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where login submit goes?

I couldn't able to trace the file to which the logon details are submitting for authentication?

In the page , i have identified the code which is below ...

<FORM name="logonForm" method="post" action="">

but authentication process works fine. we are using jass custom login module for authentication

now my questions are ..

1. to which page we are submitting the data?

2. which page will call my custom login module?

3. don't who is calling my custom login module?

Thanks in advace ,


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    Posted on Feb 02, 2007 at 07:25 PM

    Hi mohan,

    can u tell some more detail about jass custom module?

    Could u locate the component in which your login JSP called.

    1.Sometimes the authentication is done at serverside too .i.e in the controller

    This will happen if u find any action for your submit button

    Now u can search the definition of the eventhandler mentioned..

    2.Specific webservices can also be used to authenticate the user.Do check with ur company has got same login screens for accessing all the official portals.In that case there will be webservice which takes the user credentials and returns the response.This is possible if u find any client methods or


    under any package mostly soap.

    3.EPCM in jsp can also be a possibilty.



    ps:points welcomed:-)

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