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How to Configure Single sign on in a web application

suresh midde
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Hi ,

Can any one tell me how to configure single sign on in a web application.

I heard from someone, that it can be configured in a xml.

Can anyone help in this regards

Thanks
Suresh
Ulf Dittmer
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That depends on the server you're using; the instructions for Tomcat are here. Being server-specific it can't be part of the web.xml file (whose contents are standardized).

Since this is an area that's not standardized it's not part of the SCWCD exam; thus I'm moving it to a more appropriate forum.


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