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Re: Open ID login

Joseph Marton wrote:

> Based on Georg's feedback, engineering has come up with the following
> steps which should be a bit easier.


Please note that the fix I posted is untested, unvalidated, and is
completely unsupported. In fact, doing any sort of manual changes to
the appliance config outside of the admin interface is likely going to
put your entire appliance in an unsupported state.

A fix for this OpenID issue should be available in the next appliance
update.

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Re: Open ID login

Georg Fritsch wrote:

> As our Filr-Appliance needs to go through a proxy to access the
> internet and i could not find a proxy server setting in the network
> configuration i was not really surprised.
>
> Looks like Filr is using openid4java and Novell neglected the really
> simple ---
> If your Relying Party / consumer site needs to access the internet
> through a proxy, the following proxy configuration is necessary,
> before the ConsumerManager is instantiated:
>
> // --- Forward proxy setup (only if needed) ---
> ProxyProperties proxyProps = new ProxyProperties();
> proxyProps.setProxyName("proxy.example.com");
> proxyProps.setProxyPort(8080);
> HttpClientFactory.setProxyProperties(proxyProps);
> ---
> steps from the openid4java wiki.
>
> Enhancement again...


We've added built-in support for forward proxies in Filr 1.1. Once the
technical preview starts (hopefully within the next few weeks) I invite
you to join and test it out.

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Re: Open ID login

Hi Joseph,

Thanks for the update.

I had already the opportunity to test a few aspects of Filr 1.1
Proxy support for OpenID was not on the list. As i am using such a setup for
a few customers i will check this out.

BTW, Filr 1.1 made a very good impression. HUGE improvement.

The only thing of immediate importance to me which was still missing was the
ability to make 'hidden' public file/folder shares.
Novell (I told Anthony and Richard) is aware. I'll wait and see if the
feature (really easy to add) makes it into 1.1.

I have a workaround, so be prepared for a completely unsupported hack...
🙂

Georg

>>> Joseph Marton<jmarton@no-mx.forums.novell.com> schrieb am 28.04.2014 um

16:23 in Nachricht <fvt7v.1192$BI3.762@novprvlin0914.provo.novell.com>:
> Georg Fritsch wrote:
>
>> As our Filr-Appliance needs to go through a proxy to access the
>> internet and i could not find a proxy server setting in the network
>> configuration i was not really surprised.
>>
>> Looks like Filr is using openid4java and Novell neglected the really
>> simple ---
>> If your Relying Party / consumer site needs to access the internet
>> through a proxy, the following proxy configuration is necessary,
>> before the ConsumerManager is instantiated:
>>
>> // --- Forward proxy setup (only if needed) ---
>> ProxyProperties proxyProps = new ProxyProperties();
>> proxyProps.setProxyName("proxy.example.com");
>> proxyProps.setProxyPort(8080);
>> HttpClientFactory.setProxyProperties(proxyProps);
>> ---
>> steps from the openid4java wiki.
>>
>> Enhancement again...

>
> We've added built-in support for forward proxies in Filr 1.1. Once the
> technical preview starts (hopefully within the next few weeks) I invite
> you to join and test it out.

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Re: Open ID login

Georg Fritsch wrote:

> The only thing of immediate importance to me which was still missing
> was the ability to make 'hidden' public file/folder shares.
> Novell (I told Anthony and Richard) is aware. I'll wait and see if the
> feature (really easy to add) makes it into 1.1.


That's in 1.1... you can e-mail a file link to someone without making
the file a public share.

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Re: Open ID login

>>> Joseph Marton<jmarton@no-mx.forums.novell.com> schrieb am 29.04.2014 um
15:21 in Nachricht <NHN7v.1238$BI3.705@novprvlin0914.provo.novell.com>:
> Georg Fritsch wrote:
>
>> The only thing of immediate importance to me which was still missing
>> was the ability to make 'hidden' public file/folder shares.
>> Novell (I told Anthony and Richard) is aware. I'll wait and see if the
>> feature (really easy to add) makes it into 1.1.

>
> That's in 1.1... you can e-mail a file link to someone without making
> the file a public share.


??? I think i have to check with the technical preview.

I want all the functionality of a (public) share (e.g. Expire), but do not
want the share visible for the guest user under Shared with Me.
You need to know the exact url to access the share.

Normally a recipient can hide a share to cleanup the lists. I want that the
creator of a share can specify if the share is visible in the shared with Me
list.

I really hope this is already in 1.1

Regards,
Georg

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Re: Open ID login

Georg Fritsch wrote:

> I want all the functionality of a (public) share (e.g. Expire), but
> do not want the share visible for the guest user under Shared with Me.
> You need to know the exact url to access the share.


That's exactly what we're planning with file link sharing. When you
share a file link you still get to set an expiration if you like,
without making the document available as a public share. This should
be available in the first technical preview build once we start the TP.

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