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From Bert Van Kets <>
Subject Re: User Authentication - HOW ?
Date Wed, 03 Jul 2002 21:18:25 GMT
There's a full authentication in sunSpot that is very easy to implement.
Check out and
Try it step by step and you'll see that it's not really difficult, yet very 
flexible.  You can use every datastore you can use in Cocoon as a user 
database. This includes any JDBC databse, text files, xml files and LDAP.

At 15:23 2/07/2002 +0200, you wrote:

>Im just dealing with Cocoon for a while and have coded a forum in xsp. 
>Currently ive no idea, how to implement a user authentication in cocoon, 
>havent found any idea on the net.
>It's also possible to write a servlet and so on or use turbine, but i just 
>wantet to use much xsp as possible without "around-coding".
>Also it's really hard to understand the sunspot example without 
>documentation - it seems also a little bit hard to implement.
>How could this be done ?
>Is it possible to use some kind of "session-variables" in xsp to implement 
>the logging feature ?
>The login could then also be done by using a form and an interpreting xsp 
>Any suggestions ?
>Thanks much 4 help,

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