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From Juan Manuel Parrilla GutiƩrrez <joanma...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Use form instead of AuthType Basic (pop-up windows)
Date Thu, 21 Jan 2010 16:53:18 GMT
Thank you for your answer, but I would like to use Authz and Authen like
AuthCookie is doing. (And I think Apache::Session is not doing so).
What I do not now is: how to use a form instead of "AuthType Basic"?

Juan Manuel Parrilla

2010/1/21 David Romero <romdav@gmail.com>

> Hi,
>
> Look at Apache::Session module, that module is easy to use and you can
> store any kind of data in the session object like the "login data"
>
> Just store in the session object the login form results where necessary.
>
>
> 2010/1/21 Juan Manuel Parrilla GutiƩrrez <joanmanel@gmail.com>
>
> Hello, this is my first message to this list and I am also a bit new to
>> mod_perl.
>> My question is simple, in all the documentation I have found about
>> mod_perl and auth (like practical mod perl, or writing apache modules in
>> perl and c) they are always using AuthType Basic, so when the users tries to
>> acess some protected content, a pop up windows will appear to ask for
>> name/pass.
>>
>> What I want to do is to use a formulary instead of that pop-up window. As
>> far as I know looking at AuthCookie, for example, there they define
>> "AuthType Sample::AuthCookie" and they also define a login.pl and
>> different configs in the conf files.
>>
>> I want to know the different steps to define and use a form instead of
>> AuthType Basic.
>>
>> Thank you very much,
>> Juan Manuel Parrilla
>>
>
>
>
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> David Romero
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