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How to get trusted connection using MDM Java API - MDM 7.1

Hi All,

I have developed a webdynpro application which I am launching on UWL task. I am able to launch the application and read the data from the uwl task and do activities.

I fetch the user and password from the MDM reference system, we created in Portal with alias.

Below is the code how I create a usercontext.

Issue :

Users will not know the mdm password. So it is not possible for them to set in the system individually.

usrCtxt = new UserSessionContext(mdmServer, mdmRepository, mappedUserId);

SessionManager.getInstance().createSession(usrCtxt,SessionTypes.USER_SESSION_TYPE, mappedUserPwd);

Is there any other way I can create a usercontext without password?

I came across trusted connection. It is set on our Portal and MDM. It is working fine for the wdconfig projects.

But how do I create trusted connection using APIs in my webdynpro project? Could you please help me with codes?



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    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 08:26 AM


    For [Trusted connections|]

    follow the mentioned link.

    By default the MDM Java API opens a socket connection to the MDM server at port number 20005. If the MDM server is behind a firewall, the necessary permissions should be provided. A connection to the MDM server can also be a trusted connection. Trusted connections are configured through configuration files on the MDM server.



    Edited by: Abhishek Biwal on Dec 8, 2011 2:02 PM

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  • Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 08:22 AM
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    • Former Member Ravi Verma

      Thanks Ravi and Abhisek.

      Instead of reading each and every property on the MDM server, I have included the mdm WD search component interface (invisible) in my webdynpro application and got the usersessioncontext from the repository bean. Using this usersessioncontext I am able to do all the required api calls.



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