May 23, 2016 at 1:48 am #10688
I looking for some ideas to use OpenAM as an authentication layer on the top of a very old authentication system. A new login page will be presented to the end user where credentials are captured and passed to OpenAM (via REST) and OpenAM login module will post credentials to the legacy system.
Here is what I think:
1. Have a custom login module in OpenAM to post credentials directly on to the legacy system (using HTTP Client)
2. retrieve cookies, store it in sso token and return to front end application.
Are there any sample code on setting user attributes from custom login module into OpenDJ when it dynamically creates user.
Can I set Cookies from legacy system into openAM ssotoken so that front application can retrieve it later?May 23, 2016 at 1:57 am #10689Scott HegerParticipant
You might want to consider OpenIG for this purpose. See: https://forgerock.org/openig/May 23, 2016 at 2:50 am #10690
Thanks Scott. Long story in short; were we are at the moment with a dodgy solution is due to budget constraints and I don’t think our company can afford it at the moment. Using community edition is something I have to get the approval from senior execs. However, I have OpenIG is in my list as an option.May 23, 2016 at 4:58 am #10691
Do any one got “setUserSessionProperty(String name, String value)” working from your custom authentication module?
I want to set set session attributes during authentication and retrieve it later using REST call (/openam/json/sessions?_action=getProperty). Any help is much appreciated
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