smorrey at gmail.com
Sun Dec 30 12:15:48 MST 2007
You are going to need to use PHP or PERL and create a login box, tie
it into a backend DB such as MySQL or PostGRES or even just a flat
A ton of examples can be found here...
The easiest way is probably a simple PHP script that checks for the
presence of an authentication cookie, and if not present then it will
direct the user to a login box for the pages being viewed.
Something along the lines of
$auth = $_COOKIE['auth'];
die("You must login to view this page!");
On Dec 30, 2007 12:08 PM, Jeff Anderson <jefferya at programmerq.net> wrote:
> I am not going to bore you with 'why' but this is what I want to do:
> Authenticate a user behind the apache authentication from the server-side.
> Basically I want to get rid of the box if I have a password area on apache.
> The user would provide their credentials in the login form of <insert
> your web app or framework here> and the web app would make a call or run
> a command that tells apache that the current user is trying to
> authenticate. Apache processes the request just like it had come from
> the http request packet in the user agent.
> I am not interested in alternatives to this, as I have thought of many
> of them already, and rejected them.
> Any and all insight is appreciated, even if you don't have a solution.
> Jeff Anderson
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