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Login Logout Problems

We work with the SAP Portal as a Intranet.

Here we work with a User its Named anon1.

This User loged in with an anonymus Account.

It´s work fine.

The Intranet is too see for all Users in the Company with no login from the Users.

The Intranet is the default Page in the Internet Explorer.

Now we have 120 Content Managers.The Problem is the Start Page from the IE.

We have no logout Button in the Page and the CM can`t login in the Portal.

We testet with the URL (http://Servername/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/com.sap.portal.navigation.portallauncher.default?logout_submit=true)as logout.

After this url i see the Login Page ,but the Login don`t work.

I write my Username and my Password but the Portal dont Accept my Login.

I think we have a Problem with the Session ID.

The only way for the CM ist with an closed IE and klick on an Icon on the Desktop with the StartPage for CM.

It`s called http://servername/irj/admin.html.

The Admin.html Page its a normaly login Page.

We want a Button to link on a Page that named Logout.

Here you find a new login for the CM.

Please Help me to create the Page.

I hope you can help me.

Sorry for my bad English

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  • Posted on Dec 09, 2004 at 11:05 AM

    Hi Helmut,

    under normal circumstances, if you didn't change this, even a "logged in" anonymous named (guest) user has a link on the upper right "Login" (at least this holds for EP6 SP2).

    Two possibilites: You are working on a different version or you must have changed the header.

    Hope it helps

    Detlev

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    • Former Member Detlev Beutner

      Hi,

      you can put in your home page an ivew that has another authenticate schema (not anonymous).

      In this case you well see the default form login component where the user can type his user/password.

      Best regards,

      Florin

      ps:

      or.. but you already have in masthead

      function logIn()

      {

      location.replace("<%=GetLoginURL(componentRequest)%>");

      }

      where..

      private String GetLoginURL(IPortalComponentRequest request)

      {

      String componentName = request.getComponentContext().getComponentName();

      componentName = componentName.substring(0, componentName.lastIndexOf(".") + 1);

      IPortalComponentURI loginCompURI = request.createPortalComponentURI();

      loginCompURI.setContextName(componentName + LOGIN_REDIRECT_COMPONENT);

      return loginCompURI.toString();

      }

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