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NAME

       Apache2::AuthCASSimple - Apache2 module to authentificate through a CAS server

DESCRIPTION

       Apache2::AuthCASSimple is an authentication module for Apache2/mod_perl2. It allow you to
       authentificate users through a Yale CAS server. It means you don't need to give
       login/password if you've already be authentificate by the CAS server, only tickets are
       exchanged between Web client, Apache2 server and CAS server. If you not're authentificate
       yet, you'll be redirect on the CAS server login form.

       This module allow the use of simple text files for sessions.

SYNOPSIS

         PerlOptions +GlobalRequest

         <Location /protected>
           AuthType Apache2::AuthCASSimple
           PerlAuthenHandler Apache2::AuthCASSimple

           PerlSetVar CASServerName my.casserver.com
           PerlSetVar CASServerPath /
           # PerlSetVar CASServerPort 443
           # PerlSetVar CASServerNoSSL 1
           PerlSetVar CASSessionTimeout 3660
           PerlSetVar CASSessionDirectory /tmp
           # PerlSetVar CASFixDirectory /
           # PerlSetVar ModProxy 1
           # PerlSetVar HTTPSServer 1

           require valid-user
         </Location>

       or

         order deny,allow
         deny from all

         require user xxx yyyy

         satisfy any

CONFIGURATION

       CASServerName
           Name of the CAS server. It can be a numeric IP address.

       CASServerPort
           Port of the CAS server. Default is 443.

       CASServerPath
           Path (URI) of the CAS server. Default is "/cas".

       CASServerNoSSL
           Disable SSL transaction wih CAS server (HTTPS). Default is off.

       CASCaFile
           CAS server public key. This file is used to allow secure connection between the
           webserver using Apache2::AuthCASSimple and the CAS server.

           DEPRECATED : Authen::CAS::Client use LWP::UserAgent to make https requests

       CASSessionTimeout
           Timeout (in second) for session create by Apache2::AuthCASSimple (to avoid CAS server
           overloading). Default is 60.

           -1 means disable.

           0 mean infinite (until the user close browser).

       CASSessionDirectory
           Directory where session data are stored. Default is /tmp.

       CASFixDirectory
           Force the path of the session cookie for same policy in all subdirectories else
           current directory is used.

       ModProxy
           Apache2 mod_perl2 don't be use with mod_proxy. Default is off.

       HTTPSServer
           If you want to keep a HTTPS server for all data. Default is 0.

       OK AUTH_REQUIRED DECLINED REDIRECT SERVER_ERROR M_GET
           Apache constants to make pod coverage happy

METHOD

   handler
       call by apache2

VERSION

       This documentation describes Apache2::AuthCASSimple version 0.10

BUGS AND TROUBLESHOOTING

       ·   Old expired sessions files must be deleted with an example provided script :
           "delete_session_data.pl"

       ·   Apache::Session::Wrapper certainly need Apache2::Cookie

       ·   $r must be global for sessions with Apache::Session::Wrapper, add

             PerlOptions +GlobalRequest

           in your virtualhost conf

       ·   Apreq module must be enable in debian

             a2enmod apreq

           or add

             LoadModule apreq_module /usr/lib/apache2/modules/mod_apreq2.so

           in your apache configuration file

       Please submit any bug reports to agostini@univ-metz.fr.

NOTES

       Requires "mod_perl 2" version 2.02 or later Requires Authen::CAS::Client Requires
       Apache::Session::Wrapper

AUTHOR

           Yves Agostini
           CPAN ID: YVESAGO
           Univ Metz
           agostini@univ-metz.fr
           http://www.crium.univ-metz.fr

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright (c) 2009 by Yves Agostini

       This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same
       terms as Perl itself.

       The full text of the license can be found in the LICENSE file included with this module.