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i am using a security constraint in tomcat-users.xml for my my web root, but i am not using it for jforum. jforum is integrated in my application .war file.

I have these line in web.xml :


I do nothing in jforum to check this authentication. When this xml is enabled and i clear my session cookies in firefox or ie, i CANNOT log in to jforum. I am not seeing an error, it just says invalid user name or password. when i disable these lines, clearsessions, i have no problems.

What is going on?
[originally posted on jforum.net by CJackal]
 
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Which value the key "authentication.type" has? (SystemGlobals.properties)

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authentication.type = default


The reason I am even using the security constraint is that this is a visible developement machine. Currently I do NOT want to use the SSO feature for jforum... for now, the security constraint is in place ONLY to keep unwanted traffic off the developement machine.
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