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NT Authentication in JSP

 
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Hello everyone,
I am using Tomcat-4.0.4 on NT4. I would like to do an NT authentication and I am not sure where to start.
Any help, pointers, etc. will be greatly appreciated.
Thank you.
Lana.
 
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What is an NT authentication? Is it like using basic or form based authentication in a web app using JSP?
 
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Well, what I would like to do is grab user id from NT login and place it as a variable in a query in my JSP page.
 
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In that case why do you need authentication for your JSP since you rely on NT Auth. as long as someone logged into NT you are OK.
 
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Hi!I dont think that u can get the NT login in tomcat coz we tried it many times But finally ended up using a asp page which retrives the nt login & then redirects to a jsp page.Sorry 4 u.
 
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Originally posted by Vedhas Pitkar:
Hi!I dont think that u can get the NT login in tomcat coz we tried it many times But finally ended up using a asp page which retrives the nt login & then redirects to a jsp page.Sorry 4 u.


Vedhas, please try to reduce the contractions in you posts. It just reduces understanding
thanks,
Dave.
 
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To Ruilin Yang:
Unfortunately I am not "ok". NT login ID matches an ID in one of the user tables. I need to prepopulate the form with user information by recognizing him in this manner: extract NT id, put it into a variable and query the user table where user_id = 'StringNTid';
Thanks for everybody's input.
Lana.
 
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You can try this:
 
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Jose -
Great solution, I just tested on Tomcat with Windows NT and lo and behold up came my user name...
 
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Sorry David.But my boss roams around these days So i try to keeps the messages short & sweet.
Zac Have u tried it with different NT machines?Because i think that the user.name() returns the name of the machine on whose JVM the code is currently running.We tried it but didnt work for us.Different machines ,that is.
 
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I did not try it on different machines yet but that is also a good point...
 
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