rajesh chinni commented on Jun 24, 2011

Re: Customizing the WCM Authoring Templates for Portal

Could you please help in one regard.

I got stuck in one issue with the Authoring Template.

While creating an Authoring Template--->under Default Content Properties-->There are 3 dates(Expiry Date,General Date One,General Date Two)

I want to change the order of "Expiry Date" and "General Date One".

Please let me know at the code level where can we change this.

Soren Mogensen commented on Jun 18, 2010

Customizing the WCM Authoring Templates for Portal

Now I realise that the comment functionality does not convert into &< and &>... the JSP path should be:

"/<context-root-of-web-app>;/<jsp-path-within-web-app>"

(Now I hope the wiki allows me to use &lt...)

Soren Mogensen commented on Jun 18, 2010

Customizing the WCM Authoring Templates for Portal

I would not recommend that users place JSPs under the WCM and rendering applications. Best practice would be to use a separate web application for such customizations - thus no risk of inadvertently removing JSPs when applying fixes to Portal/WCM.

The custom JSP path should be specified as "/;/".