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ERP 2.50:Developers Guide/How to customize the Openbravo look and feel/it



Questo how-to, spiega come creare un modulo che contiene una skin. Creeremo un modulo di esempio chiamato Esempio Skin, con il nome del package Java org.openbravo.examples.skinexample.

Per ulteriori documentazione sulle skins di Openbravo ERP , consultare l'articolo Skins look and feel.

Per ulteriori documentazione su artefatti UI di Openbravo ERP, consultare l'articolo Look and feel .


Creazione della struttura del modulo e dei file

Creare la seguente struttura di cartelle


Create in questa posizione


Questi file (con il contenuto):


@import url(Openbravo_ERP_250.css);


@import url(Openbravo_ERP_250.css);


@import url(../../Default/Openbravo_ERP_250.css);


@import url(../../Default/Openbravo_ERP_250_print.css);


@import url(Openbravo_ERP_250_print.css); 

Now you have to add each class you need to change from the "Default" skin in your Openbravo_ERP_250.css file or in Openbravo_ERP_250_print.css file

You have to include also in these added classes ONLY the attributes you want to change. Thanks to that if new (or changed) material is added to the "Default" skin, it will be also be inherited in your custom skin since you are importing the original "Default" skin and just changing these things you want to.

If you add/change any image that needs to be flipped to RTL (if it is selected), you have to add also a file "RTLFlippedImages.txt" with the path of these images

Here is a real example of how to manage these files:

PD: Remember that you should make changes only in files inside "ExampleSkin" folder.

Dentro Openbravo ERP

  1. Log into Openbravo ERP as System Administrator.
  2. From the Application dictionary, select Application Dictionary > Module.
  3. Click New
  4. Select the Module tab and fill in the following essential fields:
    • Name = Skin Module Example
    • Version = 1.0.0
    • Java Package = org.openbravo.examples.skinexample
    • Type = Module
    • In Development = checked
    • Description = Example module to demonstrate how to include a skin within a module
  5. You can also fill in the following additional information:
    • Help/Comment = When you install this module a new skin called 'Example Skin' is added. To enable it go to "Session Preferences" window.
    • License Type = Openbravo Public License
    • License text = The Openbravo Public License Version 1.1 ("OBPL") consists of the Mozilla Public License Version 1.1, modified to be specific to Openbravo, with the Additional Terms in Exhibit B. The original Mozilla Public License 1.1 can be found at:
    • Author = Openbravo S.L.U. (John Doe)
    • URL =
  6. Click Save.
  7. Select the Dependency tab.
  8. Click New
  9. Fill at least the following essential fields as follows:
    • Select the Active checkbox.
    • Dependent Module = core
    • First Version = 2.50.10440
  10. Click Save
  11. From the Application menu, select "Application Dictionary > Reference".
  12. In grid view, select the Skin List record.
  13. Select the List Reference tab.
  14. Click New.
  15. Complete at least the following essential fields:
    • Select the Active checkbox.
    • Module = Skin Module Example - 1.0.0 - English (USA).
    • Search Key = org.openbravo.examples.skinexample/ExampleSkin
    • Name = Example Skin
  16. You can also complete other optional fields, such as:
    • Description = Example skin within a module
  17. Click Save.

This how-to explains how to customize the logos that your installation of Openbravo ERP displays. We will customize the "yourcompany" and "yourit-service" logos which are in the login screen and in the top of the Application menu.

You can find how to change the logos that appear in the login window and in the Openbravo application itself by following this link.

For more extensive documentation about this topic, consult the skins look and feel article.

Linguaggi Da destra a sinistra


In this "How to" we are going to put the application in RTL mode.

For more extensive documentation about RTL mode, consult Skins look and feel article.

Impostare il linguaggio come RTL

  1. Log into Openbravo ERP as System Administrator.
  2. From the Application menu, select General Setup > Application > Language.
  3. Select the language you require (en_US English (USA) by default).
  4. Select the RTL Language checkbox.
  5. Click Save.

Your changes will be visible the next time you log into Openbravo ERP.

Personalizzare il menu delle applicazioni


In this "How to" we are going to change the disposition of the application menu items.

If you want an extensive documentation about this topic, go to Skins look and feel article.

Cambiare MenĂ¹ ad albero dell'Applicazione

  1. Login as System Administrator
  2. Go to window "General Setup > Application > Menu".
  3. Click the "Tree" icon of the toolbar (No matter in which register are you staying)
  4. The "drag and drop" pop-up appears
  5. Now in this pop-up, just drag the menu item you want to move, and drop it anywhere. You will see instantly the new position of the menu in that window.

Close the pop-up, logout and then login again. The changes have been applied.

Creare un singolo albero di menu per un ruolo specifico

  1. Login as System Administrator
  2. Create a new Role
  3. check the manual check box when creating a role.
  4. Add access manually or using the insert access process to add those forms, processes, etc you want to have shown to this role users.
  5. The elements added this way will be shown in the menun even if later on you set them as inactive. In this case you will get the message "With your current role and settings, you cannot view this information" when trying to access it. If you want to hide a specific element you must completly remove it from the role access

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