We found this link that shows an example of SSO with Liberty and IIS. Can you provide an example with Liberty and Apache?
The high-level steps are the same:
- Install the WebSphere Application Server web server plugins. The plugins are available in the Supplements package for WebSphere Application Server on IBM Passport Advantage.
- Configure the plugin on Apache, and make sure Apache can pass requests over to the Liberty server using the generated plugin.xml file.
- Configure Apache with your Directory server or other Single Sign-On solution. For LDAP/Active Directory, use the appropriate LDAP module. For example, for AD…
- Then configure the TRIRIGAWEB.properties with various SSO settings to pickup the username from the correct location in the header, using the requestTest.jsp as your guide.
[Admin: For convenience, here are the meanings of the acronyms: Single Sign-On (SSO), Internet Information Services (IIS), Active Directory (AD), Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP).]
[Admin: To see other related posts, use the SSO tag.]