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How can we call from a html to portal page?

 
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Hi,

How can we call a portal page?
I have a webpage(html).From that page onclick of some link i need to show the portal page.
can someone please guide me?

Thanks & Regards,
K.Kiran Kumar

 
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What do you mean by "call"? Can't the link point to the portal's URL?
 
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Hi,

I have tried that am getting console(username &pwd page) instead of portal page.

from html (link)----><a href="http://ipaddress:10040/wps/myportal/PortalHomePage">portal</a>

Directly am getting the console.means asking username & password not the portal page.

I want to get the portal page from html link.(In middle am getting username & password page(console)).

please guide me.

Thanks & Regards,
K.Kiran Kumar

 
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I don't know what "the portal page" is, but if the portal requires a login, and the user is not currently logged in, then I don't see a way around the login page.
 
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This is expected behavior if the portal has security turned on. Either that, or the page you are sending them to is specific to a particular user.

But if the page you are sending a client to has restricted data on it, then the portal will want to authenticate the user before making content visible.

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