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how do u direct a user to diff portel or portlet depending on access rights

 
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how do u authenticate a user and direct him to a perticular portel or porlet depending on his access rights
 
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Do you use a specific portal? E.g. in WebSphere Portal Server, it is no problem to configure the portal to the needs described in your post ... In the Java Portlet Specification, there is no chapter about portal page acces rights, for instance. Solutions tend to be vendor specific here, AFAIK ...
 
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Use the PortletRequestDispatcher and supply it the page after some logic to determine whether the user has logged in or not.



[ December 10, 2005: Message edited by: K Riaz ]
[ December 10, 2005: Message edited by: K Riaz ]
 
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