List of modules

Here is a full list of authentication modules available:

  • org.infoglue.cms.security.InfoGlueBasicAuthenticationModule (default)
    Uses the InfoGlue database for authentication.
  • org.infoglue.cms.security.CASBasicAuthenticationModule
    This module makes it possible to use CAS (Central Authentication Services) authentication both to cms and / or deliver. Open source SSO solution.
  • org.infoglue.cms.security.JNDIBasicAuthenticationModule
    Uses an LDAP for authentication.
  • org.infoglue.cms.security.InfoGlueJ2EEAuthenticationModule
    An authentication module which trusts the ordinary J2EE container authentication. That means it accepts a user found in the request as authenticated.
  • org.infoglue.cms.security.CombinedJNDIBasicAuthenticationModule
    Can be used to combine an LDAP authentication and the ordinary InfoGlue authentication module as a fallback.
  • org.infoglue.cms.security.InfoGlueExtranetAuthenticationModule (not used).
  • org.infoglue.cms.security.GenericCombinedAuthorizationModule (new)
    Allows a user to combine any number of other authorization modules. So some users/roles/groups can come from InfoGlue, some from LDAP servers and so on. The limitation is that a user can only have roles / groups from the same adaptor.
  • org.infoglue.cms.security.SimplifiedJNDIBasicAuthorizationModule (new)
    From now on the default LDAP-adaptor. Very flexible and configurable.
  • org.infoglue.cms.security.WebServiceAuthorizationModule (new)
    The new SOAP-based (Apache Axis) webservice way of getting all authorization information.
  • org.infoglue.cms.security.InfoGlueJDBCAuthorizationModule
    Allows you to have almost any JDBC source as the authentication source.
  • org.infoglue.cms.security.CombinedJDBCBasicAuthorizationModule
    Allows you to combine the JDBC and basic authorization modules.
  • org.infoglue.cms.security.CombinedJNDIBasicAuthorizationModule
    Allows you to combine the JDBC and basic authorization modules.
  • org.infoglue.cms.security.JNDIBasicAuthorizationModule (use the SimplifiedJNDIBasicAuthorizationModule module instead)


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