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j_security_check

 
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*sigh*
I know this topic has been posted before, but I can't seem to find a solution to using J2EE form-based security (in WLS6.0). In the wls sample app 'security' running under their ExamplesServer, a login request will post successfully to j_security_check, which I presume will consult the security node of the server & look up the user/password. Replicating the same code & running under my default server & domain, the <form method="POST" action="j_security_check"> leaves me at a 404 page error. Is there is something I'm missing? Perhaps in the way the different server instances? I'm actually loosing sleep over this...
Thank you so much for your help!
 
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Melissa,

Did u solve this?
 
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Sudharsan, you do realize that this post is 5 years old! And with 3 posts, I doubt Melissa has stuck around...

If you have a question, it'd be best to ask in a new topic rather than dredging up one that's covered in cobwebs.
 
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Bear, I did'nt notice that it was 5 years old. Sorry!
 
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I think when we search a keyword example "j_security_check" the default list of topics displayed are sorted by the oldest topic on the top.

I have couple of times gone through the topic on top and then realized that its really old.

It would be nice to have the latest topic on the top rather the oldest one as the default search results to avoid confusion.
 
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