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Filter not mapped

Prasanna Narayanan

Joined: Aug 22, 2005
Posts: 5
I am using Websphere version 5.1 Server and my login filter for j_security_check is not called when submitting the request although the j_security_check is called and thus the user is authenticated. Is there any thing I am missing, I have mapped the filter to '/j_security_check'.
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