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alijanjua
P: 5
HI All !!!!!
I have a question for you all experts.
The scenario is that my boss has said me to design a web page on which some links will be offered to the user to open different portals like: "www.msn.com", "www.yahoo.com" (these are for example) etc. The user will come on the main page after authentication from the web server deployed at our end. This task is very simple no problem at all.
Now come to the problem..........
When the user will click on the link the respective portals/website will be opened which will offer another authentication to sign in to that. Now the problem is that there is only one official account available for that portal/website for the company and the authentication information which is purchased is not supposed to be shared with all of the employees.
I want to have this information i.e. username, password and the url embedded in the application somewhere and let the application to provide sign in information on behalf of the user.
How I will do this ??
I have tried some JavaScript' ing but still unsuccessful. Please guide.
Thanks in Advance.
Sep 7 '06 #1
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iam_clint
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P: 1,208
Well i would assume you would need to post the data to the site your trying to go to with the correct login information...
Sep 7 '06 #2

alijanjua
P: 5
How I supposed to do this ??
Sep 8 '06 #3

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hi,
i am sorry for such a delay to ur question. i am new to this forum and today only i have seen ur querry. there is an option to do this. for that u have to add ur username and the password along with ur url in the link button. i have heard about it and not have tried. if u r still seeing this form do reply
Jan 5 '07 #4

subashini Thiyagarajan
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i am not getting portal does not required any authentication also username and password actually differs from people to people.
how can we break a common rule by adding in your program.

<a href="mailto:name@yahoo.com">click me</a>

like this we can do.

is it right? or u r talking about something else
Jan 6 '07 #5

ronverdonk
Expert 2.5K+
P: 4,258
When you know anything about PHP you can always login to a remote site via PHP using cURL. When interested in this option, have a look at the following sample Sign-in To Amazon.com with PHP CURL

Ronald :cool:
Jan 6 '07 #6

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