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Subject: Re: [wsrp-interfaces] Implementation question

Interesting question. I can't answer for the IBM implementation, but would note that the user could have bookmarked the page just before leaving their session and come back via that bookmark. As to whether the Portlet can require the Consumer to have a behavior that restores navigational state from a previous user session, I think that is more properly a characteristic of the Consumer (perhaps even on a per page basis) and not a characteristic of the components it used to build its page(s).


"Andre Kramer" <andre.kramer@eu.citrix.com>

09/02/05 07:03 AM

[wsrp-interfaces] Implementation question

If I may somewhat abuse this forum for a quick poll on how navigational state is handled in WSRP consumer implementations, wsrp-interfaces being the most active / vocal one:

Do your Portals facilitate saving a WSRP Portlet’s navigational state between end user login sessions? I.e. if I navigate to a remote portlet’s XYZ screen and then log out from the consumer will I actually be able to log in later (go to the page for the WSRP Portlet) and see XYZ if the portlet has saved/encoded “show XYZ” in its navigational state? I know the spec supports this but is it widely implemented / selectable?

If not, do people think this should be supported by a new boolean flag in a portlet’s metadata description: requestingNavStatePersists=true/false?

Also, I will not be able to make the SC call next week so, again, my apologies.



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