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natarajan rajan
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Joined: Mar 15, 2010
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hi
we are implementing single sign on in our application, we are planned to use java open single sign on and on more thing we need go combine two different application (mail, chat),
my doubt is
how the db structure will be,because, JAVA Open Single Sign On gateway has a set of tables
our application is enterprise resource planning, for that set of user management tables is there and i have create user account in postfix mail server and openfire chat server,
whether i have to create the same user name and password in all the user detail tables or in gateway.

if i create a user in gateway how to authorize in other application?


please help me for this its very urgent


regards
Nataraj
Paul Sturrock
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Joined: Apr 14, 2004
Posts: 10336


whether i have to create the same user name and password in all the user detail tables or in gateway.

if i create a user in gateway how to authorize in other application?

This sort of stuff should be in the JOSSO docs. I would start there.

And since this is not an ORM question, I'll move it to a more appropriate forum.


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