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From "Michael Xiong (JIRA)" <axis-c-...@ws.apache.org>
Subject [jira] Commented: (AXISCPP-971) axis-c engine: Support Basic Authentication of apache2, thus can get username/password pair info directly
Date Wed, 27 Sep 2006 02:12:53 GMT
    [ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/AXISCPP-971?page=comments#action_12437991 ] 
            
Michael Xiong commented on AXISCPP-971:
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Dear all,

Environment:
Tomcat 2.0.58 should be -->
Tomcat 5.0.28

Could someboday help me to update the "Environment:" info ?

Thanks a lot !
Michael Xiong

> axis-c engine: Support Basic Authentication of apache2, thus can get username/password
pair info directly
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: AXISCPP-971
>                 URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/AXISCPP-971
>             Project: Axis-C++
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: Server - Apache module, Server - Engine
>    Affects Versions:  1.6 Beta
>         Environment: Platform:
>         Linux fedora 3.0
> Axis version:
>         Server-side Axis C++ 1.6Beta
> XML Parser Lib:
> xersesc 2.6
> WSDL2ws tool by using axis java 1.3
> Client-side version Axis java 1.3
> Http Server Version:
> Apache 2.0.53
> Tomcat 2.0.58
>            Reporter: Michael Xiong
>
> I'm  developing a web service server module by axis-c  on fc3/apache2 platform.
> This server module need to be accessed through basic authentication of apache2(as http
standard), and it internally need to login again to the lower-level legacy privileged system.
> But I found that  though axis-c engine can access username/password pair info from apache2(which
checked by mod_auth module first), my server module which interacting with  axis-c engine
can not get username/password directly, because axis-c engine discarded the username/password
info during the communication between apache2 and  my server module.
> Thus my server module can not get username/password pair from http basic authentication,
which will cause my server module very difficult to login to the lower-level legacy privileged
system.
> I've investigated both 1.5final version and 1.6beta version, they all have the same problem.
> Because the axis-c engine acting as a bridge between apache2 and my server module, so
I think it's necessary to modify axis-c engine to resolve this problem.
> So I'd like to give some improvement to the axis-c engine code of 1.6beta version, so
that any server module can simply get the username/password pair info from IMessageData interface.
> The below is my modification for this improvement, please check.(I've verified my code
change on my platform, it works well)
> Totally 4 source file need to be modified: 
> 1. include/axis/IMessageData.hpp
> 2. src/common/MessageData.h
> 3. src/engine/server/ServerAxisEngine.cpp
> 4. src/server/apache2/Apache2Transport.cpp
> For detail, pleae refer to below:
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> IMessageData.hpp: add two public interface:
> //<mxiong debug 2006/5/25
> public:
> 	virtual void setPassword(string& m_sPassword) = 0;
> 	virtual string& getPassword() = 0;
> //>mxiong debug 2006/5/25
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> MessageData.h; implement the added interface which used to access password info:
> //<mxiong debug 2006/5/25
> public:
>     void setPassword(string& sPassword) { m_sPassword = sPassword; }
>     string& getPassword() { return m_sPassword; }
> protected:
>     string m_sPassword;
> //>mxiong debug 2006/5/25
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> ServerAxisEngine.cpp: in ServerAxisEngine::process (SOAPTransport * pStream), add some
code as the below:
> 	do
> 	{
> 	    /* populate MessageData with transport information */
> 	    m_pMsgData->m_Protocol = pStream->getProtocol ();
> //<mxiong debug 2006/5/25
> 	string username;
> 	if (NULL!=pStream->getTransportProperty("username"))
>         {
> 		username = (string)pStream->getTransportProperty("username");
>         }
> 	else
>         {
> 		username = "";
>         }
> 	m_pMsgData->setUserName(username);
> 	
> 	string password;
> 	if (NULL!=pStream->getTransportProperty("password"))
>         {
>         	password = (string)pStream->getTransportProperty("password");
>         }
> 	else
>         {
> 		password = "";
>         }
> 	m_pMsgData->setPassword(password);
> //>mxiong debug 2006/5/25
> 	    if (AXIS_SUCCESS != m_pDZ->setInputStream (pStream))
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Apache2Transport.cpp: in const char* Apache2Transport::getTransportProperty(const char*
pcKey, bool response), add the below code at the beginning:
> //<mxiong debug 2006/5/25
>     static const char* USER_NAME = "username";
>     static const char* PASSWORD = "password";
>     if (!strcmp(USER_NAME, pcKey)) {
>         return ((request_rec*)m_pContext)->user;
>     } else if (!strcmp(PASSWORD, pcKey)) {
>         const char* password = "";
>         ap_get_basic_auth_pw((request_rec*)m_pContext, &password);
>         return password;
>     }	
> //>mxiong debug 2006/5/25
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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