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Form-based login in WAS 4.0.2  RSS feed

 
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I can't seem to get form-based authentication to work in WAS 4.0.2 - using SecureWay 3.2.1 and DB2 7.2
I've tried both the j_security_check and a custom login servlet - neither is completely successful.
Using the custom-login servlet, after what seems like successful authentication, access to the protected resource is still redirected to the login page (I also had to code the redirect myself)
Using j_security_check the redirect is to my welcome page defined in my web app's deployment descriptor - which is not the protected resource I originally requested. Subsequent requests to protected resources still redirect me to the login form.
Has anyone got a .war of form-based authentication in WAS 4.0.2 that works?
Thanks.
 
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Fixed. I was using "localhost" for ltpa/ldap (sso enabled), so changed that to a fully qualified name. I also reconfigured Secureway to use the same fully qualified name instead of "localhost" as well. I also configured the proper AdminRole user in the Security Centre and all seems to be working properly now.
[ February 20, 2002: Message edited by: Bill M ]
 
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