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Single Signon and LTPA configuration

 
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Dear all,

Has anyone worked on Single Signon and LTPA for authentication purpose?

Rgds,

Seetesh
 
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Anyone?
 
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I have dirtied my hands a lot . I was hoping there would have been more response to such a simple question. .
becuase I was thinking of posting a more complicated issue I am facing...

Anyway u can ask me what ever questions u have and I can try and answer them.

HTH
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Originally posted by Seetesh Hindlekar:
Dear all,

Has anyone worked on Single Signon and LTPA for authentication purpose?

Rgds,

Seetesh



Seetesh. This kind of question typically go unanswered. If you want an answer it is a good idea to provide detailed information:
a) why are you asking
b) what problem do you want to solve
c) what is your environment
d) what have you tried and what were the results

So when u ask about LTPA: are you considering it? Did you get stuck? Is it for WAS or WAS/Domino etc.

Hth
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Originally posted by Stephan H. Wissel:
This kind of question typically go unanswered. If you want an answer it is a good idea to provide detailed information



I agree, there's a lot of vague questions without enough specifics in the WebSphere forum. Many people have used the technologies, but not as many are willing to volunteer themselves as an expert without knowing what the real question might be.
 
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Hello all,

I am now planning to use Single Sign On in Spring framework either using Acegi/CAS.

Any inputs for the same?

Rgds,

Seetesh
 
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