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ticket and portlet

Question asked by arames on Feb 3, 2009
Latest reply on Feb 4, 2009 by openpj
i am trying to embed a portlet in a iframe for office intranet usage of alfresco cmis. I found a bug (or feature ?) when the browser is trying to request a frame url like :

http://server:8080/alfresco/service/ui/doclist?q=someQuery&alf_ticket=TICKET1234ABCD..7890XYZ
http://server:8080/alfresco/service/ui/doclist?alf_ticket=TICKET1234ABCD..7890XYZ&q=someQuery

the browser then ask again for credentials when loading.

With no ticket and no credentials we get the 401 status code which is expected behaviour but with the the ticket in URL and when clicking cancel to the credentials popup the browser displays the actual portlet whithout any document in the list which is a demonstration that the ticket has some effect but seem to be not enough to get trough. I tried with "ticket" instead of "alf_ticket" and it results to 401 status code.

Does the ticket is suppose to work with portlets like the standards dashlets doclist.get that is modular and can be exported ?

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