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Enterprise Application Integration (webpart)

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I have posted this message to the SharePoint.PortalServer group and the
SharePoint.PortalServer.Development group and did receive any
responses, so I suspect I was posting to the wrong groups. I hope that
this group can help with the following:

The Envrionment (both of these servers are in our DMZ):

One Server:
OS: Win2k3 Standard Ed.(SP1)
SharePoint Portal Server 2003
Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 (SP2)
Microsoft SQLServer 2000
Second Server: (This is an online university - which the students
currently go to and logon)
OS: Win2k3 Standard Ed.(SP1)
Apache HTTP Server 2.0.59
MySQL Server 4.1
*Currenty of course the website has a logon page. Each student has a
different view as they have signed up for specific classes, dates and
times.
What we would like to happen is that each student logs onto the
SharePoint Portal
They go to their site, click on the link to the online University and
are automatically logged on to the university with their personal view
specific to their classes, etc.
Single Sign-On has been enabled and an enterprise application has been
set up for
individual users. SSO is functioning properly (accounts being written
to the database).
Currently I have the SSO web part imported onto the students' site
webpage and a URL link to the online university. If the student has an

account in SSO, they can click the online university link and it opens
to the University's logon page. If they do not have an account in SSO
they click on the link and get the webpart maintenance error page in
sharepoint.
The SSO web part I used is the SSO web part out of the Resource Kit.
Obviously, the part I am struggling with is how to pass the SSO
enterprise app
credentials into the third party's application logon page so that the
students will not have to authenticate directly into that program. Any

ideas? Os is there a better way to accomplish this task?
Has anyone done this and if so are there any examples of code that I
could use and modify to fit our needs?

Thank you,
Edy

Oct 20 '06 #1
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