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Single Sign-on reading in Webdynpro


How to read Single sign on information in a webdynpro view.For this we need to do UME integration in J2EE engine. Please explain how to do this integration.



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  • Posted on Oct 27, 2003 at 04:09 PM

    Hi Anil,

    I am not sure which Information do you need, but you have access to the UME data of the current user with eg. WDClientUser.getCurrentUser().getLastName()

    Hope this helps


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    • In other words: you have written a self-registration application and you want to enhance your user store with addtional authentication data (such as X.509 client certificate(s) assigned to that user account)?

      I'm just wondering why you don't refer to the UME services.

      User management and authentication (incl. Single Sign-On) is an application-independent service - if every application would implement their own user management you would easily end up in a mess; users should have an unique identity - actually not even across multiple applications and servers but maybe even across entity boundaries (just think of collaborating companies).



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