Does IBM TRIRIGA support Seamless Sign-On, or SSO-enabled access without challenging the internet browser for credential information? We need to configure the IBM TRIRIGA solution to use Single Sign-On (SSO) without challenging the internet browser for credentials, i.e. Seamless Sign-On.
For the purpose of this document, SSO refers to Single Sign-On, meaning a single set of credentials stored in a directory server. References to SSO in this document do NOT refer to Seamless Sign-On, where a user is not challenged for credentials once they have authenticated to the network. For IBM TRIRIGA support, Single Sign-On (SSO) refers to the ability to have a single set of credentials that use a directory server for multiple applications. TRIRIGA does NOT define SSO the same as Seamless Sign-On, which may not challenge a user for credentials during the access process.
Most of the SSO configuration is related to other components outside of IBM TRIRIGA code management and control, such as the web server, application server, and security authentication layers or products you use. The same applies to Seamless Sign-On. For help on configuring those layers, you will need to contact their respective support and assistance teams, typically third-party support.
If you want to implement Seamless Sign-On, see whether most of the configuration required for the web server, application server, and security authentication products will be the same when making them ready for SSO (SSO-enabled). Note that TRIRIGA may not be compatible with using Seamless Sign-On even if they are configured for SSO. Functionality that uses applets (such as CAD Integrator) may continue to challenge for credentials. Seamless Sign-On and Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) are technologies not directly related to the TRIRIGA product and are configured at a layer prior to accessing TRIRIGA…