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Getting access to menu from portlet in liferay

The below code describes the way of accessing menu items from the portlet. Here i have called it from jsp. The best thing about this is you can use the beautiful permission management of menu items of liferay as well without bothering about that. Writing services for fetching menu names from the layout tables will need more codes for permission managements......

Hope this helps.........

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<%@ page import="com.liferay.portal.theme.ThemeDisplay"%>
<%@ page import="com.liferay.portal.kernel.util.WebKeys"%>
<%@ taglib uri="" prefix="portlet" %>
<%@page import="java.util.*"%>
<%@page import="com.liferay.portal.model.Layout"%>
<%@ page import="java.util.List" %>
<%@ page import="java.util.ArrayList" %>
<%@ taglib uri="" prefix="liferay-theme" %>
<%@ page import="com.liferay.portal.theme.NavItem" %>
<%@ page import="com.liferay.portal.theme.RequestVars" %>

<portlet:defineObjects />
<liferay-theme:defineObjects />

<div style="width:100%">

//ThemeDisplay themeDisplay = (ThemeDisplay) request.getAttribute(WebKeys.THEME_DISPLAY);
String title = themeDisplay.getLayout().getName(themeDisplay.getLocale());


List<NavItem> navItems = new ArrayList<NavItem>();
if (layout != null) {
RequestVars requestVars = new RequestVars(request, themeDisplay, layout.getAncestorPlid(), layout.getAncestorLayoutId()); 
navItems = NavItem.fromLayouts(requestVars, layouts);

<%for (NavItem navItem : navItems){
if (navItem.getName().equalsIgnoreCase(title)){%>

<%if (navItem.hasChildren()){%>

for(NavItem navChild : navItem.getChildren()){

 <div style="float:left;" class="newsMenuPortlet">
<a href="<%= navChild.getURL() %>" <%= navChild.getTarget() %>><%= navChild.getName() %></a>






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Symptoms :: 
Several processes running named f or i. 
Network choked
Apache Dead
Unknown entry  * * * * * root f Opyum Team in crontab

Investigate ::
Try to kill the f process and even root will be unable to kill it. Check file named f and i in /etc or /bin or /usr/sbin directory. Try to delete, the file f  will not delete.  Some unknown .jpg files will be there in the same folder. 

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remove the unknown .jpg files in system folders

(kill process f) option k

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#ses -i /etc/crontab
#vi /etc/crontab (and delete last line)

Precautions ::  In my case the server was hacked bu Brute-force attack
So set a good password with a combination of upper,lower case letters and special characters.

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