Comments on: Single Sign On for Web Applications – Use of Windows Login details https://technology.amis.nl/2005/01/21/single-sign-on-for-web-applications-use-windows/ Friends of Oracle and Java Sat, 25 Apr 2015 11:36:47 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2 By: Suma https://technology.amis.nl/2005/01/21/single-sign-on-for-web-applications-use-windows/#comment-1542 Wed, 17 Jan 2007 02:42:10 +0000 /?p=350#comment-1542 I am trying to use JCIFS to integrate our application authentication process with NT Domain logins . Everything is fine in Mozilla . But in IE it is giving me page not found . I am using tomcat 5.5 and IE 6 with jcif 1.2.13b4 is there any special setup required for IE ?

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By: AMIS Technology blog » Blog Archive » Single Sign On in UIX applications https://technology.amis.nl/2005/01/21/single-sign-on-for-web-applications-use-windows/#comment-1541 Thu, 06 Apr 2006 14:00:26 +0000 /?p=350#comment-1541 […] In my current project I was asked to investigate the possibility of implementing a Single Sign On solution for a couple of Oracle UIX web applications I am implementing. A little investigation showed that all users login to their PCs using a "domainuser" username and a password. Our customer would like to use those credentials for logging into the UIX applications without getting a popup. My colleague Lucas Jellema recently posted about an NtlmHttpFilter class provided by the jCIFS project and I decided to try that out.Using the NtlmHttpFilter proved to be extremely easy. The jCIFS NTLM HTTP Authentication documentation gives a few examples of how the filter can be incorporated into a web application. Using the Explicit Domain Controller web.xml Example I got it up and running in no time. The example only contains four configuration parameters and finding out the correct values for these parameters proved to be the most difficult exercise. After having found them out I fired up OC4J from within JDeveloper on my laptop and gave the customer instructions on how to add my laptop IP address to the Trusted Sites list in Internet Explorer on his laptop and asked him to browse to my NTLM enabled web app. He was greeted by a page stating his Windows username in the form "domainuser". The Windows username is available from the HttpSession via the getRemoteUser() method. The password isn’t! So users who worry about their passwords can stop worrying   […]

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By: Wouter van Reeven https://technology.amis.nl/2005/01/21/single-sign-on-for-web-applications-use-windows/#comment-1540 Tue, 04 Apr 2006 15:32:42 +0000 /?p=350#comment-1540 Lucas,

I have used these classes to implement a SSO for the customer I currently am at. Using the instructions found on http://jcifs.samba.org/src/docs/ntlmhttpauth.html all users within the domain specified in web.xml now can login to a test web application I created. Using JNDI/LDAP lookups in thier Active Directory server I can get the full name of the user (and other details). I will create a post about this later this week.

Greets, Wouter

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