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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 5647] - AJP13 connector will not pass authentication requests
Date Fri, 15 Feb 2002 00:50:39 GMT
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AJP13 connector will not pass authentication requests





------- Additional Comments From jonathan_pierce@seagram.com  2002-02-15 00:50 -------
I've confirmed the fix for the AJP13 Connector / Authentication problem in
4.0.2.
This solves high priority bugs 5647 and 6219.

Please have one of the committers confirm the fix and check it in to cvs. 

The issue was reported in Bug 6219.

I tested the following modification and it seems to resolve the problem.

The problem is in org.apache.ajp.tomcat4.Ajp13Request.setAjpRequest The fix is
below:
Replace from line 115:

// String remoteUser = ajp.remoteUser().toString();
 // if(remoteUser != null)
 //   setUserPrincipal(new Ajp13Principal(remoteUser));

String remoteUser = ajp.remoteUser().toString();
if ((remoteUser != null) && (! remoteUser.equals ("")))
        {
            setUserPrincipal(new Ajp13Principal(remoteUser));
        }
        else
        {
         setUserPrincipal(null);
    }

After making this modification, I am able to successfully serve the protected
example url through the IIS connector and get properly challenged by the login
screen and am able to login and logout as expected.

http://localhost/examples/jsp/security/protected/index.jsp

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