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    mune72 is offline Active Member
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    Default Zimlet Secret configuration

    My aim:
    I have a DB whose username+password are different on the site on which the zimlet is running.

    I already wrote a config.xml, in the js that it is called, I put an alert that shows that the parameter is read in a correct way.

    I would like to write some code that writes in the session and then read it in the jsp that it is called from the js, but I can't write in the session with the javascript nor I can't write in the URL since it's a password.

    Any idea?

    Thanks

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    You can read the config file from the JSP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotty View Post
    You can read the config file from the JSP.
    Really? I can skip the .js; how?

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotty View Post
    You can read the config file from the JSP.
    Did you mean that I can use the jsp capability to parse a XML file?

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