Hmm... as far as I am aware the API cannot be used to drive this. I
would suggest if at all possible to configure authentication external
to your Galaxy instance - using Apache or nginx - and then the two
applications (yours and Galaxy) can share a common authentication
mechanism and session.
If you really want to drive something like this directly - not using a
proxy - I think you are going to need to directly enter session
information into Galaxy's database.
On Thu, Nov 27, 2014 at 2:16 AM, xlwang <xlwang_0903(a)163.com> wrote:
I will integrate Galaxy with another system. When I logged into this system,
and clicked a link jump to Galaxy, I hope this user has already logged into
Galaxy. How to use api to deliver a session or somthing else to Galaxy?
Now, I can use api to create a new user in this system and also in Galaxy.
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