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How to maintain the Single Sign-On?.

moola reddy
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Joined: May 30, 2006
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Hi

We have 3 applications EmployerWeb, SalesWeb and CustomerWeb and all are running on WebSphere application server6.0
We would like to maintain the Single Sign-on for all applications.

The current system generating one token when logged in to the system and which is a having encrypted UID and PWD.
The home page will display the hyper links which user have the access.
Example:

Sales
Customers

based on the ticket value the respective application is getting the UID/PWD and again login to the system.

I am not happy with this solution. It is creating two sessions one at employerWeb application and other when they click on the link.

How to make it more meaningful

Thank you
 
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