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I have SSO form POST configured and link setup under Users > User Roles > roleName > General > UI Options, custom start page. When I log in it does take me to the page but login credentials are not pass along to the login page of the application. I can get the redirection fine no problem when I login but no form post.
I am using local system for authentication and the remote application is also configured to use the same username and password.
Unders SSO Form POST details I have Post to URL configured with the login page of the application and as the post values I have name I got form the site source as strUsername and value as username strPassword and value as password. Not sure if this is correct way to do it but the help page is not much help in that area.
I am seeing the policy applied and have look at the dsrecord and used the values there, tried every combinations and still cannot get SSO to work.
This is what tracing shows:
Applying Policy [OXPLIVE]...
Action [POST] is returned
Policy [OXPLIVE] applies to resource
<form action="" method="post" name="frmLogin">
<input name="numSubmit" id="numSubmit" type="hidden" value="1">
<input name="strPageReturn" id="strPageReturn" type="hidden" value="/Index.cfm">
<input name="strParams" id="strParams" type="hidden" value="">
<table width="100%" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="3">
<td><input name="strUsername" type="text" id="strUsername" size="29" maxlength="20"></td>
<td><input name="strPassword" type="password" id="strPassword" size="29" maxlength="20"></td>
<td colspan="2" class="login-button">
<input type="submit" name="btnSubmit" value="Login" title="Login" class="button">
I got it working, besides the submit button there was other post info on the page I had to enter. Thanks again.
I have one other question concerning the redirected login page. I am seeing a logut button both for the site and Juniper.
Is there anyway to not show the Juniper log out button. I have check documetnation and SA itself and do not see a way to do this.
SSO can be configured on the SA. the information required is
1. What is the backend application?
2. What type of SSO are you trying to configure
The backend application is web base and will be using AD to authenticate users. Users will have the same AD credentials for SA login so I was thinking form post should work. I have not done this before so I am not sure. I will be testing this in lab but wanted some feedback from community going into this test.