Now our first application knows who the user is and has a Proxy Granting Ticket IOU.
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To start with, log in to CAS with some invented service: On successful login, CAS will redirect you to the service with a ticket appended (it doesn't matter that the service is made up as the ticket you're after is part of the url and will appear in the location bar even if your browser can't find the resource): So, playing the role of the first application (not a proxying application at this stage - lets just see if we can get our application authenticated without proxying for now), you need to take the ticket and turn it into a username: This is the end of the road for normal applications that don't need to proxy other applications.
If instead you do want to be able to proxy other applications you need to also supply a pgt Url to your validation request so that CAS can callback with the Proxy Granting Ticket.
Introduction: Process validation can be a silver bullet in successful process innovation.
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