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From Johannes Meyer <johannes.c.me...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: AJAX Authentification
Date Fri, 08 Feb 2013 16:35:39 GMT
Hi Konstantin,

thank you for answer.

> HttpServletRequest.login(..) ?
> (in a Servlet 3.0 application)

If I call this function, only the current request is authorized, but
not the whole session.

Is there any solution to authorize the session?

Thank you,
Johannes

2013/2/8 Konstantin Kolinko <knst.kolinko@gmail.com>:
> 2013/2/8 Johannes Meyer <johannes.c.meyer@gmail.com>:
>> Hello all,
>>
>> I'm developing a web application with asynchronous techniques (ExtJS).
>>
>> The most pages are secured with a "security-constraint", so the user
>> has to log in at first.
>>
>>
>> The users gets prompted a login dialog and can type in his username
>> and password. The data will be sent asynchronous to the server and the
>> user should be logged in.
>>
>> How can I implement it at best?
>>
>> I tried to work with FORM-authentication but it is not very elegant.
>>
>> Is there any solution to make an AJAX-Authentication?
>>
>> Or can I build a servlet, that logs the user in, without show him any dialogs?
>>
>
> HttpServletRequest.login(..) ?
> (in a Servlet 3.0 application)
>
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