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In order to improve visibility of OpenPages,we need the ability to change the color of the screen layout.
In order to improve visibility of OpenPages,we need the ability to change the color of the screen layout.・In order to enhance the visibility of OpenPages screen towards end user,we need the function to change the color of the screen configuration....
Need document which describes procedure of changing middleware
Need document which decribes procedure of changing middleware such as DB,Web when change host name of OpenPages sever.For it is ofen to copy a virtual OS in a virtual environment, it is necessary to change the host name.It is necessary to rename ...
When performing the load of the modules in the OP deployment tool of OP7.1, it fails because of irrelevant OP7.0 module.Although SR said there is no problem,but we want IBM to improve this.■SR No.00013,999,760
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