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How to Find out who is login into the Portal.

Hi Friends ,

I have one doubt Now I have one Requirement. i.e.

How many members (users) login in to the Portal?

In what time they login into the portal?

How many times hits the iView in Portal?

Who is last login into the portal?

I have find out these details by using these details I will create one Iview.

How to find these details. By using these details I will created one iView. Kindly let me know.

Could you tell me those

1. Is it creating Portal Activity Report iView in Portal?

2. By using WDJ Application we can create one Application. By using this application we can create iView?

Regards

Vijay Kalluri

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    Jun 30, 2010 at 04:08 AM

    Vijay,

    We can implement your requirement in both methods, i mean PAR file and WDJ

    here are some of link to help you out

    WDJ

    http://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/WDJava/Check%2ball%2bUsers%2bwho%2bhave%2blogged%2binto%2bportal%2b-%2bwebdynpro%2bappl

    And here is some snipet for PAR

    String _pmfKey = null;

    IPortalComponentRequest componentRequest =

    (IPortalComponentRequest) getRequest();

    IUserFactory userFactory = UMFactory.getUserFactory();

    IUser myUser =

    userFactory.getUser(componentRequest.getUser().getUniqueID());

    _pmfKey = myUser.getName();

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    Jun 30, 2010 at 04:12 AM

    Vijay,

    Here is another alternative way to implement your request

    how-i-know-how-many-user-are-logged-in-r3-and-port

    Thanks,

    Sreeni.

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    Jul 12, 2010 at 11:35 AM

    Hello Vijay,

    If you are interested in a 3rd party application with all the stats you need and more, check out Click Stream by Sweetlets. Easy to download and user friendly with many key reports quickly accessible. It also answers some of the questions you had above a whole lot simpler than anything else out there or any other route you had in mind.

    In the very near future Click Stream will also have iView recording to monitor iViews, telling which iViews have been clicked, etc. Also, the one you were looking for, "who the last login into the portal", will soon be added.

    Click Stream uses the Usermanagement (UME) API to get more information about the user, groups, roles, LDAP attributes etc. and offers you the ability to use such information for filtering within any report.

    Click Stream also uses the PCD API to get information about the pages your users are visiting.

    Here are some reviews on the SAP EcoHub from people who have used it: http://ecohub.sdn.sap.com/irj/ecohub/solutions/clickstream

    Please just let me know if you have any question or if you are open to test drive Click Stream. We will certainly help as best as we can.

    Good luck.

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    Jul 12, 2010 at 12:36 PM

    Hi Vijay

    Perhaps try

    Portal System Administration -> Monitoring -> Portal -> Logged-in Users iView or application "PerfViewer" UserOverview

    Visual Admin->Security Provider->Runtime->Login Sessions

    If Portal users are going into back-end R3 - you could use SM04 and ST03 to monitor some this data (but only for

    Portal users who access R3)

    Also Solution Manager Diagnostics may provide information of this nature

    In general because J2EE/Portal uses different architecture the nature of the information provided may be different to SM04

    Best wishes

    Stuart

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    Sep 21, 2010 at 07:27 AM

    Going on

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