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Hello to all,

I am having problems finding out what I have to do in order to use SSO.
What changes has to be done in existing applications ?
I understand that I have to implement the RequestContext interface at the external application
and change the system properties to sso from default.

Is it possible to elaborate a little bit more with the integration instructions ?

Thanks in advance

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I authenticate users from the application I do not use the container for this.
In order to use SSO should I make use of the container ?
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Finally the best choice for me is to integrate the source code under one project.
This way I do not need any container SSO or cookies.

This way I am able to have the same session for both applications.

Now my problem is that the first application (not jforum) runs under an application cluster.

JForum does not have run ok under cluster.
It is like 2 separate instances of jForum.



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I also have an interesting question: would it be possible for windows users to SSO to JForum given that they already logged in?
[originally posted on jforum.net by jobhits]
 
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