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kri shan
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I have discrete application on differenet application servers. How can i do single sign-on for all application?
 
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Start by selecting a SSO (single sign-on) product to use and then dig into the selected vendor's/product's documentation. Most companies I've seen implement SSO have bought Netegrity SiteMinder (which costs god-knows-how-much) but you'll probably want to look into other options as well. Here's some links I found by Googling:

http://www.manageability.org/blog/stuff/single-sign-on-in-java/view
http://jaxmagazine.com/itr/online_artikel/psecom,id,587,nodeid,147.html
http://www.wedgetail.com/jcsi/sso/description.html
http://www-306.ibm.com/software/tivoli/products/access-mgr-e-bus/
http://www.entegrity.com/products/aa/aa.shtml
http://www.oblix.com/products/coreid/index.html
 
kri shan
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Any open source tool is available for single-sign-on like Nitegrity SiteMinder?
 
todd runstein
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Don't know anything about the product mentioned, but some good open source java options are CAS (from Yale University) and JOSSO (available on sourceforge).
 
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