Hi Nicole,

I would be really interested in you test-case and
also the exact exception you get.

Cheers, Petar.

2009/1/5 Nicole Luneburg <nicole.luneb...@lisasoft.com>

> Ps. I have been searching the net all day.
> Thought I'd mention that I did come across
> http://jakarta.apache.org/cactus/writing/howto_security.html
> but I understand that using beginXXX() and endXXX() is for client side
> testing and setup() and tearDown() is for server side testing, which is what
> I'm doing.
> Doesn't Cactus handle the session authentication automatically?
> Do I need some sort of configuration to do this?
> I'm not sure what parts of my code I should post here, do let me know.
> Posting all the parts I think are relevant will be a lot! :)
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