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From Pid <...@pidster.com>
Subject Re: Basic Auth - Adding Client Header
Date Thu, 14 Jan 2010 17:42:47 GMT
On 14/01/2010 16:20, cgswtsu78 wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> I have tomcat based application that is invoked from the apache side through
> mod_jk.  I've setup basic auth on the apache side and the very first request
> to tomcat works as expected (challenged when not logged in, not challenged
> when logged in), but any subsequent request and an http status code of 401
> (auth failure) is encountered.

How have you configured this?

What (exact) version of OS Tomcat, HTTPD, mod_jk / mod_proxy_ajp?

> One recommendation is that the tomcat
> application adds a header containing the credentials to each request and i
> present in all requests for a given realm.  Does anyone know how to
> accomplish this?

One recommendation from where?  How would that help if you've got auth 
set up in HTTPD?

Better to fix whatever config problem you have, I think.


p


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