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Hello Everyone,
I am a Java newbie and I recently joined a team who have performed multiple client implementations of a particular project, all running on WAS 8.5. The applications are present as separate projects under a common Java working set, but under different client specific names. There is one project titled Core which is the single known point of entry. The URL to access the app would be "localhost:9080/core". This URL has a dropdown list of user (profiles) that we can pick from, to login. However, the list of users are specific to client A even though the URL points to Core. Is there anyplace (like applicationContext.xml or any other configuration file) where the default application to open is mentioned, where I can change settings to open list of users specific to client B instead of A?

Please let me know if my question is unclear or if you need any further information.

Thank you very much in advance.

Cheers,
Nash
 
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Without any login you should try to pre-initialize your "drop down list" using cookies or tracing client request IP.
I'm not aware of a method to automagically do what you're trying to achieve.
 
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