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Create Login application

 
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Greetings,

Here's what I have been asked to do: Create a separate application simply designed for login / authentication. Upon a successful login, move to a page that has links/menu items to move to different applications, some on same server, some on other servers. There is an expectation that an Object/address can be securely passed to each application in order to provide access permissions that are common to all the apps. Two of the applications that I know of are Struts based apps, but there could be CF and others as well..... Can any one suggest either a good starting point for the app or the research needed to make a more informed decision. ( I am delivberately omitting my leanings, as I have started looking into some options)

Thanks to all who can, and care to, reply.

JC
 
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