||Xpages Dojo Login Custom Control v1.5 released on OpenNTF, contains some useful new features
div /divdivNew version of the a href=http://www.openntf.org/internal/home.nsf/project.xsp?action=openDocumentamp;name=Xpages%20Dojo%20Login%20Custom%20ControlXpages Dojo Login Custom Control v1.5/a has been released on a href=http://www.openntf.org/internal/home.nsf/project.xsp?action=openDocumentamp;name=Xpages%20Dojo%20Login%20Custom%20ControlOpenNTF/a./divdivThis new release adds some nice new features. /divdiv /divdivIt finally checks if the user is authorized to access the application by processing the next url (after succesful login) and checks if the user has acces. If not, the dialog will stay open and a warning is displayed./divdivIt also warns if the user is locked out or if the server is out of sync or the session has been expired./divdiv /divdivFor all this to work it requires a reasonType field on your default sign-in mapping and error-mapping forms. /divdivIf you have build your own forms (and I think you do, no one uses the default forms right?), you should check if a reasonType field exists. /divdivThis field returns authentication and authorization errors and the response of this form will be read by this control./divdivIf the control doesnt work properly, make sure the property generate HTML for all fields is checked on the mapping forms, or else the required field will not be rendered by the browser./divdivdivCheck the a href=http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/domhelp/v8r0/index.jsp?topic=/com.ibm.help.domino.admin85.doc/H_CUSTOMIZING_THE_HTML_LOGIN_FORM.htmlCustomizing the HTML log-in form /a in the domino administrator help for more information. /div /divdiv /divdivOh yeah, and it also contains a fix for IE7 users, thanks to Mark Leusink./divdiv /divdiv /divdiv /divdiv /divdiv /div
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