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SSPR 4.0 question

Hello,

Testing SSPR 4.0 with IDM 4.5.4 in a dev environment (upgraded from 3.3).

Noticing something weird after locking the configuration.

If I have a Site URL set then when surfing to
https://idm.mysite.mydomain/sspr (which is my Site URL) it produces an
invalid OAUTH URL:

TRACE, oauth.OAuthConsumerServlet, calculated oauth self end point URI
as 'https://idm.mysite.mydomain/public/oauth' using method SiteURL Setting

If I erase the Site URL then it still produces an invalid OAUTH URL:

TRACE, oauth.OAuthConsumerServlet, calculated oauth self end point URI
as 'https://idm.mysite.mydomain/public/oauth' using method Input Request URL

The correct URL should end with /sspr/public/oauth

OSP doesn't like the /public/oauth (which doesn't even exist).
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Micro Focus Expert
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Re: SSPR 4.0 question

On 9/14/16 11:17 AM, alekz wrote:
> Hello,
>
> Testing SSPR 4.0 with IDM 4.5.4 in a dev environment (upgraded from 3.3).
>
> Noticing something weird after locking the configuration.
>
> If I have a Site URL set then when surfing to
> https://idm.mysite.mydomain/sspr (which is my Site URL) it produces an
> invalid OAUTH URL:
>
> TRACE, oauth.OAuthConsumerServlet, calculated oauth self end point URI
> as 'https://idm.mysite.mydomain/public/oauth' using method SiteURL Setting
>
> If I erase the Site URL then it still produces an invalid OAUTH URL:
>
> TRACE, oauth.OAuthConsumerServlet, calculated oauth self end point URI
> as 'https://idm.mysite.mydomain/public/oauth' using method Input Request URL
>
> The correct URL should end with /sspr/public/oauth
>
> OSP doesn't like the /public/oauth (which doesn't even exist).
>

Greetings,
Currently SSPR 4.0 and IDM 4.5.x integrated with OSP are not
"supported". I would suggest that you wait to use these two (2)
products until we provide information regarding them being supported.
SSPR 3.3.x is the latest version to be fully supported with IDM 4.5.x
integrated with OSP

--
Sincerely,
Steven Williams
Lead Software Engineer
Micro Focus
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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

Re: SSPR 4.0 question

On 9/15/16 8:56 AM, Steven Williams wrote:
> On 9/14/16 11:17 AM, alekz wrote:
>> Hello,
>>
>> Testing SSPR 4.0 with IDM 4.5.4 in a dev environment (upgraded from 3.3).
>>
>> Noticing something weird after locking the configuration.
>>
>> If I have a Site URL set then when surfing to
>> https://idm.mysite.mydomain/sspr (which is my Site URL) it produces an
>> invalid OAUTH URL:
>>
>> TRACE, oauth.OAuthConsumerServlet, calculated oauth self end point URI
>> as 'https://idm.mysite.mydomain/public/oauth' using method SiteURL
>> Setting
>>
>> If I erase the Site URL then it still produces an invalid OAUTH URL:
>>
>> TRACE, oauth.OAuthConsumerServlet, calculated oauth self end point URI
>> as 'https://idm.mysite.mydomain/public/oauth' using method Input
>> Request URL
>>
>> The correct URL should end with /sspr/public/oauth
>>
>> OSP doesn't like the /public/oauth (which doesn't even exist).
>>

> Greetings,
> Currently SSPR 4.0 and IDM 4.5.x integrated with OSP are not
> "supported". I would suggest that you wait to use these two (2)
> products until we provide information regarding them being supported.
> SSPR 3.3.x is the latest version to be fully supported with IDM 4.5.x
> integrated with OSP
>

Greetings,
The "issue" is that the URL outlined is missing the context of
"sspr" is missing and must.

--
Sincerely,
Steven Williams
Lead Software Engineer
Micro Focus
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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

Re: SSPR 4.0 question

On 9/15/16 9:52 AM, Steven Williams wrote:
> On 9/15/16 8:56 AM, Steven Williams wrote:
>> On 9/14/16 11:17 AM, alekz wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>>
>>> Testing SSPR 4.0 with IDM 4.5.4 in a dev environment (upgraded from
>>> 3.3).
>>>
>>> Noticing something weird after locking the configuration.
>>>
>>> If I have a Site URL set then when surfing to
>>> https://idm.mysite.mydomain/sspr (which is my Site URL) it produces an
>>> invalid OAUTH URL:
>>>
>>> TRACE, oauth.OAuthConsumerServlet, calculated oauth self end point URI
>>> as 'https://idm.mysite.mydomain/public/oauth' using method SiteURL
>>> Setting
>>>
>>> If I erase the Site URL then it still produces an invalid OAUTH URL:
>>>
>>> TRACE, oauth.OAuthConsumerServlet, calculated oauth self end point URI
>>> as 'https://idm.mysite.mydomain/public/oauth' using method Input
>>> Request URL
>>>
>>> The correct URL should end with /sspr/public/oauth
>>>
>>> OSP doesn't like the /public/oauth (which doesn't even exist).
>>>

>> Greetings,
>> Currently SSPR 4.0 and IDM 4.5.x integrated with OSP are not
>> "supported". I would suggest that you wait to use these two (2)
>> products until we provide information regarding them being supported.
>> SSPR 3.3.x is the latest version to be fully supported with IDM 4.5.x
>> integrated with OSP
>>

> Greetings,
> The "issue" is that the URL outlined is missing the context of
> "sspr" is missing and must.
>

Greetings,
Please be advised that the issue has been identified in SSPR and the
team is working on a fix.

--
Sincerely,
Steven Williams
Lead Software Engineer
Micro Focus
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Knowledge Partner
Knowledge Partner

Re: SSPR 4.0 question

Hello,

I assumed it wouldn't be supported but I just had to test it 🙂

Thanks.

On 2016-09-15 14:56, Steven Williams wrote:
> On 9/14/16 11:17 AM, alekz wrote:
>> Hello,
>>
>> Testing SSPR 4.0 with IDM 4.5.4 in a dev environment (upgraded from 3.3).
>>
>> Noticing something weird after locking the configuration.
>>
>> If I have a Site URL set then when surfing to
>> https://idm.mysite.mydomain/sspr (which is my Site URL) it produces an
>> invalid OAUTH URL:
>>
>> TRACE, oauth.OAuthConsumerServlet, calculated oauth self end point URI
>> as 'https://idm.mysite.mydomain/public/oauth' using method SiteURL
>> Setting
>>
>> If I erase the Site URL then it still produces an invalid OAUTH URL:
>>
>> TRACE, oauth.OAuthConsumerServlet, calculated oauth self end point URI
>> as 'https://idm.mysite.mydomain/public/oauth' using method Input
>> Request URL
>>
>> The correct URL should end with /sspr/public/oauth
>>
>> OSP doesn't like the /public/oauth (which doesn't even exist).
>>

> Greetings,
> Currently SSPR 4.0 and IDM 4.5.x integrated with OSP are not
> "supported". I would suggest that you wait to use these two (2)
> products until we provide information regarding them being supported.
> SSPR 3.3.x is the latest version to be fully supported with IDM 4.5.x
> integrated with OSP
>

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tschloesser Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: SSPR 4.0 question

Hi,

thanks for this important information.
Last week I opened an SR to veryfy that an update from SSPR 3.3.x to version 4 is possible and supported in an IDM 4.5.x environment.

Accoding to support it should work - but nobody until now could verify that SSPR 4 will be included in the IDM 4.5 Entitled products.

So I did not put it on my "patch list" so far 😉

Regards,

Thorsten
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Micro Focus Contributor
Micro Focus Contributor

Re: SSPR 4.0 question

This issue has been fixed in SSPR 4.0.0.1.
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