Viewing and working with contexts and mappings in the URL mapping portlet table

The URL mapping portlet allows you to create, modify, and delete contexts, and to map contexts to portal pages. Once you have added contexts, the URL mapping portlet displays them in the tables. Each context has its own table that lists the contexts that are immediately under that context in the hierarchy.

To view the contexts of a context, click the name of that context in the table. The URL mapping portlet displays the table that lists the contexts of the selected context. It also displays the hierarchy path of contexts above the table and its title.

To add a new context, click the New context button shown above the appropriate table. Then proceed as described under Adding a new context.

The tables can have the following columns, depending on the pages to which you have access:
Context Label
This is the first column of the context tables.
Mapped to
If the context has been mapped to the URL of a portal page, this column shows the title of that page.
Icon column
This column can show some or all of the following icons, depending on the tasks that you have permission to perform.
Note: If the Context label has no associated tasks, the icon column is blank.
Edit mapping
Click this icon to map a context to the URL of a portal page, or to modify the mapping.
Edit labels
Click this icon to edit the label of a context or add new labels.
Delete icons
The portlet shows separate Delete icons for deleting contexts or mappings. Hover the mouse over the icon to determine the purpose of each icon. Click the appropriate icon to delete a context or a mapping from the table and the hierarchy:
Delete mapping
If a context has a mapping, this icon is displayed in the row for that context. Click this icon to delete the mapping for that context.
Delete context
Click this icon to delete the context from the table and the hierarchy.