Add a Bookmark Link in the Application Portal

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You can add a bookmark link in the application portal. Bookmarks can link the portal to any web page, application, or intranet site that you want users to have ready access to (the expense page of a travel application, presentation materials, training videos, or a wiki page, for example). Since bookmarks do not require a single sign-on (SSO) configuration, they are useful for linking to applications that do not support SSO.

Before you begin 

You must be a Super Admin for the Cloud Administration Console to perform this task.

Procedure 

  1. In the Cloud Administration Console, click Applications > Application Catalog.
    The Application Catalog appears.
  2. Click Create From Template.
  3. Next to Bookmark, click Select.
    The Add Connection wizard appears.
  4. On the Basic Information page, complete these fields.
    1. In the Name field, enter a name for the bookmark.
    2. (Optional) In the Description field, enter a description for the bookmark.
    3. (Optional) To make the bookmark unavailable to users, select the Disabled checkbox. When disabled, the bookmark appears in My Applications, but does not appear in the application portal.

      For information about how this setting interacts with the Display in Portal setting on the Portal Display page of the wizard, see Application Availability and Visibility.

    4. Click Next Step.
  5. On the User Access page, select an access policy that determines which users can access the bookmark in the application portal. Step-up policies do not apply to bookmarks.
    1. Select one of the following:
      • Allow All Authenticated Users – Allow all users signed into the application portal to access the bookmark. This is a built-in access policy that you cannot modify.
      • Select Custom Policy – Select a custom access policy from the drop-down list. The default is No Access Allowed, which denies access to all users. No Access Allowed is a built-in access policy that you cannot modify.
    2. Click Next Step.
  6. On the Portal Display page, configure how the bookmark will appear in the application portal.
    1. (Optional) To hide the bookmark in the application portal, clear the Display in Portal checkbox. When unselected, the bookmark is not visible in the application portal, but users can still access the application by going directly to the protected URL.

      For information about how this setting interacts with the Disabled setting on the Basic Information page of the wizard, see Application Availability and Visibility.

    2. Select the Portal Icon to represent the bookmark in the application portal. Use the default icon or click Change Icon to upload a different image.

      The image file must be in JPG or PNG format, and no larger than 50 KB. The recommended size is 75x75 pixels.

    3. In the Portal Text/Tooltip field, enter text that appears briefly when the cursor pauses over the bookmark icon in the application portal.
    4. In the Portal URL field, enter the URL for the bookmark, such as the home page or destination page of an application.
  7. Click Save and Finish.
  8. (Optional) To publish this configuration and immediately activate it on the identity router, click Publish Changes.

 

 

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