Theme Optimization Analyzer for WebSphere PortalAdded by IBM | Edited by IBM on January 8, 2014 | Version 7 (Show original)
|Use the Theme Optimization Analyzer to view, but not edit, all parts of the theme optimization framework inside of WebSphere Portal. With the portlet, you can easily see which pages have specific profiles that are set or inherited. You can also see which profiles are available and belong to which theme. Tags: 8.0, fast track, solutions catalog, solutions catalog, CTC, content template catalog, site builder, theme optimization analyzer, theme debugging, theme troubleshooting, theme analyzer, themeopt
Additionally you can browser and explore all aspects of the available modules: You can see what modules are loaded for a specific profile or all modules of the whole system. You can drill down into the dependency hierarchy to understand interdependencies and get different views on it, such as a parent view. The module explorer also features a rich search set so that you can easily find modules that contribute certain resources or capabilities, or browse all exposed data.
If you encounter problems, you can also export your set of data as a compressed file and share it with others. They can then import your data set and examine your profiles and modules.
Home is the welcome screen of the portlet and provides a selection of features that are supported by this portlet.
Installing the Theme Optimization AnalyzerParent topic: Fast Track documentation
Add the Theme Optimization Analyzer portlet as a new Theme Analyzer
page in the Administration
-> Portal Analysis
Examine page profiles
Use Examine page profile information
to explore the whole page hierarchy of the system and display information about the set themes and profiles per page. It also differentiates between inherited and explicitly set themes and profiles, and locates errors such as unknown profiles that might be set. It is a great tool to find errors in your deployment.
Use the modules sections to explore the modules of a specific profile or all of the modules available with the system, theme, or both.
Use the Contributions
section to explore contributions defined as part of modules. You can view the various types of contributions and subcontributions that are provided and the Reference Identifiers that are provided as part of the subcontributions within a tree.
Use the Capabilities
section to explore capabilities that are defined as part of modules. You can view the various names and versions in one list, with the modules that exposed them shown.
Use the validation portlet to verify that your theme contains no errors. The validation report analyzes your theme and theme components for known issues and reports the number of errors, warnings, and informational messages. It also includes a detailed explanation about how to fix the errors that occur.
If you need help with a theme issue, you can export your system data. Support personnel can then import and view your data as a simulated system to troubleshoot problems.