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Mani kandan
Active Users in Liferay?
4 ottobre 2011 1.35
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Mani kandan

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Hi all,

I want to display the list of Active Users who are all logged in the website.

Is it possible to do in Liferay?
Anil Sunkari
RE: Active Users in Liferay?
4 ottobre 2011 2.17
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Anil Sunkari

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I hope usertracker table will give you full information & you can observe monitoring in control_panel.It also provides you current sessions with user information.

Hope it helps!
Leo Pratlong
RE: Active Users in Liferay?
4 ottobre 2011 2.14
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Leo Pratlong

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Hi,

you can set "true" to the property "live.users.enabled" on the portal-ext.properties to allow monitoring through the Control Panel. You will see session ID of connected users. But it's not a real monitoring.
Ravi Kumar Gupta
RE: Active Users in Liferay?
4 ottobre 2011 2.21
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Ravi Kumar Gupta

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that table will hold data only if live.users.enabled=true is set in properties
Andew Jardine
RE: Active Users in Liferay?
11 novembre 2011 13.03
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Andew Jardine

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Hi,

I'm trying to do this with Liferay 6, but it doesn't appear to be working for me. I've tried several restarts and cache clearing, but nothing seems to make a difference. In my portal-ext.properties file I have added the required --

live.users.enabled=true

but when I log in, from the control panel I see the message, "there are no live sessions". I even tried querying the usertracker table in the database, but my query returns 0 results. I am logged in as the admin, using localhost, and I am assuming that this doesn't make a difference. Is this a valid assumption?

: I just implemented an Post Login hook that does a check to see if the property is enabled. Here is the code I used, and it is returning true.

1
2        if ( PropsValues.LIVE_USERS_ENABLED )
3            log.info( "-------------------------------------> LIVE USERS HAS BEEN ENABLED" );
4        else
5            log.info( "-------------------------------------> LIVE USERS HAS _NOT_ BEEN ENABLED" );


Any help would really be appreciated.
Andew Jardine
RE: Active Users in Liferay?
14 novembre 2011 7.47
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Andew Jardine

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Another update. The same setting fro my coworker WORK, but for me they don't the only difference is that I am running LINUX and my coworker is using WINDOWS.

Does anyone know if there are other portal-ext settings that could conflict with this one? I know that there are others that take precedence sometimes, but I haven't read anything like that for this particular setting -- though maybe it's not documented.
Andew Jardine
RE: Active Users in Liferay?
14 novembre 2011 10.53
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Andew Jardine

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I've solved my own problem. The issue was in my portal-ext.properties configuration. I had changed the post login hook to use MY hook, but failed to append the default (LoginPostAction) class. Once I did that, I was able to see the sessions in the admin portlet.