Enrique Sanchez commented on Sep 7, 2015

Re: Enforcing SSL for particular WebSphere Portal pages

Lo acabo de probar con WebSphere Portal 8.5.5 y funciona correctamente

I have just tested it with WebSphere Portal 8.5.5 and it works great

Matthias X Falkenberg commented on Apr 5, 2013

Re: Enforcing SSL for particular WebSphere Portal pages

Hello Jon,

I checked the link from the article (https://greenhouse.lotus.com/files/app#/file/24d4e3b6-74e0-4155-b9e9-32bd7a88a915) and it works for me. Maybe Greenhouse was not available when you tried it.

Unfortunately, an upload to the wiki is not possible, because it is limited to a certain set of file types (jpeg, gif, png, pdf).

Please let me know if you still cannot download the sample.

Kind regards,

Matthias

Jon Hoover commented on Apr 4, 2013

Re: Enforcing SSL for particular WebSphere Portal pages

The greenhouse link to the sample code is broken, is it possible to post in the wiki?

Jan-Paul Buchwald commented on Jun 29, 2011

Re: Enforcing SSL for particular WebSphere Portal pages

Hi Frank,

thanks for bringing up this scenario - in fact, if the virtual portals are defined by virtual host name in the Portal administration, the API used in the filter to generate the URLs automatically uses that virtual host name when being called in the context of a virtual portal (and not the global host name defined in the resource environment provider). Added a respective note to the article.

Frank Herrfurt commented on Jun 8, 2011

Re: Enforcing SSL for particular WebSphere Portal pages

Hi Jan-Paul, hi Matthias,

very smart approach using the filter for control of redirection!

One question to you solution: How would it be possible to use the filter and the URL generation with a portal set up with many virtual portals which use different domains.

So far it is not clear to me, how I would need to set the hostname property in the WP ConfigService, so that the right domain name for the right virtual portal is chosen. It seems that I can only configure one hostname for a portal without virtual portals.

Is there a way to use the filter approach along with many virutal portals which have their own domains?

Regards,

Frank