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Hai,

I dont know if this is a redundant question!!??

What I need is:

I have a CAS server in my machine
I have JForum on the same server
I have used CASFilter ( A filter that manages authentication; only thing of your interest might be "CASFilter.CAS_FILTER_USER" stored in the session attribute after authentication).

How can I bypass the default authentication mechanism of JForum and use the CAS server's CAS_FILTER_USER to signin automatically?

I have not used the SSO module in JForum's CVS! Will it help me in this issue? If so , can someone guide me?

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SunThin
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The SSO stuff, as well the LoginAuthenticator, may help you, yes.

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Thanks Rafael!

I tried to checkout version from cvs.dev.java.net!
but it wont work; the username and password I used was guest / jforum
Is there something I have to do ?

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guests don't need password

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oops! I was in a hurry that I didnt have a good look at it!

Anyway, I tried to checkout using guest with no password, but I was not able to get one.

I used Eclipse for the checkout!
Have any idea of whats wrong with my checkout procedure?

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SunThin
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Please check the solution for the CVS checkout problem at:

http://www.coderanch.com/t/575250 #5096

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SunThin
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