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Integrating logins for multiple application

 
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Hi All

I have 2 application created. Application 1 is a normal servlet and jsp application and application 2 is a struts application. Both the application has separate logins. Now i want to integrate the application 2 into application 1. That is inside application1 there will be a link when the user clicks that link the user should be taken to application 2, without the asking the user to re enter the user name and password for application 2. I would like to know of to implement this solution.

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Rahul somanath wrote:Hi All

I have 2 application created. Application 1 is a normal servlet and jsp application and application 2 is a struts application. Both the application has separate logins. Now i want to integrate the application 2 into application 1. That is inside application1 there will be a link when the user clicks that link the user should be taken to application 2, without the asking the user to re enter the user name and password for application 2. I would like to know of to implement this solution.

Thanks and Regards
Fierof2



As far as I know, this is known as SSO(Single Sign On). There are many open source implementations available. You may want to look at SAML and SSO
 
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