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retrieving pages and workset info from Role

Hi,

I was wondering how, if possible, you can retrieve the worksets and pages that belong to a role. I have the role information for a user right now, but I want to know the pages and worksets that are attached to the role.

The reason for all of this is I am dynamically creating a start page, and depending on the role of the user, different information appears within the start page.

I had done this in EP 5.0, but now we are migrating to EP6.0 SR1. I have been surfing through the Javadocs, but have not yet found a clear cut way of finding the information.

If anyone has an answer, it would be appreciated!!

Thanks and best regards,

Kevin

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    Posted on May 03, 2005 at 05:02 PM

    Hi Kevin,

    there are different ways of doing this. The hard way is to retrieve this information directly from the PCD (ugly).

    More comfortable is using the NavigationEventsHelperService:

    NavigationEventsHelperService navHelperService = (NavigationEventsHelperService)PortalRuntime.getRuntimeResources().getService("com.sap.portal.navigation.helperservice.navigation_events_helper");

    Check out this class and it's method (by decompiling).

    For instance, you can get the actual NavNode by

    INavigationNode navNode = navHelperService.getCurrentLaunchNavNode(request);

    From this, you can for example ask for the children or also for the children including the hidden elements and so on.

    Hope it helps

    Detlev

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