How can I allow a user to sign off from an AS/400 web application from the browser?

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Apache
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AS/400 login
RPG
RPG Program
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I have built a simple web application that uses a web front end to an RPG program.  Upon entering the URL the user is forced to enter a valid AS/400 user ID and password - in a similar manner to a password protected directory on a Linux server using Apache - utilizing a pop up window to collect the information . 

How can I build a signoff button the will end the 400 session and require re-authentication?



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As/400 Apache RPG
ASKED: October 4, 2010  10:49 PM
UPDATED: October 5, 2010  1:13 PM

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  • TomLiotta
    If the user doesn't "sign off", does that mean she can come back in later without "signing on""? If the user starts a second browser window, will that work within the "signon" of the first browser window? What happens if a link is opened in a new tab within a browser session -- is that within the same "signon"? Can the user start a second browser window and "sign on" a second time? ...to the same user profile? ...to a different user profile? There would be ways of handling sign on/off, but you'll need to set the operational parameters. Tom
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