Hi All,

I have the situation where from HTML dialog I need to make custom Ajax call to ivy Web Service in the same process. I`m wandering what would be the implications of this approach regarding the security context.

The Ajax call will send a HTTP request with the cookie session of the currently logged user. Will this be enough for ivy engine to identify the user ?

This question is also valid for the future release 6.2 when it comes to REST services.

Best Regards, Yordan

asked 23.06.2016 at 17:40

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Hi

With 6.2 this will not work because we do not consider the http session when processing REST services.

But your use case is interesting. I will report a feature request for it. Maybe it will be integrated to 6.3.

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answered 24.06.2016 at 14:34

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Danke !

This will provide a lot of capabilities to integrate with the newest JavaScript frameworks.

Best Regards, Yordan

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