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Launch specific treatment (FM, class method) after exit Portal session of a user

Hi all,

i would know if it's possible to launch some treatment when the user connected leave his Portal session ?

Thanks a lot for your help.

Regards

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    Posted on Nov 19, 2013 at 01:53 PM

    Hi Eric,

    It is possible to configure the portal to automatically navigate the user to a specific "exit page" when the user logs out. Instead of a static page, you could launch a standalone web dynpro application (or anything with a URL). Touch base with your portal administrator if this sounds like it would meet your needs.

    What is it you would like to do when the user logs out?

    Cheers,

    Amy

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      Hi Amy, thanks a lot for this solution, now i have to discuss with my Administrator Portal. 😊

      Well, when the user logs out i need to refresh some specifics tables, it's just temporary table, but need to clean it when logs out.

      Regards

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    Posted on Nov 19, 2013 at 01:25 PM

    Salut!

    Donc le plus simple c'est d'implémenter un traitement sur la méthode wddoexit de ton composant web-dynpro.

    Normalement, lorsque tu quitte la session portail il est sensé passer par par cette méthode. Tu peux alors lancer ton traitement de fin à partir de là.

    Il est possible dans certains cas que cela ne marche pas mais tu peux tenter comme ça déjà!

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Alors tu es mal... parce que ce que tu veux c'est capter l'événement déconnexion du portail donc d'un environnement Java pas ECC ABAP.

      C'est complètement autre chose mais ça doit ce faire aussi.

      Il faut te poser les bonnes questions : déjà est-ce que tu veux le faire à chaque fois qu'il se déconnecte même s'il n'a rien fait? Si c'est quand même lié à une application Web dynpro qu'il a (ou non) ouverte avant?

      En fonction de ces réponses tu peux envisager la méthode à appliquer.

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