SSO authentication via java client minus the web agent

Discussion in 'Java' started by rdaly, Jun 21, 2006.

  1. rdaly

    rdaly Guest

    I am looking to develop a java client that will authenticate user
    logins via Single Sign On. However, I want to design it in a such away
    that the client communicates directly with the policy server via HTTP
    posts bypassing the web agent altogether. I want to architect it like
    this so I can avoid the outrageous costs my host provider is trying to
    charge for installing and maintaining the web agent in their
    environment. Has anyone attempted a design like this in the past and if
    so what was involved?

    Any input would be greatly appreciated!!!!
     
    rdaly, Jun 21, 2006
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