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Cross context SSO

 
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To enable SSO you are to implement net.jforum.sso.SSO.
authenticateUser(RequestContext request) recieves RequestContext object, which doesn't have access to HttpServletContext, so it is impossible to get data from another context. You are limited to use coockies or http params, which are unsecured.

My situation is: i have webapp (name it ROOT) with login page. When user logs in, I put everithing about him in session context. Now then user goes to forum, I want to get his cridentals from ROOT session context, so nothing is kept on client side expect of JSESSIONID cockie.

As you know, from Servlets API 2.5 session context is individual per context, so I have no oppotunity to reach ROOT context. It would be nice to add

into net.jforum.sso.SSO interface, or to add

method into net.jforum.context.RequestContext intarface.
[originally posted on jforum.net by Deady]
 
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A quick (and dirty) fix is to cast the interface object as the real object, WebRequestContext. This extends the standard HTTPRequestWrapper and gives you all the methods you need. Your SSO code would break in non-web situations... but that would probably be the case anyway.

But you might want to open a JIRA issue on this just to make sure this possible problem doesn't get lost.
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[originally posted on jforum.net by Deady]
 
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