Sequel Web Interface (SWI) is shipped with at least three HTML documents—WELCOME, HEAD- ER and FOOTER (others may be included)—saved as source members in the SWIHTML file located in the SEQUELWI library (or whatever library name you restored the product into). These members can be used “as is”, but you may want to customize them for your own installation.
The process described below is specific to SWI version 5 or SWI version 10 classic screens (main, ob- ject list, results).
Also, be aware the install process will not preserve changes made to the SWI HTML members. If modi- fications are made to any of the members, be sure to copy the file to a safe place prior to installing a new version.
You can customize the appearance of the SWI HTML members to use similar design elements and graphics as your corporate web site. Almost any non-frame format will work. You may also create ad- ditional header and footer members to use for different divisions in your company or for different types of requests.
Alternately, you can request that NO header and/or footer be displayed with the results (see Suppress
HTML Headers or Footers in the SWI 10 Admin Guide) .
Members may be edited or created using your favorite HTML editor or SEU.
Edit with SEU
You can also use SEU to edit either the WELCOME or HEADER members. The Welcome member controls the elements displayed on the classic SWI main screen. The HEADER member has an image reference (logo) for the object list and results displays.
STRSEU SRCFILE(SEQUELWI/SWIHTML) SRCMBR(HEADER)Look for this line which references the Sequel logo: (this is only part of the line)
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