[jcifs] JCIFS - POST Question

Eric Glass eric.glass at gmail.com
Mon Aug 2 20:17:54 GMT 2004

The Servlet DTD specifies the order of tags in web.xml:


Technically, a compliant container implementation will only accept
tags that conform to the DTD ordering.  Glad you got it working!


----- Original Message -----

Worked beautifully with two steps, I never thought that it would be so simple. 
but I found it hard with web.xml as it is only accepting the filter
entry after <display-name> tag.

Thank you
Narendra Yalavarthi
407 345 3073 

Eric Glass <eric.glass at gmail.com> 

07/30/2004 07:42 PM 
        To:        "narendra.yalavarthi at harcourt.com"
<narendra.yalavarthi at harcourt.com>
        cc:        jcifs at lists.samba.org 
        Subject:        Re: [jcifs] JCIFS - POST Question

Yes, the jCIFS filter should work fine. See:


for setup instructions.  If you have your app running, you should just
be able to add the filter to the deployment descriptor (web.xml). 
Then you can get the username by doing:


from within your web app.


----- Original Message -----
From: narendra.yalavarthi at harcourt.com <narendra.yalavarthi at harcourt.com>
Date: Fri, 30 Jul 2004 18:42:20 -0400
Subject: [jcifs] JCIFS - POST Question
To: jcifs at lists.samba.org

I am trying to implement SSO to my web application(Intranet), I was
able to get the Windows ID using NTLM Authentication ( I only need
Windows Id to validate Users against Database) but the problem is my
POST request stopped working, so i am trying to find alternatives.
       I wanted to know whether FCIFS works with POST request or not,
based on the documentation it looks like "NO" but i am not sure.
If POST doesn't work with JCIFS is there any alternative way ? i am
using WSAD 5.1 to develop the application.

Does JAAS support this kind of SSO Authorization ? 

Thank you

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