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SSO integration?

 
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Hi

I wanted todo some integration components for wicket... I see that the different classes are mentioned on the wiki, but how do I get the classes are they packed in a specific jar and available on maven or?
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hmmm looking at the docs again...

It seems that I have to jar the files.. But found out that the session aproach might just be okay...
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Nino Martinez wrote:hmmm looking at the docs again...

It seems that I have to jar the files.. But found out that the session aproach might just be okay...



Still having an external api would be really nice..
[originally posted on jforum.net by Nino Martinez]
 
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