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  • SSO with Twiki

    I have a Oreon installation at my end and trying to integrate it with TWiki using SSO. Does any one here has similar experience with integrating Oreon with any other tool using SSO? Or any idea how does the authentication works in Oreon?

    Thanks for your help


    Pradeep

  • #2
    search in forum first !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I'm in my good days :

    http://forum.oreon-project.org/showt...ight=autologin
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    • #3
      Dont have access to password

      Thanks for the help, I had already seen the post but that does not meet my requirement. I have TWiki installation which uses Apache authentication for user login and hence I do not have access to password for MD5 conversion and use.

      Is there any option in Oreon to delegate the authentication to Apache?

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      • #4
        htaccess is not able to provide an sso.

        you must change your authentification module with something like this :

        http://www.pubcookie.org/
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        • #5
          How to use it with Centreon?

          I was planning to use REMOTE_USER variable for SSO between Twiki and centreon. Also It is not much trouble to use pubcookie with Twiki but not sure how that will work with Centreon? Looked at the centreon code and apparently most of the authentication and authorisation has been done inside the code not sure to delegate that part to pubcookie or use REMOTE_USER environment variable.

          Thanks for all your help
          Last edited by pradeep; 28 November 2007, 10:39.

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          • #6
            Ok ! Sorry for my bad idea
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