Welcome to the list.
I'm not aware of anyone doing authentication using SCA.
Unfortuantely, Kieran went silent on the subject, so the work never
There are a couple of things we've done since that discussion which
would make implementing @authentication easier:
1. We've completed the pluggable bindings work, so any new
annotations (e.g. @authentication) will automatically get parsed and
passed to the binding code.
2. We've just added support to identify the service interface from a
PHP interface. This would mean we could have other public methods for
security which would not appear on the service interface.
Is this something you'd be interested in seeing added to SCA? Do you
have any thoughts on how you'd like to see it work?
On 14 Sep, 18:36, "Silvano Jr" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi all!
> I am new on SCA and I was wondering how people are doing
> authentication using it.
> Does anyone have examples?
> Also, I read the threads about the @authentication. How's that going?
> Best regards,
> Silvano Girardi Jr
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