[Zope] auth info in RESPONSE.redirect
06 Jun 2002 15:24:24 -0400
The most common way this is done is by persisting the auth info in
cookies. You can use the CookieCrumber product to manage this for you.
On Thu, 2002-06-06 at 00:45, Aseem Mohanty wrote:
> The problem is I am trying to implement a simple login method, and
> barring IE 5.1 and up all browsers behave nice and clean. IE is really
> erratic, sometimes ti keeps auth info sometimes it doesnt, since it
> screws up my logout process too.
> Anyway, thanks for the info.
> Florent Guillaume wrote:
> >No. RESPONSE.redirect instructs the browser, using a Location header, to
> >try another URL. There is no way in the HTTP protocol to instruct it to
> >use a specific authentication.
> >Aseem Mohanty <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >>Is there any way to send the authorisation information gotten by
> >>something like :
> >>ac = encodestring('%s:%s' % (username, password))
> >>auth = 'Basic %s' % ac
> >>alongwith a RESPONSE.redirect('url') where url is a protected resource,
> >>so that the validation
> >>does not pop up a username/password box and uses the suth info provided.
> Aseem Mohanty
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