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Multiple logon Pages for different users with different URls of portal


We are having a requirement of having multiple logon pages for different users,how it can be achieved.

We are having a portal on EP7.0 with internet and intranet access.In ntranet only employees will login, from internet we are having 3 different URLs through which users will login. Through the IIS we have managed to get the 3 different URL to be redirected to the original Portal.Now my customer is asking tat they need 4 different logon pages for the 4 types of users. Can any one guide me on this.



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    Posted on Sep 18, 2008 at 02:09 PM

    Hello Sunkara,

    You should take a look at the Master Rule Collection. This is found in the portal under

    System Administration -> Portal Display -> Desktops & Display Rules

    In the PCD there browse to

    Portal Administrators -> Super Administrators -> Master Rule Collection

    There you can define various Portal Desktops or other Rule Sets depending on various parameters (such as URL Alias). You can then have a different Portal Desktop for each user group even before they are authenticated...

    Hope that helps!

    With kind regards,


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  • Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 06:10 AM


    Customize the Logon par file Jsp and fetch the url of the portal, based on this you can change the look and feel of the portal logon page.

    Ramganesan Karuppaiyah

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      Just like Karuppaiyah said, you need to make the modifications in the logon par file for each login you want to be different. Then you create a desktop with this different login (set the authentication scheme for the iView to the new login) and assign this desktop to a URL alias. Do this for the 3 or 4 different login user groups you have and you are done.



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