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SSO example

 
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I'm afraid that the documentation has not kept up with the current code level. I think that code is using several classes that have been removed. I know I posted an updated version of a Cookie based SSO class but I can't seem to find it...

The better way to start understanding SSO would be to look at the SSO classes supplied with the source code (e.g, the stuff in the net.jforum.sso package). The docs (and a lot of posting here) still cover the "theory" correctly, just not the exact implementation.
[originally posted on jforum.net by monroe]
 
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I've this example:
Http://www.jforum.net/doc/ImplementSSO
I try to compile that.
And i try to run that example.

I have already noticed that the line 7 is wrong. The right line ist:
Import net.jforum.contextRequestContext;

Then I have errors that the classes UserVO, DAOManager JndiDAOManager and HexTool unknown. I have not found where these classes to be defined.

Is there any body who can help me?

[originally posted on jforum.net by StefanGattmann]
 
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