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From Florian Holeczek <flor...@holeczek.de>
Subject Re: New and clean JSPWiki with old & dusty proprietary authenticator
Date Fri, 10 Aug 2012 07:05:33 GMT
If there was already a web container authentication available for that old thing, you could
also switch JSPWiki to web container authentication.

Regards
 Florian


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Von: "Florian Holeczek" <florian@holeczek.de>
An: jspwiki-dev@incubator.apache.org
Gesendet: Freitag, 10. August 2012 08:58:13
Betreff: Re: New and clean JSPWiki with old & dusty proprietary authenticator

Hi Roberto,

AFAIK you have to implement a JAAS LoginModule, see org.apache.wiki.auth.login.AbstractLoginModule
(see the rest of this package for examples).
Also see doc/aaa-diagram.pdf for a bigger picture.

Regards
 Florian


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Von: "Roberto Venturi" <Roven@Mercurio.It>
An: jspwiki-dev@incubator.apache.org
Gesendet: Dienstag, 7. August 2012 17:26:20
Betreff: New and clean JSPWiki with old & dusty proprietary authenticator

Hi everybody,
suppose you have a custom, proprietary, not standard, old & dusty  
authentication engine (it's really so).

Suppose that all users call a standard page to enter into JSPWiki  
(rovenLoginPage.jsp as an example)

After some handshake with the "old & dusty auth. manager", the  
rovenLoginPage.jsp knows everything about the caller (user name, id,  
groups, shoes's number, eye's color, etc..)  but here is the question:
how can it force theese authenticated values into wiki engine (shoes's  
number is not important, really :-) )?

If you want not suppose so much . . . :-) :-)

I need a page who, when called, set "Mickey Mouse" as wiki user and  
assign him to group "mouses".

Thanks again,
Roberto





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