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SSO with JForum 2.1.7, Help!

 
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hi everyone,
I'm a newbie and trying to install JForum for my company to use. I'm wondering if I can get some direction to implement SSO with JForum 2.1.7. I've read the SSO doc and had followed the sample code to no success ... seems like some import files were missing from v2.1.7. i.e. "ActionServletRequest.java".

Are there any sample code for cookie or implementing my own class that I can follow? Any help is appreciated, thanks!

Terry
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Ok, I registered this in Jira:

http://www.jforum.net/jira/browse/JF-620

Rafael
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hi Rafael,
I would really like to get SSO working ... Do you know when 2.1.7 R4 will come out or if you have any write up that I can follow to do SSO? If not, can you tell me which version of JForum, the SSO direction is for? Thank you!

Terry
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Since SSO generally requires some code modification, I'd suggest checking out the source from CVS. This is the most reliable place to get the source (Use the B_2_1_7 tag).

Version tagging grabs everything as opposed to the distribution build scripts which have a lot of excludes, etc that sometimes are wrong.

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