use the authentication provided to you by the container. The solution
that Danny provided does just that. You want to use a JSR-196
authentication provider like openId4Java and use your web.xml to
require authentication to access certain services within your
On Jul 29, 9:17 am, Jeff Chimene <jchim...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm not convinced that GWT is the right environment for Authentication. GWT
> is a great toolkit, but solving the authentication/authorization problem in
> an application-agnostic way is a tough problem to solve.
> FWIW, one of my current apps supports traditional username/password as well
> as OpenID. The reason is that a few of the beta testers found OpenID "too
> I don't use server side Java; I found some OpenID client validation code in
> PHP that does what I want.
> On Wed, Jul 28, 2010 at 10:00 PM, V M <thinker...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello GWT Users,
> > I am just wondering if we have any Library to do authentication using
> > OpenID providers like Google accounts/Facebook.
> > Here is what i am trying to do:
> > * Create a site which needs log-in widget/page/module to customize UI for
> > Users.
> > What is the best way to create a Login form in this case?
> > I appreciate if you could point me to some examples.
> > Thanks in advance.
> > -V M
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