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How can access to AUTH_USER?


With php I can access to AUTH_USER and REMOTE_ADDR to know the
authenticated user and the ip from which he come.
With ruby there is available REMOTE_ADDR but not AUTH_USER.
How can I access to the authenticated users?
On 30.05.2007 16:05, music wrote:

> With php I can access to AUTH_USER and REMOTE_ADDR to know the
> authenticated user and the ip from which he come.
> With ruby there is available REMOTE_ADDR but not AUTH_USER.
> How can I access to the authenticated users?

Guessing that you are talking about CGI the value is likely accessible
via ENV['AUTH_USER'] *if* the webserver you are using chose to put it
there (i.e. if it supports authentication and the user actually
authenticated).  Just guessing of course...

Kind regards

        robert

Robert Klemme wrote:
> On 30.05.2007 16:05, music wrote:
>> With php I can access to AUTH_USER and REMOTE_ADDR to know the
>> authenticated user and the ip from which he come.
>> With ruby there is available REMOTE_ADDR but not AUTH_USER.
>> How can I access to the authenticated users?

> Guessing that you are talking about CGI the value is likely accessible
> via ENV['AUTH_USER'] *if* the webserver you are using chose to put it
> there (i.e. if it supports authentication and the user actually
> authenticated).  Just guessing of course...

Yes I'm talking about cgi in ruby.
I've used ENV["AUTH_USER"] but it has no value.
In php the variable AUTH_USER give me the authenticated user in ruby no.

On 2007-05-31 20:35:10 +0900 (Thu, May), music wrote:

Look for HTTP_AUTH_USER, maybe.

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On 5/31/07, music <m@musi.ca> wrote:

> Robert Klemme wrote:
> > On 30.05.2007 16:05, music wrote:
> >> With php I can access to AUTH_USER and REMOTE_ADDR to know the
> >> authenticated user and the ip from which he come.
> >> With ruby there is available REMOTE_ADDR but not AUTH_USER.
> >> How can I access to the authenticated users?

> > Guessing that you are talking about CGI the value is likely accessible
> > via ENV['AUTH_USER'] *if* the webserver you are using chose to put it
> > there (i.e. if it supports authentication and the user actually
> > authenticated).  Just guessing of course...

> Yes I'm talking about cgi in ruby.
> I've used ENV["AUTH_USER"] but it has no value.
> In php the variable AUTH_USER give me the authenticated user in ruby no.

Either: have a look at all the ENV variables, and try the similar
ones, as suggested in the previous mail, or check your webserver
configuration if it sends the var at all.
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