Good day everybody, My capstone project partners are stumped with a logic question that has to do with JWT, MVC & web services.
We have already built a web app with a signup/signin feature using a MVC framework, but for our capstone we need to securely access data from a web service (we have not builded yet). We considered about using jwt (JSON Web Tokens), but most of the examples we see require a login, one that interacts with the web service, which compares login info against service's data base.
With this theorem and flow, a user would need to login to our mvc app (that already has a data base all set up), then within the mvc app after logging in, send another login/register request to the web service (that has no connection to d.b) in order to establish a JWT.
To us this seems like much to work.
Is there a other way to communicate between a mvc app (uses a d.b to login already), with a service web? Could the service store user keys some way?
Thanks very much!! We are not native to English, please forgive our misspellings!