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How to get a list of users logged in (EP6 SP2)

Hi,

I want to create an iView that lists all the users who are currently logged in. I found the method "getLoggedInUser()" of the interface "IAuthentication" but I don´t know how this method can help me for my purpose. All I get back from this method is an object IUser of

myself

!

Has someone an idea how to manage this purpose?

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Jun 14, 2004 at 08:09 PM

    why would you want to write such an iview when the exact same function already exists in the portal. try System Admin / Monitoring, Portal / Logged On Users. you can simply reuse it.

    have fun.

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      Thanks a lot for your help. I really haven´t yet known about this iview.

      But my problem isn´t already resolved: my complete goal was to create an iview for sending PopUp-Messages between the users logged in. So I need a list of the users logged in. The users are linked to another iview for writing and sending a message (the iviews are connected via EPCF) so that there is no need to enter the user again.

      I searched for the par-file that belongs to this iview, but I only found the portalapp.xml and the jar-file without any documentation how to use.

      Do you have an idea where I can find the javadoc and/or the source files and/or the complete par file to this iview?

      That would help me a lot. Thanks in advance.

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