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Hi,

I have develop a web application using java and jsp. In my web application, there are links to several other web applications. I aim to achieve the "backend login" of the applications that are being linked in my current web application. That is to say, when users login to my web application using my webapplication login form, i will auto login them to the other web applications such that when users click on the link in my web application, they do not need to login to those apps as they are already logged on when they use my initial login form.

Thanks a lot in advance
Jan 24 '07 #1
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Hi,

I have develop a web application using java and jsp. In my web application, there are links to several other web applications. I aim to achieve the "backend login" of the applications that are being linked in my current web application. That is to say, when users login to my web application using my webapplication login form, i will auto login them to the other web applications such that when users click on the link in my web application, they do not need to login to those apps as they are already logged on when they use my initial login form.

Thanks a lot in advance
Google session management.
Jan 24 '07 #2

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Google session management.
Erm..sorry..not too clear on that. Is there any java solutions instead?

Thanks
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Erm..sorry..not too clear on that. Is there any java solutions instead?

Thanks
Session management can be done in JSPs. Each time the user logs in on one page, you create a session and store the user's the data. You then display information based on that user's session. When the user logs out you destroy that session. You really need to read about it from a text because it won't be possible to explain everything about it in one post.
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