|dm99||Post date: 2010-09-24 21:44|
I'm trying to get SSO set up with CAS (http://www.jasig.org/cas) and I need to access the LTPA_DominoSecret. I created the Web SSO document for my site, but the LTPA_DominoSecret field isn't there even after I create the SSO keys. IBM's site was useless, saying that if I'm the owner or administrator of the document (which I am), I should be able to see that field. I'm running 8.5.1... should that secret still be in the same place or did they move it (or remove it)?
|Tomas Nielsen||Post date: 2010-09-24 22:45|
I just checked one of our production servers that have several SSO configs configured over time. All of them have the "LTPA_DominoSecret" field and I can see the value from the document properties.
When you open the document, does it complain that parts of the document is encrypted?
I have been able to use the Java code JEDS put together to create LTPATokens so I know for a fact that it works.
Try to recreate the Web SSO document, Keep trying, it will work!
Edit: Did you by any chance import the SSO config? Or was it created from the Notes client?
|dm99||Post date: 2010-10-08 00:39|
Thank you, Tomas! I just wanted to post back to let you know I eventually found the LTPA_DominoSecret in the document properties once I opened the document. I was right-clicking on the SSO Token Name in the list and looking at those document properties.
|Yann Cornet||Post date: 2011-03-27 14:15|
I'm in the process of creating à way to authenticate users on Domino server with users whose account do not contain a password.
- - asking the email adress,
- - check it against the enterprise LDAP, then against the Names to be sure there's no conflict
- create the ltpa cookie and send it to the users browser
- redirect to the Domino web app
I wanted to download the java library by JEDS, but it seems to have vanished from the internet...
Has any of you kept it safely ?
Thank you in advance,