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hi guys,

i'm using an own login screen - copied system bsp application as the manual tells me, and now i want to use an own LoginHandler to do some own coding, but how?

i did the following in the OnInit Handler

application->request->set_form_field

( name = 'CO_BSP_HANDLER_CLASS'

value = 'ZCL_BC_WEB_LOGON_HDL_0001' ).

are there any other possiblities, as this does not work????

kind regards oliver

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  • Posted on Jun 17, 2004 at 01:56 PM

    Look at note 517860. See the attachments section. There is a .zip file with some detailed information on SYSTEM application.

    The correct way to do this, is to just add &BspHandlerClass=CL_MY_CLASS into the configuration line in ICF!

    For the record, you just made a very simple mistake. Do you see it?

      request->set_form_field( 
        name  = CL_BSP_LOGIN_APPLICATION=>CO_BSP_HANDLER_CLASS
        value = 'ZCL_BC_WEB_LOGON_HDL_0001' ).
    

    ++bcm

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    • hello bernd,

      hmm, okay let me tell what we want to do - maybe that's not possible??

      Login As SERVICE-User in the PUBLIC/COMMON area and then - at a given point - switch to a DIALOG-USER , so maybe n service-users swith to some/one different dialog-users, with is done with SUSR_INTERNET_USERSWITCH....

      The point behind is:

      we give our users service-users for browsing some kind of public sites, and when they want to do some proteced things the user is switched to the dialog-user, which is related to the service-user he has logged into system.

      see documentation of SUSR_INTERNET_USERSWITCH where the behaviour we're willing to use is described.

      kind regards,

      oliver

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