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Single Signon

Thread began 6/03/2009 2:34 pm by tomm | Last modified 6/03/2009 4:08 pm by Ray Borduin | 1539 views | 1 replies |


Single Signon

I am trying to implement a single signon environment where I have apps from several vendors, each of which has it's own admin login. When one of those admin logins occurs, I also want to mark the user logged in for the functions governed by Security Assist.

What session variables or session cookies do I need to set or what Security Assist functions do I need to call to mark a user "logged in" for Security Assist to function correctly with this alternate authentication scheme?


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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Open the authentication server behavior on the login page. The session variables stored are set on the third page of that wizard. They can be whatever you set them to... by default it is set to the user ID column name.

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