|Connect with an RCP-application to an Infocenter using SSL [message #556930]
||Fri, 03 September 2010 04:30
Registered: August 2010
my last problem is solved, please see my last post in this thread for the new problem. Should be rather easy to fix?
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my Infocenter is up and running, also I'm only able to connect to my Infocenter by logging in with my external Browser.
When I connect to the infocenter with my Eclipse RCP I can't access the help. I want the Eclipse RCP to ask the user for login like the external webbrowser or another possibility to automatically transfer the username and password. SSL is necessary.
I've searched a bit and found this http:// dev.eclipse.org/viewcvs/index.cgi/platform-help-home/infocen ter_secure_access.html?view=co but these extension points do not exist (heard tomcat isn't used internal anymore, instead jetty?) and also some bug-entries which didn't help me.
Is it possible without rewriting everything?
Thanks in advance
[Updated on: Thu, 09 September 2010 08:39]
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|Re: Infocenter Authentication [message #558075 is a reply to message #557923]
||Fri, 10 September 2010 02:14
Originally posted by: h.grosse-plankermann.iks-gmbh.com|
just a wild guess:
Looks like the functionality you are looking for went to
Perhaps the extension points provided by this plugin can be helpful.
Especially org.eclipse.equinox.security.loginConfigurationProvider and
org.eclipse.equinox.security.loginModule look promising to me.
Hope that helps a bit.
Am 09.09.2010 14:36, schrieb Matthias:
> I have updated my IDE to Helios and since the new update it can connect
> to my hostet infocenter.
> Now the question is, which plugin of my rcp do I have to update to get
> the same functionality? (Login Dialog on Infocenter connect / SSL
> connection) I can't update everything because it's a rather huge project.
> Thanks in advance
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