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Portal Log off not possible

Former Member
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Hi,

I could not log off from Portal, EP 7.0. Even the log in time is at times very long.

How can I resolve these issues?

Thanks,

Vamshi

Accepted Solutions (1)

Accepted Solutions (1)

Former Member
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Vamshi -

Not sure about the logon times being lengthy, but for logging off problems, do you perchance have popups blocked in your browser? If so, try turning off the blocker?

Former Member
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Hi,

Pop ups are not blocked for portal.

Vamshi

Answers (1)

Answers (1)

Former Member
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Hi Vamshi,

Logoff delay time is specified in Defaultmast head Par file.If u want to change it,then extract the "com.sap.portal.navigation.masthead.par" .Give your Logoff time specifications here.

Hope it'll help.

Regards,

Malini,V

Former Member
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HI Malini,

'com.sap.portal.navigation.masthead.par', Could you please give me the navigation to this par file.

Thanks,

Vamshi

Former Member
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Hi,

Go to->SystemAdministration->Support->PortalRuntime->Browse And Deployment-> from here down load 'com.sap.portal.navigation.masthead.par'.

Regards,

Malini.V

Former Member
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Hi Malini,

I am working on EP 7.

I have downloaded the file and found an xml file called portalapp.

In this file, for the LogOut component, there are no times specifies.

Instead for the property Authscheme, the value 'anonymous' is set.

Thanks,

Vamshi

Former Member
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Hi Vamshi,

Open Header iview.jsp .In that Jsp you can find coding for Logoffdelay time.

<b>window.setTimeout("logoffDelay()","50");</b> . Here you specify the logoffdelaytime.

Regards,

Malini.V

Former Member
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Hi Malini,

Here is the extract of the HeaderiView.jsp

var isLogoffFinalAllowed = true;

var logoffStartTime = (new Date).getTime();

function logoff()

{

EPCM.raiseEvent("urn:com.sapportals.portal:user", "logoff", "");

logoffStartTime = (new Date).getTime();

window.setTimeout("logoffDelay()", "50");

}

function logoffDelay()

{

var isLogoffDelayElapsed = ((new Date).getTime() - logoffStartTime) > (60*1000);

if(isLogoffFinalAllowed || isLogoffDelayElapsed) {

logoffFinalCall();

} else {

window.setTimeout("logoffDelay()","50");

}

}

the parameter is already mentioned. Does this have anything to do with portal Performance? Because at times, it works fine.

Thanks,

Vamshi