Can anyone provide an example of SSO with Liberty and Apache?


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:

  1. Install the WebSphere Application Server web server plugins.  The plugins are available in the Supplements package for WebSphere Application Server on IBM Passport Advantage.
  2. Configure the plugin on Apache, and make sure Apache can pass requests over to the Liberty server using the generated plugin.xml file.
  3. 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…
  4. 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.]

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