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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 27676] - HttpRequestBase doesn't reparse query string after call to setQueryString()
Date Thu, 15 Jul 2004 14:40:50 GMT
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HttpRequestBase doesn't reparse query string after call to setQueryString()





------- Additional Comments From justinp@motive.com  2004-07-15 14:40 -------
Can you please elaborate on how you fix this?  I see the SingleSignOn class.  
I think it was there before.  Regardless, it's a Valve and has nothing to do 
with the Authenticator.

I need to pass a SingleSignOn authentication token from another web site to 
this one.  Right now, I'm looking for the request parameter in my custom 
Authenticator.  Is there a more appropriate way to do it through the 
SingleSignOn Valve?

It sounds like there is a different way to handle my situation that you're 
thinking of.

Thanks for your help.

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