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Multiple SSO on a same authentication stack

Hello Experts,

I am trying to have two different SSO on a same Webchannel server: one WCEM app using http header authentication and one WCEM app using SAML authentication.

I imagined two ways to have this scenario working:

     - Have both WCEM applications using the same authentication stack (ticket for example), with a SAML module set on optionnal, and a headervariable module set on optionnal

     - Using the WCEM user module, have each WCEM app pointing toward a different authentication stack (one pointing toward the ticket stack, one pointing toward the form stack), and set one stack (form) to accept SAML authentication and the other one (ticket) to accept http header authentication.

Can any of you confirm one of this scenario will work?

Could you kindly indicate me a SAP formal position on the feasibility of this scenario?

Thanks in advance,

Best Regards,

Flavien HERETE

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    Former Member
    Oct 25, 2015 at 03:47 AM

    Hi Flavien,

    Not done that kind of scenario in past but seems your 2nd option more promising.

    Thanks,

    Hamendra

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    Former Member
    Oct 26, 2015 at 08:12 AM

    Hi Flavien,

    what is the purpose of that,why do you need two different SSO scenarios on one J2EE server?

    Kind regards,
    Patrick

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      Hi Patrick,

      We have created 2 WCEM applications on a same WCEM application server.

      The first application is for company A, integrated in the custom website of the company A with a http header authentication.

      The second application is for company B, integrated in the custom website of the company B with a SAML authentication.

      Both application being on the same WCEM AS, they both use the same authentication stack.