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Single Sign On

 
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Hi,
I am in search of some simple and nice (and ofcourse) working code for single sign On functionality. I am actually looking for an application that could redirect the user he/she as he/she visits the site to his/her dfault page without having him/her entering username and password again.

Hope to hear from you soon.

Bye.
 
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Originally posted by mtw punjabian:
Hi,
I am in search of some simple and nice (and ofcourse) working code for single sign On functionality. I am actually looking for an application that could redirect the user he/she as he/she visits the site to his/her dfault page without having him/her entering username and password again.

Hope to hear from you soon.

Bye.




I guess you are mentioning something related to remembering password for a site so that you do not have to reenter your credentials when you check the correct option to remember you password.
Is that so ? In that case you can save cookies in the client machine and check for the cookies in the server side for username and password , it present then authorize the user or else whoe the user the login page for giving the login information.

single sign on is something else and not related to what you have mentioned.It is something to do with single sign on for a couple of applications.
 
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Have you looked at The Single Sign-On project?
 
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