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25Apr/072

SSO from Sun Java System Access Manager to SAP via SAML

I'm in Brussels this week for the Liberty Alliance Plenary Meeting and IOS Brussels, but, back at the ranch in California, the Sun Developer Network folks have released another technical article on Access Manager: Achieving SSO With Sun Java System Access Manager and SAML, a look at how to integrate Access Manager with a third party application - in this case SAP NetWeaver Enterprise Portal 2004s - via SAML.

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  1. And in English?

  2. Heh – touché 🙂 SSO = single sign-on, so the article is describing how to use the SAML (Security Assertion Markup Language) protocol to allow users to access third-party applications, such as SAP, without having to re-authenticate. So, I might just log in once to a corporate portal, and be able to access SAP without having to log in again.


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