In our previous post we saw how PlatformApp1 was able to read the cookie created by AuthPlatform. The PlatformApp1 verifies with the AuthPlatform if this cookie is valid (maybe through shared data or a simple REST API exposed by AuthPlatform) and accordingly lets the user proceed.
Thursday, 20 March 2014
Tuesday, 18 March 2014
Monday, 17 March 2014
I have often worked on web applications which used SSO. In fact my blogger profile also works through an SSO flow. If I am logged in into Gmail than all fine, else I need to login into Gmail or more specifically my Google account.
Wednesday, 12 March 2014
In the last post we saw how we could use Handlers to access various properties associated with the web service requests and responses. But can we modify them ? I guess it is time the CrazyHandler actually did something crazy !
Monday, 3 March 2014
In our previous post we saw how a handler is invoked with CXF. We also saw that our handler was invoked twice - once as a part of the inbound flow and once as a part of the outbound flow. There is a slight problem here. The same handleMessage method of the same Handler instance is used in both cases - which means the same code executes twice!