Create Custom Tooltips for a Task's Screen Field Configuration

An administrator can configure and add a custom tooltip to any field on a task screen, as described in the following procedure. For this example, assume you want to add a customized tooltip to the Password field on the Reset User Password task.
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An administrator can configure and add a custom tooltip to any field on a task screen, as described in the following procedure. For this example, assume you want to add a customized tooltip to the
Password
field on the
Reset User Password
task.
Follow these steps:
  1. Export your environment role definitions xml file.
    1. In the Management Console
      Environments
      screen, select the name of the appropriate environment.
    2. Select
      Advanced Settings
      , and then select
      Export
      to create an XML file.
    3. Find the Password attribute screen field property dictionary section in the exported file for this task,
      in bold
      , starting with
      <Property name="Tooltip">
      :
      <Screen name="Reset User Password Profile" tag="ResetUserPasswordProfile" screendefinition="StandardProfile" object="USER">
      <ScreenFieldGroup name="Fields">
      <ScreenField name="Password" permission="RW" attribute="%PASSWORD%">
      <PropertyDict name="Config">
               <Property name="FieldSpan">1</Property>
               <Property name="LabelSpan">1</Property>
               <Property name="MaxLength"></Property>
               <Property name="Size">15</Property>
               <Property name="Style">Password</Property>
               <Property name="StyleClass"></Property>
               <Property name="ValidationExpression"></Property>
               <Property name="ValidationJava"></Property>
               <Property name="ValidationJavaScript"></Property>
              
      <Property name="Tooltip"> Password must start with a letter, at least one number (0-9), at least one Lowercase alphabetic character (a-z), at least one Upper Case alphabetic character (A-Z). </Property>
      </PropertyDict>
      </ScreenField>
      ..
      ..
  2. Save the file.
  3. Import the file back into your environment:
    1. In the Management Console Environments screen, select the name of the appropriate environment.
    2. Select
      Advanced Settings
      , and then select
      Import
      .
    3. Enter the location and file name of the XML file, or browse for the file, and then select
      Next
      .
    4. In the status screen, select
      Continue
      to exit.
The User Console then reflects the customized tooltip for the password attribute, similar to the following graphic:
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