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ResourceContext(IUser) constructor is undefined,problem of Deprecated IUser

Hi Experts,

I have created an IUser as follows:

com.sap.security.api.IUser user = UMFactory.getUserFactory().getUserByLogonID("Kmuser");

now i m using this user into the following:

IResourceContext resourceContext = new ResourceContext(user);

For this i m getting a compiler error that constructor for ResourceContext(user) doesnt exist.

I did explored and studied about the IUser then i came to know that thare are two types of IUser one is com.sapportals.wcm.util.usermanagement.IUser which is deprecated and the newer one is com.sap.security.api.IUser.

ResourceContext class has all the constructor which takes only the deprecated IUser.

So does SAP APIs provides any other ResourceContext class which Works well with com.sap.security.api.IUser?????

Or is there any way to cast com.sap.security.api.IUser to com.sapportals.wcm.util.usermanagement.IUser????

Please help me out

Help will be appreciated and rewarded

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    Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 04:30 PM

    Hi,

    To convert com.sap.security.api.IUser to com.sapportals.wcm.util.usermanagement.IUser, you can user the following code:

    IUser ep5User =

    WPUMFactory.getUserFactory().getEP5User(sapUser);

    For me it looks like a security breach if you can create ResourceContext with some others userID.

    Regards,

    Praveen Gudapati

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Praveen,

      The user through which i logged in have both the above grps checked.

      But tthe code which u gave for Getting resourceContxt for cmadmin_service is independent of any IUser.

      So i m not getting for which user the code is throwing the exception of PrevilegeActionException????

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