custom header

Nick shared this question 17 days ago
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Hi,

While referring to https://wiki.yellowfinbi.com/display/user80/Custom+Header+and+Footer

It seems that in some environments(8x), there is the need to rename the file as logo_header1.gif or logo.svg, otherwise it doesn't get picked up. Cache is cleared every time.

Would you know how this file is being picked by any chance?

Thanks,

Nick

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Hi Nick,

When you say you have to rename the file, do you mean that the default names mean that the standard Yellowfin logo is shown, or rather a blank space?

Kind regards,

Chris

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Hi Chris,

Renamed as logo_header1.gif or logo.svg

Thanks,

Nick

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Hi Nick,

Hope you had a good weekend!

Apologies if I'm not following your original question. The file must be placed in the folder \Yellowfin\appserver\webapps\ROOT\customimages - Yellowfin detects if there is a file in the folder with the same name, matching that in the images folder and replaces it accordingly.

When choosing the file to use, Yellowfin should do that check on boot and requires a restart. Are you saying that your environments are not finding the file on boot?

Kind regards,

Chris

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Hi Chris,

It is grabbing the custom image, but in one environment, it is grabbing the header_logo1.gif, while in another environment it is grabbing the logo.svg file.

Thanks,

Nick

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Hi Nick,

Thanks for clarifying there.

Can I get info.jsp files for both environments? I might have to do some testing to see if I can replicate the behaviour and then put it to the dev team to see what the supposed behaviour should be.

Kind regards,

Chris