From: Reini Urban <rurban@x-...> - 2004-05-08 10:07:12
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> By: smarlowe
> Hi, my site uses apache authentication, and PHPWiki almost, nearly seems to
> be able to use it. It sees my name, and says I'm sorta halfware logged in,
> but it would be quite nice to have it just use the apache authentication and
> not have to have all 1500 employees where I work register in yet another software
> app. We use LDAP for our backend, so if hitting LDAP would be a way to keep
> track of users, I'd be willing to do some of the work to make that happen.
> Once I get my brain wrapped around a bit more of the phpwiki code.
Please see doc/README.phpwiki-auth
We already support both, apache http auth and LDAP.
If you use LDAP as backend for apache http auth, just define
"HttpAuth" in USER_AUTH_ORDER.
The problem might be the "halfway" logged in.
The exact message or problem description please.
If you loose the authenticated status on the second click, it's a
session problem, not a auth problem.