I want to use SSO for a web ressource, that uses Basic Auth. The username on the web ressource is slightly different from the one that is being used to log into the IVE. The web ressource requires a suffix to be added to the username.
Username on IVE: testuser
Username on Ressource: testuser.suffix
Could use a custom username in the web ressource that say: <USERNAME>.suffix and a custom variable password that says <PASSWORD> to get this done? If not, how would I do this?
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I did a google search on that error message, and this turned up -
Any chance your customer is running Apache?
My only other suggestion is that it might be time to invole JTAC. This doesn't look like a usage question - it might be a bug.
All right. I'll have them check out their Apache server. Maybe there is an update.
Thank you very much for your help, really appreciated!
nope. does not work. will try a policy trace.
just tried it with the <USER> variable. didn't do it.
I'll keep trying.
one more thing... the users in this case are authenticated against a LDAP server. I just tried a policy trace and a simulation, and in both cases the username I supplied could not be found by the IVE and thus the trace failed (no role mapping). I used the exact username that the users use to login.
Is it possible that I need to add something else to the variable to reflect the fact it is coming from LDAP?
Wouldn't I have to specify the username for the policy trace before I can start it?
Actually I didn't do a trace yet, I tried the simulation instead. For the simulation, you have to specify the user name, but that does not seem to work. It does not seem to verify the username against the LDAP server, thus it can't really find it nor map it to any roles.