Server side files

With 'Server side files', you can edit the files in mydbr/user directory.

defaults.php

myDBR has number of defaults and options defined in defaults.php. The values in the file are structured as a PHP array. You can customize these values by overriding them in . The file will be preserved between server updates. Do not make changes to defaults.php as it is overwritten in updates. The "Server Side Files / defaults.php" points to .

Example defaults.php definitions:

    $mydbr_defaults['page_title'] = 'myDBR Own';
    $mydbr_defaults['export']['wkhtmltopdf']['command'] = '\"Program Files"\wkhtmltopdf\wkhtmltopdf';
  

export_header_pdf.php

myDBR uses wkhtmltopdf to generate PDF versions of the report. To incorporate headers, footers, and logos, utilize the export_header_pdf.php file, passed as a header-html parameter to wkhtmltopdf. Customize this file to alter the appearance of the PDF.

Since the myDBR updater does not alter existing files in the /user directory, export_header_pdf.php will not be automatically updated. Obtain the latest version by opening the export_header_pdf.php file under the myDBR.com title in the bottom left. After opening, save it as a local file (keeping in mind any existing modifications).

extensions-directory

This is the place for your custom extensions.

images-directory

This is the place for your custom images.

main_sidebar.html

The HTML content of the sidebar of the main screen on the right. See Customization

main_top.html

The HTML for the dashboard area. See Customization

oem-directory

The files for OEM customization. See Customization

report_icons-directory

The image files for custom report icons. The icons should be of size 16px*16px, 32px*32px or 64px*64px for best results.

reportheader.html

The image files for the company logo in the reports. See Customization

templates-directory

You can override the default password reset templates with your own.

themes-folder

To create your own interface themes with CSS, place the file here

userstyle.css

Any CSS definition in myDBR can be overwritten in userstyle.css. Also, if you have common CSS-classes shared between reports, this is the file to store them.