SugarCRM inside of Liferay

Antonio Musarra

I began my journey into the world of computing from an Olivetti M24 PC (http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olivetti_M24) bought by my father for his work. Day after day, quickly taking control until … Now doing business consulting for projects in the enterprise application development using web-oriented technologies such as J2EE, Web Services, ESB, TIBCO, PHP.

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  • http://www.aegisisc.com/liferay-portlets-development.html Liferay Programming

    liferay is very useful , free and open source also support for multiple programing languages,
    Thanks for sharing Customer Relationship Management.
    it’s helpful and improved my CRM knowledge.

    • http://musarra.wordpress.com Antonio Musarra

      Thanks for the appreciation.

      Bye,
      Antonio.

  • http://twitter.com/gaurav_sharma Gaurav Sharma (@gaurav_sharma)

    Thank you for this tutorial. I tried this out and it works perfectly. One problem I see with this approach is, although you are logged in automatically, you are not logged out once you log out of Liferay. Any idea how to fix that?

    • http://musarra.wordpress.com Antonio Musarra

      Hi,
      Thanks for the appreciation.
      The two systems are decoupled with the iframe in the middle. One solution would be to be with the two systems in SSO, or if either of the two systems belong to the same domain, it would be possible to access the Cookie PHPSESSIONID (Sugar) from Liferay, then calling the logout URL or web service of CRM, passing session id as the value of PHPSESSIONID.

      What do you think?

      Bye,
      Antonio.

      • http://twitter.com/gaurav_sharma Gaurav Sharma (@gaurav_sharma)

        I think the PHPSESSIONID idea sounds like an easier solution. I’ll give it a try and let you know how it works out.