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Any inputs on SSO (single signon) ?

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I am planning to have SSO implemented for my application. Any recommendations (SAML, OAuth, Open ID etc.)?

posted Sep 27, 2013 by Sudheendra

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I don't know know about the SAML but QueryHome uses both OpenID and OAuth (QAuth2). QueryHome uses OAuth2 for Facebook login and openid is for yahoo and Google. Really liked the OAuth2 as compare to OpenID the only drawback is u need to write more and complex code.

Now coming to the point what type of inputs you are looking for?

answer Sep 27, 2013 by Salil Agrawal
Thanks Salil. I am interested in something which can easily integrated with my application and is supported by many social websites like Twitter, FB, PInterest etc.
openID is easy and simple, and code is same for all the sites accept URL and one API. But it is not that powerful.
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