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I am building a tiles page.

I have two statements link

<io:request

I have to access the page by login. Login creates cookies.

When I have one statement <io:request

the page goes smoothly.


But the second request keep asking me to reauthenticate again and again.

And do not let me see the page?

What should I check for possible errors.
I could see both the pages <io:request by direct url.

log is

Found cookie!
Forcing update to security service cookie
No cookie value provided, generating it.
Handling request...
Status = SUCCESS
Deferred module = null


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Question by:su_harvie
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Hi,

The only way to make requests requesting over and over again is to implement some functions that force a page to reload and reload all over again and again ...

... I know that this can't be an answer yet that'll be able to help ... but you might consider to place the already developed code ... someone of us could have a look at it ... and hopefully some "inspiring" analysis on it!


Best regards,
Raisor
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