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Login in External Facing Portal

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I'm going to develop a small external facing portal , and i would like to have a small form where the user can login in the left side of the screen , how can i achiev this? Is it possible to do this in a static html page? I already have a framework with the proper layout , all i need is to create each component.

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    Posted on Apr 15, 2011 at 06:45 AM

    Hi,

    Kindly follow the below steps for your requirement.

    step1:goto rule collection, include one enty like

    if Alias ="portal/anonymous"

    then desktop = 'new_desktop"

    this desktop is having some theme, and framework page that you have.

    changet the permission of this desktop to include Anonymous user and Anonymous Groups.

    step2: in your framework page, include this HTML page.

    for this,

    -store your HTML page with a .jsp extenstion in a portal project.(create an abstract portal component).

    -make sure to change the authenticatioSchema parameter to 'Anonymous' in your portalapp.xml file.

    -from the abstract portal component include the JSP page by using IReseource.JSP resource Interface.

    step3: assuming the url of your external facing portal be, http:<myServer>:<port>/irj/portal/anonymous

    when you call this URL the framework page containing the JSP will be loaded.

    step4: user creation

    in your jsp include, mandatory parameters for user creation, like userid, pswd, confirm pswd.

    submit this form, on submission, under action of <form, post back to the abstact class above.(for this while running the application throught portalapp.xml, take note of the URL), and includ this url starting with '/irj/.....'.

    [User Creation|http://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/Snippets/CreateandeditEPuserwithJava+code]

    step5: goto irj/portal and check with the created user id.

    Thanks,

    Jakes

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