Thanks Zac... it doesn't appear as if there is an easy way around the
ZEO problem, without involving another large amount of complexity. I'll
bump heads with a few of the local Zope gurus and also see if the Pound
(our http load balancer of choice) developers have any suggestions.


 John Snowdon - IT Support Specialist
 School of Medical Education Development 
 Faculty of Medical Sciences Computing
 University of Newcastle

>-----Original Message-----
>[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Zachery Bir
>Sent: 26 April 2005 16:37
>Subject: [Zope-dev] Re: ZEO, FastCGI and Shibboleth
>On 2005-04-25 06:58:17 -0400, "John Snowdon" 
>> Has anyone any thoughts about how to go about shibboleth enabling a
>> whole host of ZEO instances... without each one having an 
>Apache server
>> sitting in front of it? Or is there an alternative method 
>out there that
>> perhaps is not widely known?
>We'd contemplated doing more work with PAS and Shibboleth to actually 
>get Zope to do the equivalent of mod_shibboleth, but it never went 
>anywhere. We stick Zope behind Apache (or some other proxying system - 
>Squid, et al.) as a matter of course, so it was a no-brainer to just 
>use mod_shibboleth in situ.
>We've posted the contents (modulo any specific policy) of our 
>Shibboleth implementation for PAS. It amounts to a few Scriptable 
>Plugins to handle the specific HTTP headers that get scribbled on a 
>Shibboleth session. Here's the message:
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