[Neos] Implementing an own authentication provider?

Andreas Förthner andreas.foerthner at netlogix.de
Wed Nov 12 16:34:07 CET 2014

Hi Torben,

did you make sure, that the login page is not restricted by the policy? Of
course the login form has to be publicly accessible.

Another thing that comes to my mind: Do you send the credentials for both
providers in the same POST request? That would be needed, as the strategy
"all tokens“ means, you have to authenticate both tokens at the same time…


>Am 12.11.14 11:48 schrieb "Torben Hansen" unter <derhansen at gmail.com>:
>>Yes, I checked the routes. I also tried to configure my authentication
>>with and without an entryPoint (with routes setup for the new
>>entrypoint). However, the Log shows "Redirecting to authentication entry
>>point" (which comes from the RequestDispatchingAspect).
>>Also the log shows - Could not authenticate all tokens, but
>>authenticationStrategy was set to "all", which comes from the
>>authenticate-method of the AuthenticationProviderManager. This is some
>>kind of strange to me, since I do not authenticate at this point, but
>>just want to show the authentication form.
>>Best regards
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>>Neos at lists.typo3.org

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