ATTR, css);
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im using Advanced Table region

Could you please suggest me ..

Thanks in Advance
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0 #4 PHE 2009-02-05 11:45
Hi,

Does it work with a 10g release of Oracle ?
I'm desperatly searching custom.xss file but cannot find it on the server.
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0 #5 Srujanaaouk 2009-10-15 02:14
Hi Anil

Good to see almost all the articles in the Portal.

What i am facing here is I am in 12.1.1 version and i am working on the Customization Look and Feel Responsibility where i am not able to identify with the different background and Foreground colours available there ans finally i am not able to get it along with the CLients requirement colous.

It would be great if you can provide me with any document or any presentation if u have any.

Thanks in advance.
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0 #6 Anne 2010-05-24 02:37
I am facing problem in downloading the ppt..can you pls mail me...very urgent.

Thanks n regards,
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