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This directory contains several examples that demonstrate use of the OpenID library. Make sure you have properly installed the library before running the examples. These examples are a great place to start in integrating OpenID into your application. ==Rails example The rails_openid contains a fully functional OpenID server and relying party, and acts as a starting point for implementing your own production rails server. You'll need the latest version of Ruby on Rails installed, and then: cd rails_openid ./script/server Open a web browser to http://localhost:3000/ and follow the instructions. The relevant code to work from when writing your Rails OpenID Relying Party is: rails_openid/app/controllers/consumer_controller.rb If you are working on an OpenID provider, check out rails_openid/app/controllers/server_controller.rb Since the library and examples are Apache-licensed, don't be shy about copy-and-paste. ==Rails ActiveRecord OpenIDStore plugin For various reasons you may want or need to deploy your ruby openid consumer/server using an SQL based store. The active_record_openid_store is a plugin that makes using an SQL based store simple. Follow the README inside the plugin's dir for usage.