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From "Meir Yanovich" <me...@fts-soft.com>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] How to manage single sign on with apache
Date Mon, 25 Dec 2006 06:51:55 GMT
Hi 
Can you please give more technical details  about how you implemented
your sso solution ? 
Did you used thid middle mysql db as your ldap ? Or what 

Im facing with the same problem of implementing SSO for 2 or more java
applications 


Also which sun framework did you used and it proved to be over head for
you? 
Thanks 


 
 


-----Original Message-----
From: Gregor Schneider [mailto:rc46fi@googlemail.com] 
Sent: Sunday, December 24, 2006 3:35 PM
To: users@httpd.apache.org
Subject: Re: [users@httpd] How to manage single sign on with apache


nope, it's one module, and it doesn't break modularity. please refer to
the docs which have been posted above to understand how it's working.

maybe you can do the same by combining the named modules, however, it's
way more work, more complex and it's really the question if you get it
working anyways.

mod_auth_cookie_mysql is proven to be working, stable, reliable, it's
open source and it gets maintained - so what more do you want?

when we implemented SSO apache/tomcat, we checked A LOT stuff, and
mod_auth_cookie_mysql in combination with a self-written SSO-servlet
delegating the authorization to tomcat and filling the required
parameter into the database did a superb job.

it's lean, it's easy to understand and it's easy to maintain.

the only alternatives where some big SSO-frameworks i.e. from SUN, which
now is open source and some other stuff. Those solutions contained 90%
stuff we didn't need and it was really complex to get them working
anyways.

The combination of the modules you named was never an option for us.

Maybe you can post a working solutions of the named modules and I'll
change my mind, however, I haven't found anything described in the web
based on your suggestion.

Cheers

Greg
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