The Web Application module checks the Skin HTTP parameter for all Stateless requests. If this parameter exists, the module tries to open a Named Skin with the specified name, otherwise the Unnamed Skin (for the addressed Domain) is used.
The Web Application module checks the Language HTTP parameter for all Stateless requests. If this parameter exists, the module uses it to selected a non-default Text DataSet for the selected Skin.
The Web Application module places certain data into datasets produced with all Stateless Requests code components. The following list specifies these "generic" dataset elements that can be used with all Stateless WSSP pages:
The following sections specify the Stateless URLs, the name of the code component called, the actions taken by the component, the dataset produced with that component, and the name of the WSSP file used to produce the HTTP response.
these URLs are used to process Login operations.
If the HTTP request has the username and password parameters, the code tries to authenticate the client using these parameter values. If the supplied credentials are correct, a new WebUser Session is created, and a request for the "entry page" is sent to the Session. This request usually returns an HTML "jump page" that is sent back to the user browser. It forces the browser to enter the "Session realm".
If the request has the DisableIPWatch parameter, the "Fixed IP Address" security feature will be disabled for this session, even if the Account WebUser preferences enable it.
If the request has SessionSkin parameter with a string value not equal to *, the session is opened using the Skin specified with this parameter. The Skin is searched in the Domain of the logged-in user (which can be different than the Domain used to display the Login page).
If username or password parameter has not been specified, or a WebUser Session could n