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Customization for non logged in user - Weblogic portal

 
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Hi,

In my portal application, I would like to allow the non-logged users to customize the portal page.

a) Is it possible in weblogic portal? Please share a link which helps/discuss more about non-logged in users customization. I found visitor shell allows only logged in users to customize.

The Sample DVT application which comes along with Weblogic portal installation does not allow non logged in user to customize the page.Is there any way this behavior could be changed by any configuration so that non logged in user could customize the portal page.

Any help or guidance more related to non-logged in users is highly appreciable.

Thanks
Sivaji.S
 
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This problem can be resolved by maintaining 2 desktops. Use database driven desktops insted of filebased.
 
Sivaji Somanathan
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Hi ,

Could you please explain in detail how this problem would get resolved with two seperate desktops. How would the portal remember the user's preference if he is not logged in ?

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Sivaji.S
 
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