Mike,

Thanks for your response.  If I am understanding you correctly, I can use a 
BASH script that includes functions like CAT or an ECHO pipe to write out an 
installation specific .jar to the guacamole-home folder?

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On Oct 17, 2016, at 18:56, Mike Jumper 
<mike.jum...@guac-dev.org<mailto:mike.jum...@guac-dev.org>> wrote:

On Mon, Oct 10, 2016 at 10:12 AM, Chris Cook 
<coo...@jlsautomation.com<mailto:coo...@jlsautomation.com>> wrote:
Greetings,

I am currently reviewing Guacamole for inclusion in an IIoT platform for 
industrial equipment - to allow for operator interface access via webpage.

Both I and my team LOVE the default Guac 0.9.9 webapp!


Thanks!

However, we have one hurtle that we need some help overcoming...  We are 
estimating approx. 100 uniquely branded deployments every year.  As such, 
generating a deployment specific branding extension for each and every 
deployment would become rather cumbersome very quickly.

Branding extensions are the intended way to achieve this. The idea was that by 
encapsulating such changes within an extension, branding changes could remain 
stable across upgrades, thus making things more convenient and doing away with 
the need to patch the webapp itself.

Is there a way to change the application name, the logo, and the favicon of the 
default web-client without having to generate and deploy a new .war archive?


There's no need to deploy a whole new .war each time (though, since you 
mentioned branding extensions earlier, perhaps you meant .jar).

It should be possible to script the generation of a branding extension if the 
specifics are predictable (logo, icon, changes to the strings). Have you given 
writing such a script a shot?

- Mike

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