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SSO enablement

Hi,

I have a BSP application. It is a non portal environment. I have set the login/accept_sso2_ticket and

login/create_sso2_ticket parameters to 1. However it still shows me the login screen and not automatically logging in by SSO.

Can anybody help me what else needs to be done ? Is there any other system setting that needs to be done. Who can be contacted in this regard ?

Ciao

Gansu

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  • Posted on Jul 14, 2004 at 07:05 AM

    Gansu,

    > Who can be contacted in this regard ?

    Nobody. Works as designed.

    Let me describe this to you in this way: when you go to the disco, you knock on the door. The guy asks you for money (they always do), and then for some ID (you must be over 18). Then you are allowed in. However, now you go out again. The guys says: "Here, we put this stamp on your hand. Next time you come, show the hand.". You leave, and for rest of the night you come and go, waving the hand each time.

    The login is required to know who you are. This is the stand and identify sequence. Only when the server knows who you are, can it set a SSO2 cookie for you, which allows you to come and go.

    ++bcm

    PS: Please limit your questions here to interesting aspects on BSP. When working for the company, you have full access to internal information, plus to the IT group for handling system configuration. I would hate to run OSS support via SDN. Internally you can bypass the login by the use of X.509 certificates (in PSE), which if configured correctly at the server will automatically do the logon for you in HTTPS mode.

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