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net.jforum.sso.CookieUserSSO is missing in release 2.1.8

 
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Take a look at:

https://coderanch.com/t/577843

There's a more recent variation of the CookieSSO code close to the bottom of the thread.
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Hello,
I downloaded JForum Release 2.1.8 in zip and war version and tried integrating with my application..I am using SSO feature for integration..
It is surprising that there is no net.jforum.sso.CookieUserSSO file. Looks like it is missing. Could you please verify or let me know how to get this class?

Thanks
Raghu
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There is no cookie example shipping with jforum ...

there's only one sso implementation, that is remoteusersso .

But there's an example for cookie sso within the forum. You can use the search to dig down and find the info if required
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This is real confusing then...
I read jForum documentation on SSO couple of times...They clearly say [net.jforum.sso.CookieUserSSO] is default for sso.implementation property...Yes it say "You can also implement your own SSO class to support your particular situation" as well and there is an example MyUserSSO for CookieUserSSO...

http://www.jforum.net/doc/SSO

http://www.jforum.net/doc/SSOcookies

I am new to jForum and still trying to catch up with lot of things...
[originally posted on jforum.net by rsrawat]
 
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Oh, I just read below statement for this file...
"This is just an example. CookieSSO does not exist in JForum by default. "
Please ignore this topic...I will create a CookieUserSSO for my appln..
[originally posted on jforum.net by rsrawat]
 
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