hi, i working on sso and seam too. can u pls send me example to how to
integrate jboss sso and seam?
Raphael Duarte Paiva wrote:
> I wrote my own solution to SSO integration with seam and Jboss AS.
> Its a pretty Simple LoginModule for Jboss AS, who calls a session
> query the user from the database and store its principal into the
> Then I wrote a seam component that is called every time a user
> enters a
> module (a service of the major project). It just retrieve the
> the container (using jacc) and authenticate it in seam (populating
> Identity component).
> If you need more details, feel free to contact me.
> On Thu, Sep 24, 2009 at 22:14, xin wu <alartin(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I think the SSO is a big issue when we suggest clients to adopt
>> Seam. I
>> the CAS SSO and rewrite Authenticator and Pages classes
>> according to CAS wiki but it does not work properly. Even I can
>> use SSO
>> two Seam applications, the seam application does not work same as
>> before. The reason seems that Seam can not handle
>> navigation(pages.xml/x.page.xml) correctly any more. For example,
>> when I
>> login a simple CRUD Seam application and create a new entity,
>> after I
>> save button, the entity is created successfully but I am not
>> navigated to
>> the Entity.xhtml and stayed at the same edit page. When I click list
>> and click View/Edit link of the entity, the entity's information
>> is not
>> shown at the corresponding fields. They are all empty.
>> In fact, the CAS SSO adds some filters in web.xml. Does them affect
>> navigation? After I remove CAS SSO configuration, all works fine.
>> SSO is a common requirement of many clients. Can somebody help to
>> out what happened? Thanks.
>> Sean Wu
>> JBoss Solution Architect
>> RedHat Service Center, P.R.China
>> Email: seanwu(a)redhat-service.com.cn
>> Mobile: 13911868610
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> Raphael Duarte Paiva
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