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Problems with Form Based Authentication

Sudarshan Muramreddy
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Joined: Jun 08, 2004
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Hi All,
I am trying to do form based authentication in JBoss.The following steps i have done to do so

1.Came up with one Login.jsp and LoginServlet.java

In LoginServlet i am doing the authentiation AS BELOW



3.i am giving the the authentication as "DBLogin" and giving this info in the Login-config.xml file

as below




4.DBLoginModule just extends from jboss DatabaseServerLoginModule


Though i am getting ctx.login(); with out any error and even i can print the principles after this,
but this is not really setting the principles into the servlet session ,which is required by my application,
so when i go into application and try to access the getremoteuser() or isUserInRole() it's giving me null values


Did i miss any thing here ,may be set the subject into the session so that Jboss takes that info from there?.
 
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