Custom authentication and extending the login.jsp element.

Cantor, Scott cantor.2 at
Fri Aug 31 13:42:22 EDT 2012

On 8/31/12 1:24 PM, "PARDEE, MARTIN  (MARTIN)" <mlp at>

>Once again,
>More attitude than information.

I haven't give you any attitude at all. I noted that your premise as to
what the documentation actually is meant to cover was faulty. You're
reverse engineering non-public interfaces, in other words, and that means
you read the code.

What you've asked me to do is read source code I didn't write so that I
can answer the first of likey more questions about how that code works as
part of changing non-public behavior of the software. My response was, and
is, read the code so you can copy it if that's what you want to do.

And, I'm pretty sure I *answered* your question. You asked what the page
does, and I told you that as far as I recalled, it submits the form back
to the user/pass servlet for processing. Then it does what I told you in
my first answer, that it calls an API to return to the authentication
engine with servlet attributes set to complete the login.

-- Scott

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