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 In case you don't want to rely on [[nocode:​authorization|Apache Authorization]] you have to write it in your application. In case you don't want to rely on [[nocode:​authorization|Apache Authorization]] you have to write it in your application.
  
-No-Code uses http headers to provide authentication results like REMOTE_USER for user login name. Apache handles all the information so you can send it to your application as needed. Result statuses (i.e. something else tnak "​OK"​) are provided in JSON format (also in +No-Code uses http headers to provide authentication results like REMOTE_USER for user login name. Apache handles all the information so you can send it to your application as needed. Result statuses (i.e. something else tnak "​OK"​) are provided in JSON format (also sent in http header).
  
-Then in you application just extract this information from header (e.g. user logon name, verification method, etc.) and then you can autherize this user.+In you application just extract this information from header (e.g. user logon name, verification method, etc.) and then you can autherize this user or manage errors.
  
  
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