Mat Schaffer on 25 Jun 2008 09:07:30 -0700

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Re: [PhillyOnRails] Rails / PHP / Capistrano

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On Jun 25, 2008, at 11:22 AM, Nick Romanowski wrote:
This was the option i decided to go with. It doesn't offer everything i was hoping for, but it was the easiest. I'm just using fully qualified links from within the rails app to the subdomains and some of the other setup is a little messy, but at least it works. SSO for all three is nothing more than a pipe dream now...

Isn't it always? I recently discovered that mod_perl and mod_python have hooks for HTTP authentication. Actually used mod_perl to get svn using my redmine database for usernames/passwords.

It's got me thinking about ways you could maybe leverage this in other apps to get at least a single set of credentials and potentially SSO as well. But maybe I should just give up and really master LDAP.

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