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      I think that exporting public pages actually exports the private pages.

      1 Login with test@liferay.com
      2 Have a couple of public pages and private pages for him (I had the social networking portlets on them).
      3 Go to my public pages
      4 Manage Pages
      5 Export (public.lar)
      6 Go to my private pages
      7 Manage Pages
      8 Export (private.lar)

      Results: The private.lar are public pages and not private pages.

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        Ginson Ren added a comment -

        Hi Robert,
        Thanks for the report.I need more information in order to reproduce this issue. Could you also show me the steps for how to use these lars as default lars for a new user and as you said the exported lars contain the same layouts and the same portlets,how did you distinguish them? Thanks very much!

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        Ginson Ren added a comment - Hi Robert, Thanks for the report.I need more information in order to reproduce this issue. Could you also show me the steps for how to use these lars as default lars for a new user and as you said the exported lars contain the same layouts and the same portlets,how did you distinguish them? Thanks very much!
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        Robert Biter added a comment -

        You add this to portal-ext.properties
        default.user.public.layouts.lar=$

        {liferay.home}/data/user_public.lar
        default.user.private.layouts.lar=${liferay.home}

        /data/user_private.lar

        You add the lars to the data directory (found next to tomcat and deploy)

        To see the contents of the lars, you can change their extension to .zip and browse through them like an archive. When you export them, have 3 public pages with some portlets and 2 private pages with other portlets. You will see it exports the same data.

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        Robert Biter added a comment - You add this to portal-ext.properties default.user.public.layouts.lar=$ {liferay.home}/data/user_public.lar default.user.private.layouts.lar=${liferay.home} /data/user_private.lar You add the lars to the data directory (found next to tomcat and deploy) To see the contents of the lars, you can change their extension to .zip and browse through them like an archive. When you export them, have 3 public pages with some portlets and 2 private pages with other portlets. You will see it exports the same data.
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        Tammy Fong added a comment -

        Hi Robert,
        I am able to reproduce the issue. The export lar of public and private pages are the same; both lars are of public pages. I will reopen the ticket and update the issue. Thank you for your patience.

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        Tammy Fong added a comment - Hi Robert, I am able to reproduce the issue. The export lar of public and private pages are the same; both lars are of public pages. I will reopen the ticket and update the issue. Thank you for your patience.
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        Drew Blessing added a comment -

        Hi Robert,

        As part of the community verifier program I am taking a look at this issue.

        I am unable to reproduce this on Liferay 6.1 GA1 per your last comment's steps. Can you verify that this is no longer a bug in 6.1 GA1?

        Thanks!

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        Drew Blessing added a comment - Hi Robert, As part of the community verifier program I am taking a look at this issue. I am unable to reproduce this on Liferay 6.1 GA1 per your last comment's steps. Can you verify that this is no longer a bug in 6.1 GA1? Thanks!
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        Michael Saechang added a comment -

        Issue has not been updated in over two months. Closing as 'No Longer Reproducible'.

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        Michael Saechang added a comment - Issue has not been updated in over two months. Closing as 'No Longer Reproducible'.

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