[jboss-user] [JBoss Portal] - Re: How to unsecure a portal page

mat.lowery do-not-reply at jboss.com
Wed Jan 3 15:33:40 EST 2007

Thanks for the reply!

Using the Management portlet yielded mixed results.  I ended up making the portlets disappear altogether!  Besides, my goal is to get the config files (portlet.xml, portlet-instances.xml, and *-object.xml) to where they completely specify the configuration without needing to use the Management portlet.

To clarify the objects to which I've applied security, I've specified security settings for both a new portal of my own and on new pages within the default portal.  Neither of them seem to work as I expect.

As a simple test, I removed all security constraints in portal-instances.xml and *-object.xml, deployed those files, deleted the data, log, tmp, work directories, and started the server.  But every portlet has the You must login before you can view this.Click here message!  I really don't understand.

Every object is set to 


Hopefully what I meant by "unsecure" is clearer.  I don't want to have to login to see the content of any particular portlet.  Note that at one point, I had them "unsecured."  But somehow I can't get back to that point.

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