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[CLOSED] How to disable Login screen of my Portal

I have a portal 'A' that can be accessed through an HTML page in another portal 'B'. Both portals use same credentials for signing in. In WebFOCUS AppStudio, I tried to run the HTML page of B and clicked on the link to navigate to A but its showing a login screen again. I want to disable this screen. I am a beginner Sweating so please explain me clearly..

Johjen Mathew

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Hello Joe,

Can you provide some more details about your environment? For instance, what type of security are you using?

Since you are new to WebFOCUS, you may want to open a case on our Tech Support Site so that one of our representatives can work with you more closely to help you configure your security correctly.

Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help you.

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Joe, don't expect the behaviour of a web page to be the same when running from App Studio and when running from web browser.

I would use App Studio for development only. Test the behaviour you're expecting by actully running the portal A from the web browser.


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Francis is right. Running from App Studio is not real world and things will work differently when you run them directly from your portal.

If I were to venture my best guess as to what is happening, I would guess that your credentials for App Studio are cached seperately from the credentials in the browser. What I would guess is that the Portal page is looking for the credentials in the Header for your browser and its not finding it there. I would expect that logging into the Portal first, and then clicking through to the second portal should avoid this issue.

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