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Login Module Issue

Hi

I am trying to create a custom Login module from the following tutorial.

But I am stuck at this stage: Adding the JAR File and the Configuration File to the EAR File - Developing Authentication Enhancements on the AS Java -…

I am able to include .jar in the project itself and able to create a EAR which deploys without errors. Also I have included the LoginModuleConfiguration.xml in the META-INF folder,

If I deploy now and use the login module I get the error: No class loader can load login module class.

Kindly advise how can I proceed.

Regards,

Sujana

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2014 at 05:48 AM

    Hi Sujana,

    Please cross check again in EAR file that you JAR is added successfully. Try one more option by deleting and adding again login module and then restart J2EE Engine.

    Thanks,

    Hamendra

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  • Posted on Dec 08, 2014 at 05:16 AM

    HI Sujana,

    Check this Document may be help for you.Do same process.

    Customizing Logon Page on Portal 7.3

    After deploy the ear file and check.Other wise post the error log.

    BR,

    Durga Rao.

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