Here's the post on OTN. I started to get nervous too, I posted on Friday and hadn't had a response...until today. 3 days? Man...that's way too long!
Here's the short of it.
Our reports were coming out funny. Dimension column headings had one style and the Fact table column headings had another.
Using Firebug, I could easily isolate the sections.
On the Dimension column, the definition looked like this:
<thThe Fact table column was defined as:
style="background-color: rgb(231, 231, 247); font-size: 9px; color: rgb(0, 51, 102);"
<thNote the style attribute...that overrides any class settings. Very annoying.
I thought it would be relatively simple to fix. I worked with custom messages before, this had to be similar. So I began to "grep" the messages directory
c:\oraclebi\web\msgdb\>findstr /i /m /s /c:"background-color" *.*Nothing.
How about looking for the name of the class, ColumnHdg?
c:\oraclebi\web\msgdb\>findstr /i /m /s /c:"columnhdg" *.*So I start with criteriatemplates.xml and find the reference to columnHdg (just now realizing that the case doesn't match...oh well). That was part of the WebMessage kuiColumnFormulaEditor. So I searched for that...
You see where I'm going.
That's when I mapped the dev server drive to my local computer and opened up WinMerge
Then I got a message from the OTN Forum Administrator...could it be? Looked at the name of the person who answered it first, John Minkjan...sweet!
Looks like you forgot to reset the OOB settings when installing OBIEE:Click through, follow his instructions, bounce the server and voila!
have a look here to reset them:
As of this writing, I don't know what OOB stands for; I could make something up, but it probably wouldn't be appropriate for this family site.