Django Application as a Proxy to Plone Sites
A Django application as a Proxy to Plone sites.
Leocornus django ploneproxy is trying to provide a mod_python PythonAuthenHandler implementation and a Django application, which will allow Plone user can access internal Plone site through a http proxy server.
The http proxy server will authenicate user credentials based on backend Plone user sources and provide a extra session on top of Plone’s session (cookie).
The Django application provides the login form and manages the active session on proxy server layer.
- User can login to multiple Plone sites through a Proxy server.
- User and reset Plone site password through a Proxy server.
- Administrator could manage the sessions and monitor users through the default Django admin application.
- User can login to a Plone site through a Proxy server.
- Multiple Plone sites are not support unless the Plone sites have single sign on implemented.
- i18n support
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