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How to do SSO between Portal and J2EE application deployed on same machine.

Hi All,

I want to do SSO between Portal and J2EE web Application which is based on Struts.

To access J2EE webapplication we have to provide User name and Password. Portal and J2EE web application use the same User Data. All user related information is stored in LDAP. So Portal and J2EE application use the same User data from LDAP.

Right now we are accessing J2EE struts base web application separately. I want to integrate it inside the portal. As I have mentioned that Portal and J2EE application has same USer data.

User, who has appropriate rights to access J2EE web application they can log into portal and J2EE application.

Now I want to integrate J2EE inside portal and implement SSO between Portal and J2EE application so I can access J2EE application inside Portal. Portal and J2EE webapplication both has same USer data.

Now how I Can do SSO so User who has proper role to access J2EE application they can access it from portal without providing user name and password again.

If some on provide step by step information it will be a great help.

It is urgent. Please help me all portal expert here.

Thanks in Advance.

Ashish.

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 05:09 AM

    Hi,

    SSO is usually done if the applications exist in different systems or servers. If the application too exists in the same machine, why not try calling the user name and validating in the application itself. You need not have to create a new login page for the application unless it is used outside the portal. Just a suggestion.

    Regards,

    Harini S

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