[Catalyst] Catalyst and Java
tja824 at gmail.com
Wed Oct 31 17:40:19 GMT 2012
Thank you both for your suggestions. Creating my own model is along the
lines of what I was thinking, but I know in advance that this is going to
really stretch my abilities.
Another possibility that has occurred to me since my original post is that
I could remove the authentication to Apache (using
Catalyst::Authentication::Credential::Remote). If the authentication is at
that level, I know I can get it to protect both resources and provide a
seamless experience to the user.
Somehow, though, creating my own model seems like the more appealing
On Wed, Oct 31, 2012 at 12:22 PM, Ashley Pond V <apv at sedition.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Oct 31, 2012 at 8:41 AM, Devin Austin <devin.austin at gmail.com>
> > On Wed, Oct 31, 2012 at 3:50 AM, Tim Anderson <tja824 at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> I have a handful of java servlets that I would like to 'front-end' with
> >> Catalyst application, essentially using Catalyst to provide
> >> authentication/authorization before passing along the browser requests
> >> the servlet.
> >> Does anyone have experience with doing something like this? I'd
> >> any insight or direction.
> > This would be fairly do-able if you used REST for inter-app
> > communication. Or something like Message::Passing, which allows you
> > to send a "message" to a queue, which could be subscribed to from both
> > ends, thus allowing the apps to talk to each other.
> > If the Catalyst app is acting as a proxy to the servlets, I would
> > think you could do a pretty regular
> > authentication/authorization/session set up with it and just pass
> > along whatever other info you need to the servlets via the
> > aforementioned means.
> Another approach worth considering is to wrap the servlets up in a
> model. This often takes a bit longer and more thinking in the set-up
> phase but will give you code that is easier to reuse in other places.
> I've done this kind of problem both ways and either is fine but I'd
> lean to the model. You would end up with something you could run with
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