[Product-Developers] Re: Single sign on across heterogenuous systems
aleksandrv at berkeley.edu
Tue Jul 1 20:02:49 UTC 2008
authenticating against cas in plone is implemented using CAS4PAS
collective.castle has a stable branch that exposes CAS4PAS configuration as
a plone control panel.
note that these two enable plone to authenticate a plone site against a cas
server, not to act as one. we have been using the two packages and they
work. we do authorization against an LDAP server but i suppose it may be
possible to authz against source users as well as long as there's a common
Martin Aspeli wrote:
> Wichert Akkerman wrote:
>> Previously Martin Aspeli wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I have a Plone site that will maintain a member database and content.
>>> One part of the site will go off to a "white labelled" (i.e. same style
>>> sheet and template) shop system hosted by a third party, on completely
>>> separate infrastructure. The shop will live on shop.domain.com and the
>>> Plone site on domain.com.
>>> I would like to support single sign-on and shared member data across
>>> these two sites. In particular, users should only sign onto the Plone
>>> site. When they enter the shop, they should appear logged in there if
>>> they were logged into the Plone site (if they're not, there'll be a "log
>>> in" link that goes back to the Plone site). Member data should only be
>>> held in one place, the Plone site.
>> This sounds like something where CAS, possibly in combination with LDAP,
>> provides an out-of-the-box solution.
> You mean http://www.ja-sig.org/products/cas?
> Do we have any examples of this used in Plone?
> Author of `Professional Plone Development`, a book for developers who
> want to work with Plone. See http://martinaspeli.net/plone-book
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