IBM® WebSphere Portlet Factory Designer editing preferencesAdded by IBM on August 31, 2010 | Version 1 (Original)
|This table describes the WebSphere® Portlet Factory Designer editing preferences you can change.
This table describes the WebSphere® Portlet Factory Designer editing preferences you can change.
| WebSphere Portlet Factory Designer preference||Description|
|Browser Command||Enter the path to the Web browser to launch when running models. |
Note: Changing this setting effects new run configurations only, not existing run configurations.
|Override Properties File Location||Use this setting to specify the override.properties file to use. Settings in this file are used to replace default property settings established in preferences.ini and also determine log locations.|
Note: Changes made to the value of this field do not take effect until WebSphere Portlet Factory Designer is restarted.
|IBM Support Assistant Location||If you have IBM Support Assistant installed, specify the path used to launch it.|
|Show Hidden Objects||Enable this checkbox to set the WebApp view to show all the objects added by the builder calls to the WebApp. When you click Apply, all hidden objects are displayed in the WebApp View. |
Note: The variables, methods, LJOs, and so on designated as hidden objects by the developer do not show up in the Reference Chooser, regardless of the status of the Show Hidden Objects check box.
|Wrap View Data||Enable this check box to wrap text lines in various Domain viewers. |
The Domain viewers associated with the WebApp Tree view display the contents of WebApp objects (such as pages or methods) In some cases, viewing this information on a single line is useful. In other cases, the information is better displayed as wrapped text. Use this setting to enable wrapping.
|Expand view on opening builder||Expands the view when you open the builder.|
|Builder Call Editor||Select how you want to display builder call editors:|
Displays builder call editors as tabbed panels in the builder call editor view. You can open multiple builder call editors when you use this setting.Dialog Windows
Displays builder call editors as modal dialog boxes. You can open only one builder call editor when you use this setting.Note: A change in this setting effects models opened after the preferences are saved. To apply this setting to an open model, you must close and re-open the model.
Parent topic: About preferences: wpf7