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Accessing Portal logon id in Enterprise Portal 6.0


I need to know if there is any way i can access User Id variable on the Logon screen so that i can use it as a parameter to my iviews.

Also a list of such global variables would be helpful

Appreciate all your help



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    Posted on Jan 09, 2005 at 11:15 AM

    Hi Jayesh,

    I don't understand your problem completely - do you want to use the user id within self developed portal Java iViews or within "foreign" iViews (URL iView)?

    For the first case, you can retrieve the user from the IPortalComponentRequest:

    String userID = req.getUser().getLogonUid();

    For the second case, use AppIntegrator instead, see (it's a ZIP with PDF in it).

    Hope it helps


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    Posted on Jan 10, 2005 at 06:53 AM

    Hi ,

    I have made a transaction based iveiw for Kanban to which i want to pass the Portal user id ( used for logging on ) in the Application Paramters property of the Iviews.

    I am passing the Application Paramters as below(just an example)


    It doesnt seem to take the MappedUser variable to get the portal logon user id.

    It would be nice if i can get a varaible through which i can refer the portal logon user id.



    P.S: I have tried User.UserId, LogonUserID etc

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