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Single sign on for Enterprise Application

 
Malay Thakkar
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Hi,
How can we implement single sign on feature using J2EE.
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Malay
[ October 01, 2002: Message edited by: Malay Thakkar ]
 
pjoisha
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You could possibly implement custom techniques using servlets, session state, cookies etc. but I would consider using Netegrity's SiteMinder product.
PJ
 
Malay Thakkar
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Hi Prashanth,
Can you give me details regarding Netegrity's SiteMinder product.
I want to implement in one of my Enterprise where I am using Struts framework.Here I am using MVC architecture.I have business logic layer of EJB's and persistence layer and deployment on Websphere Application Server.So as you mentioned can this product be used without any constraints along with Websphere Application Server.
I was thinking of using LDAP for single signon.
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Malay
 
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We are also moving in that direction ... using WebSphere to run our application and SiteMinder for SSO. You can get details about SiteMinder at this URL
http://www.netegrity.com/products/index.cfm?leveltwo=SiteMinder
If you're running WAS on NT then consider getting a plugin for the Apache web server. SiteMinder gives you an option of using its LDAP server or an external db like Oracle to host your user profiles.
PJ
[ October 03, 2002: Message edited by: Prashanth Joisha ]
 
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