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Basic SSO with predefined credentials

Dear all

All we have several external partners (webshop etc) that are using a fix predefined user & password (same for all users).
Is it possible to have these credentials defined in the Basic SSO application (similar the Secure Login)?

Kind regards
Werner
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Re: Basic SSO with predefined credentials

On 07-11-2018 5:54 AM, whenz wrote:
>
> Dear all
>
> All we have several external partners (webshop etc) that are using a fix
> predefined user & password (same for all users).
> Is it possible to have these credentials defined in the Basic SSO
> application (similar the Secure Login)?


You can do this in NAM. You can define static values for use in saml tokens, identity injection policies etc.


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Cheers,
Edward
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whenz1 Absent Member.
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Re: Basic SSO with predefined credentials

edmaa;2490297 wrote:
On 07-11-2018 5:54 AM, whenz wrote:
>
> Dear all
>
> All we have several external partners (webshop etc) that are using a fix
> predefined user & password (same for all users).
> Is it possible to have these credentials defined in the Basic SSO
> application (similar the Secure Login)?


You can do this in NAM. You can define static values for use in saml tokens, identity injection policies etc.


--
Cheers,
Edward


Hi Edward

But this would not work with the Basic SSO Appmarks, right?
Can't find anything in the documentation.

Best regards
Werner
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