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how can I access further user mapping information for a Webapplication-System?

It exists a system for which the portalapss.xml looks like this:





catch(NoLogonDataAvailableException e)




Here I get the key for the user mapping entries which also contains "usermappingfields" and I get a value. But this seems to be only an ID or a placeholder. The entry I get is following:

usermappingfields: com.sapportals.portal.pcd.pcm.builder.AbstractPcmObject$PcmAttribute@357243

So how do I can access the real Information? In which format is it stored (HashMap, Enumeration, Iterator...) and do I need furhter sharing references in my portalapss.xml? I already tried these possibilities and got error messages.

Hope someone can help me


René Jurmann

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  • Posted on Feb 22, 2004 at 01:39 PM

    I have made a new tutorial, but its not yet on SDN.

    But basically the point is: You cannot access some usermapping information like passwort. For this you have to use the umap.api (like method enrich)

    The UME javadoc is on SDN, but the you have to search

    IUserMapping - interface

    Provides an entry point to the user mapping functionality.

    IUserMappingData - interface

    Main interface for user mapping.

    via Index, due to javadoc bug.



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