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I m implementing SSO using Oracle Http server (based on apache 2.0) to be more precise using mod_osso , which would communicate with sso server for authentication of a user( cookie management ).
Then based on the result appt. profile and further processing would be done by app server (using mod_weblogic) non oracle based app server.
Any documents related to the mod_osso configuration with step by step guild line are welcome
I would be pleased if you give support with reference to above procedure.
Thanx !!
Abhishek

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Actually, I'm past that point. Yes, to make a stand alone application, that is what one would do (as a matter of fact, there are several environmental variables that are set by mod_osso, but REMOTE_USER is usually the most useful). The real question is how does one write a portlet provider that implements a partner application that uses mod_osso, not the SSO SDK.
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