Here is the scenario:
We have an internal web application that was built whose entry point is a servlet. Using a servlet as the entry point has allow us to extract user id credentials from our SSO agent and do a bit more application specific user authentication etc. After a given user is authenticated the servlet redirects to the initial search page with fields pre-populated with user information etc.
We looking for the best way to allow or circumvent when that first search page is book marked and the servlet authentication processing is bypassed. When a user does bookmark that first page then tries to request that 1st page the users info is not populated. What we need is a best way to redirect the request for the first page to the servlet when the user has bookmarked and requested that initial search page. Any and all suggestions would be most welcome.
This particular Java/J2EE app has been built using JDevelop 10g ADF JSF architecture.