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Portal logoff : Redirection or Close the Entire Window

Hi Folks

I need some clarity for the below scenario.

I have two login pages as

1.Default Login page

2.Custom Login Page

On clicking the LogOff in my Custom Login Page, it should take me back to my CUSTOM login page not to the Default.

But the portal takes me back to Default Login Page.

Can any one provide some pointers over this. where to do the modification inorder do proper redirection on logoff....

Thanks

Kumar

Points will be awared for sure.

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    Sep 02, 2008 at 02:26 PM

    Hi Kumar,

    I think I lost you. I thought you are trying to redirect to your custom logon page when logging off from the portal so the ume property I sent you should do the work. You need to configure there the url to your custom login page.

    For example: you can configure the property "ume.logoff.redirect.url" to www.google.com so when logging off from the portal, it will redirect to google.

    Regarding the header iView (masthead), take a look at the HeaderiView.jsp file -> method private String getExternalLogOffUrl() is reading the ume property "ume.logoff.redirect.url" to retrieve the logoff url -> return UMFactory.getProperties().get("ume.logoff.redirect.url");

    Hope this help 😊

    Eliel.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Atul,

      The issue is solved now and log off link is dynamically fetching the server and port no. details required for anonymous url.

      Thanks

      Simran Kaur

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    Sep 01, 2008 at 07:51 AM

    Hi,

    This you can do it in the masterhead par file.

    In the action of the link, instead of redirecting to the default login page, give it as custom login page.

    Regards,

    Rajeev.

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    Sep 01, 2008 at 09:33 AM

    Hi Kumar,

    In order to redirect to your custom logon page when logging off from the portal you should use the UME property: "ume.logoff.redirect.url".

    Please follow the instructions in the following link on how to configure it.

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw70/helpdata/EN/44/aada5230be5e77e10000000a155369/frameset.htm

    Regards,

    Eliel.

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    • Former Member

      Hi Folks

      First of all, Thanks for quick response...

      I am working with MastHead.par only...

      Here i have tried different way, as like modifying the LogOFF script, but fail to success.

      i also have a question, of how does this MastHead Par communicates with Login.par (as in default login par we have JSP file callled umelogoff.par)

      can you provide some pointer in detail....

      Eliel Schurman

      The link you pointed out talks about Direct Editing..... whereelse in EP 7.0 we dont have that option. so lets ignore that.....

      so , is there any other good link talking abt JSP file modification , inorder to achieve this....

      Thanks

      Kumar