I need to get my ColdFusion web apps to authenticate to a .NET server. The .NET people have given me a code snippet, but it's a .NET code snippet, so it doesn't help me much. I know I can use <cfinvoke> or CreateObject() to call the service, but I'm not exactly sure how.
Yeah, I was looking at that page. I have a meeting with our .NET people tomorrow. I'm thinking that they'll need to create this .wsdl file for us, and I can throw a <cfinvoke> at it. They gave us some code, but I'm starting to think that it's old asp code from around 10 years ago that they keep reusing, and I'm not sure if I can do anything with it from CF.
It's because all of our web apps need to use an access card (gov't) so we have to log in on the server that's set up to read the cards. I'm hoping that the session cookie from that server populates GetAuthUser(), in which case I'll be all set. Then I just have to figure out a way to tell the remote server that the session is still alive so it doesn't time out.
i have not done this but my experience a bit says that it can b done by making a web methord and on every app request it should come to .net server and like this they can b connected.. same way as snippet.. but i don't think other then this will be easy work ..it might make this a large project
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