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Tips For Personalizing The E-Business Suite R12 Login Page To

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Oracle Applications Framework - Version 12.0.6 to 12.2.4 [Release 12 to 12.2]

Information in this document applies to any platform.
Steps applicable to Version 12.2.4 or Below ONLY.


One would like to personalize the Release 12 login page (MainLoginPG) to add
specific text, change the logo, etc.
This document describes the methods to achieve one's ends.

The screen shot below shows an example of login page with all the standard
elements displayed:


Steps outlined in this Document are applicable for E-Business Suite version 12.2.4 or
below ONLY.

1. Main attributes of the login page

In Release 12, the attributes of the login page are controlled thru the
Framework personalizations.
To change them one can either:
Enable the Personalize Region links by setting the 'Personalize Self-Service Defn'
profile option to 'Yes' at Site level (or at user level for
GUEST user) then click on the desired links on the login page


Go to 'Functional Administrator' responsibility => choose 'Personalizations' tab and

enter the value
"/oracle/apps/fnd/sso/login/webui" in the 'Document Path' field then click on the Go
The document names available are:


Click on the pencil icon (Personalize Page) for the document you want to change.
The 'Choose Personalization Context' will be displayed. Click on the 'Apply' button
to display the personalization page. It will show the personalization structure and the
item attributes. Select 'Complete View' radio button and click on the 'Expand All'
link. At this stage one can choose the desired item attribute. Click on the pencil icon
to edit.

a. Login zone
(document names: /oracle/apps/fnd/sso/login/webui/loginRG
, /oracle/apps/fnd/sso/login/webui/loginRN)

The following table lists the attributes that you can change:

Image: (corporateBrandingImage)
Image: people image
Image: globalTop image
Image: global image
Message Text Input: User Name
Message Text Input: Password
Submit Button: Submit
Submit Button: Cancel
Message Styled Text: Forgot your password
Message Styled Text: Register Here
Message Choice: Accessibility

One can edit the properties of an attribute. For instance, if one doesn't want an
attribute to be displayed, set the property 'Rendered' to false (e.g. Cancel button or
Accessibility field).

b. Language zone
(document name: /oracle/apps/fnd/sso/login/webui/LangImagesRN)

For instance if one has one language and don't want to display this zone, then change
the property 'Rendered' to false for the 'Table Layout'.

2. Message texts

A message text is used for certain attributes. The "Tip Message Name" property
allows you to change
the message name and use a customized message. Please note that is considered as
customization and
may be reverted by patches delivering new messages.

Below are the messages, with default value, used in the login page:

Message Name

To change the value of a standard message:

1. Go to "Application Developer" responsibility

2. Select "Messages" from the menu
3. Query the message name (e.g. "FND_SSO_USERNAME") then change the message
in the "Current Message Text" field from "User Name" to "User" (as
4. Save changes and exit
5. Clear cache and bounce Apache to see the change
3. Corporate branding logo

The profile option "Corporate Branding Image for Oracle Applications" controls the
corporate branding image "ORACLE" displayed at the top of all OA Framework
If no value is set for this profile, OA Framework renders the default corporate
branding image
by using the $OA_MEDIA/FNDSSCORP.gif file.

If one changes the value of this profile with the name of the custom image file, it is
recommended to keep the standard size
i.e. 155*20 pixels for the image. The new company logo will be displayed in all
pages except in the login page because the "FNDSSCORP.gif " file name is hard
coded in MainLoginPG.xml.

Hence if one wants to change the corporate branding image with a different logo and
thus in all pages including the login page the simplest solution is to:

a. Rename the FNDSSCORP.gif file for backup

b. Edit the FNDSSCORP.gif with your preferred graphic software
c. Log out and log into the Applications
d. One should see the new logo at the top of all the page (including the login page)

NOTE: One should clear the middle tier cache from functional administrator to get
the custom logo visible in load balanced environment.

In case one wants a different logo for the login page then the only (non
supported) solution consists in editing the
$FND_TOP/mds/sso/login/webui/MainLoginPG.xml file,


<oa:image id="corporateBrandingImage" source="/OA_MEDIA/FNDSSCORP.gif" />


<oa:image id="corporateBrandingImage" source="/OA_MEDIA/<your file name>" />

Of course one will need to import the customized MainLoginPG.xml into the MDS
using the XMLImporter tool (please review Note 344204.1 for the exact command

You may also need to change the background color or motif of the top banner
displaying the logo image.
For this modify the $OA_HTML/cabo/images/swan/headerBg.jpg to your own image
and colors (the size is 1450*100 pixels)

4. Footer
Different elements are displayed at the bottom of the page:

About this page

- Go to System Administrator responsibility => Profile => System

- Change the value of 'FND: Diagnostics' profile option to "Yes" to display this link.

Privacy Statement and Copyright

As per Oracle's Privacy and Security policy, customers deploying Oracle

Applications should add a Privacy Statement of their own.
If Oracle's Privacy Statement exists, it should be removed or replaced with the
Company's own Privacy Statement.

You can do it using either of the following:

Using Functional Administrator

a. Select Functional Administrator responsibility

b. Click the Personalization tab
c. In Document Path, enter /oracle/apps/fnd/framework/webui/OAFooter
d. Click the Go button
e. Click the Personalize Page (pencil icon)
f. Click the Apply button
g. Select Personalize (pencil icon) in "Link: Privacy Statement"
h. In the this page "Personalize Region: Standard Footer" you can change the item
Privacy (Destination URI and Text properties)
and the item Copyright (Prompt property)
i. Make sure "Rendered" is set to true, or to Remove the Privacy Statement, set the
'Rendered' property to 'False' at required level
j. Click Apply button
k. Logout

Using Personalize Page link

a. Set system profile "Personalize Self-Service Defn" to Yes

b. Use the Functional Administrator to clear the java cache as documented in Note:
742107.1 - reference: To clear middle tier cache in release 12:
c. Click the Personalize Page link
d. Click on the Choose Context button.
e. In the Scope LOV, select OA Footer
f. Click the Apply button
(the document name should be/oracle/apps/fnd/framework/webui/OAFooter)
g. Select Personalize (pencil icon) in "Link: Privacy Statement"
h. In the this page "Personalize Region: Standard Footer" you can change the item
Privacy (Destination URI and Text properties)
and the item Copyright (Prompt property)
i. Make sure "Rendered" is set to true, or to Remove the Privacy Statement, set the
'Rendered' property to 'False' at required level
j. Click Apply button
k. Set "User Personalizations" to True and Logout / login for the changes to take

You may also need to change the background color or motif of the bottom banner
displaying the links.
For this modify the $OA_HTML/cabo/images/swan/footerBg.jpg to your own image
and colors.

Note that these changes will apply on all pages.

5. Entering custom text with html code on login page for R12

To add text at the end of the login screen and before the footer, do the following:

a. Click on 'Personalize Table Layout' on the login page.

b. Under 'Personalization Structure', enable the radio button for 'Complete View' and
click on 'Expand All'.
c. On the 'Cell Format: (region24)', click on the 'Create Item'.
d. Under 'Item Style' choose 'Raw Text'.
e. Enter the 'ID' and the 'Text'. In 'Text', one can use <BR> for a carriage return.
f. Return to the application and view.

6. Other modifications

Using JDeveloper tool you can create Framework Extensions or own messages in the
Messages Dictionary thru AOL responsibility, etc. This is considered a customization
and thus not supported by Oracle.

Warning: the Login page being an access to E-Business Suite, be careful when doing
personalizations and customizations.


NOTE:849752.1 - R12 Login Page: How to Personalize the Logo ?

NOTE:315865.1 - How To Remove The Oracle Privacy Statement Link From SSHR
Page in OA Framework 11.5.10 ?
NOTE:1066683.1 - Entering custom text with html code on login page

NOTE:357458.1 - How to Change the Privacy Statement URL to a Custom URL in


NOTE:468971.1 - Tips For Personalizing The E-Business Suite 11i & 12i Login
Page (AppsLocalLogin)
NOTE:1272885.1 - How to Hide the Privacy Statement and Copyright Statement
from iRecruitment External Candidate Pages
NOTE:436092.1 - Privacy Statement is not Hidden in iRecruitment Visitor Home
Page even though Personalization has been Created
NOTE:579917.1 - How to Personalize Login page in R12?
NOTE:344204.1 - How to use XMLImporter/XMLExporter to import/export
NOTE:391554.1 - Oracle Application Framework Documentation Resources,
Release 12
NOTE:473539.1 - How to Replace the Globe and People Images of the Release 12
Login Page

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