Can I use the Windows NT logon on Oracle Portal?Has anyone managed to take advantage of the fact that a Portal-user already is logged on to NT? 
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 Can I use the Windows NT logon on Oracle Portal?Has anyone managed to take advantage of the fact that a Portal-user already is logged on to NT?
Has anyone managed to take advantage of the fact that a Portal-user already
is logged on to NT?
Can I use the PDK to add functionality to the login server (or Portal), so
that the system takes use of a users credentials from their NT-login, and
routes the user into Portal without having to logon again?


Mon, 21 Feb 2005 19:14:44 GMT
 Can I use the Windows NT logon on Oracle Portal?Has anyone managed to take advantage of the fact that a Portal-user already is logged on to NT?

I have written some code that accomplishes just this; see
http://portalstudio.oracle.com/pls/ops/url/FOLDER/COMMFOLDERS/1351/

hth
rob van lopik


Quote:
> Has anyone managed to take advantage of the fact that a Portal-user
already
> is logged on to NT?
> Can I use the PDK to add functionality to the login server (or Portal), so
> that the system takes use of a users credentials from their NT-login, and
> routes the user into Portal without having to logon again?



Thu, 24 Feb 2005 18:05:06 GMT
 Can I use the Windows NT logon on Oracle Portal?Has anyone managed to take advantage of the fact that a Portal-user already is logged on to NT?
Thank you very much, but at this page I have an error: Error 30573: You do
not have permission for this operation.
I found your article at
http://www.oracle.com/forums/message.jsp?id=476578&pgm=otn&uid=103158...
. But there there are only NT solution, but I need solution for Solaris.



Quote:
> I have written some code that accomplishes just this; see
> http://portalstudio.oracle.com/pls/ops/url/FOLDER/COMMFOLDERS/1351/

> hth
> rob van lopik



> > Has anyone managed to take advantage of the fact that a Portal-user
> already
> > is logged on to NT?
> > Can I use the PDK to add functionality to the login server (or Portal),
so
> > that the system takes use of a users credentials from their NT-login,
and
> > routes the user into Portal without having to logon again?



Fri, 25 Feb 2005 22:45:56 GMT
 Can I use the Windows NT logon on Oracle Portal?Has anyone managed to take advantage of the fact that a Portal-user already is logged on to NT?
No, that is an older attempt. To reach the URL given, you have to register
seperately with the Portal Knowledge Exchange.
Anyway, somehow you will have to involve an NT system to authenticate. In my
proposed solution you may have everything running on Unix, but you will need
to access _one_ page on an NT-system to have NTLM-authentication take place.

rob van lopik


Quote:
> Thank you very much, but at this page I have an error: Error 30573: You do
> not have permission for this operation.
> I found your article at

http://www.oracle.com/forums/message.jsp?id=476578&pgm=otn&uid=103158...
Quote:
> . But there there are only NT solution, but I need solution for Solaris.



> > I have written some code that accomplishes just this; see
> > http://portalstudio.oracle.com/pls/ops/url/FOLDER/COMMFOLDERS/1351/

> > hth
> > rob van lopik



> > > Has anyone managed to take advantage of the fact that a Portal-user
> > already
> > > is logged on to NT?
> > > Can I use the PDK to add functionality to the login server (or
Portal),
> so
> > > that the system takes use of a users credentials from their NT-login,
> and
> > > routes the user into Portal without having to logon again?



Sun, 27 Feb 2005 00:24:43 GMT
 Can I use the Windows NT logon on Oracle Portal?Has anyone managed to take advantage of the fact that a Portal-user already is logged on to NT?
Have I fill all nt-users in NTLMauth.initArgs file?



Quote:
> No, that is an older attempt. To reach the URL given, you have to register
> seperately with the Portal Knowledge Exchange.
> Anyway, somehow you will have to involve an NT system to authenticate. In
my
> proposed solution you may have everything running on Unix, but you will
need
> to access _one_ page on an NT-system to have NTLM-authentication take
place.

> rob van lopik



> > Thank you very much, but at this page I have an error: Error 30573: You
do
> > not have permission for this operation.
> > I found your article at

http://www.oracle.com/forums/message.jsp?id=476578&pgm=otn&uid=103158...

- Show quoted text -

Quote:
> > . But there there are only NT solution, but I need solution for Solaris.



> > > I have written some code that accomplishes just this; see
> > > http://portalstudio.oracle.com/pls/ops/url/FOLDER/COMMFOLDERS/1351/

> > > hth
> > > rob van lopik



> > > > Has anyone managed to take advantage of the fact that a Portal-user
> > > already
> > > > is logged on to NT?
> > > > Can I use the PDK to add functionality to the login server (or
> Portal),
> > so
> > > > that the system takes use of a users credentials from their
NT-login,
> > and
> > > > routes the user into Portal without having to logon again?



Sun, 27 Feb 2005 03:09:47 GMT
 Can I use the Windows NT logon on Oracle Portal?Has anyone managed to take advantage of the fact that a Portal-user already is logged on to NT?


Quote:
> Have I fill all nt-users in NTLMauth.initArgs file?

No, there you have the credentials of the Oracle account that writes the
username (authenticated by mod_ntlm) to the database, so it can be retrieved
by the authenticate_user() function within ls_login. So it has nothing to do
with the NT-accounts themselves; that is handled by mod_ntlm.

hth
rob van lopik

Quote:



> > No, that is an older attempt. To reach the URL given, you have to
register
> > seperately with the Portal Knowledge Exchange.
> > Anyway, somehow you will have to involve an NT system to authenticate.
In
> my
> > proposed solution you may have everything running on Unix, but you will
> need
> > to access _one_ page on an NT-system to have NTLM-authentication take
> place.

> > rob van lopik



> > > Thank you very much, but at this page I have an error: Error 30573:
You
> do
> > > not have permission for this operation.
> > > I found your article at

http://www.oracle.com/forums/message.jsp?id=476578&pgm=otn&uid=103158...

- Show quoted text -

Quote:
> > > . But there there are only NT solution, but I need solution for
Solaris.



> > > > I have written some code that accomplishes just this; see
> > > > http://portalstudio.oracle.com/pls/ops/url/FOLDER/COMMFOLDERS/1351/

> > > > hth
> > > > rob van lopik



> > > > > Has anyone managed to take advantage of the fact that a
Portal-user
> > > > already
> > > > > is logged on to NT?
> > > > > Can I use the PDK to add functionality to the login server (or
> > Portal),
> > > so
> > > > > that the system takes use of a users credentials from their
> NT-login,
> > > and
> > > > > routes the user into Portal without having to logon again?



Sun, 27 Feb 2005 16:20:37 GMT
 Can I use the Windows NT logon on Oracle Portal?Has anyone managed to take advantage of the fact that a Portal-user already is logged on to NT?
Your decision is not applied to version 9.0.2

Taken from
http://portalstudio.oracle.com/pls/ops/docs/FOLDER/COMMUNITY/OTN_CONT...
NPAGE/SECURITY/PORTALSECURITY9IASV2_1.PDF
"In release 3.0.9, the SSO server provided support for external
authentication by
allowing an implementation of custom logic in a package named
WWSSO_AUTH_EXTERNAL. In 9.0.2, the ability to authenticate to an external
repository has been migrated to OID. In Release 2, the SSO server will
always
authenticate against OID. The OID server in turn will provide the capability
to
perform the credential verification against an external repository. Please
refer to
the OID Administrator's Guide, Release 9.0.2, for more information on the
OID
Plug-In Framework."



Quote:
> No, that is an older attempt. To reach the URL given, you have to register
> seperately with the Portal Knowledge Exchange.
> Anyway, somehow you will have to involve an NT system to authenticate. In
my
> proposed solution you may have everything running on Unix, but you will
need
> to access _one_ page on an NT-system to have NTLM-authentication take
place.

> rob van lopik



> > Thank you very much, but at this page I have an error: Error 30573: You
do
> > not have permission for this operation.
> > I found your article at

http://www.oracle.com/forums/message.jsp?id=476578&pgm=otn&uid=103158...

- Show quoted text -

Quote:
> > . But there there are only NT solution, but I need solution for Solaris.



> > > I have written some code that accomplishes just this; see
> > > http://portalstudio.oracle.com/pls/ops/url/FOLDER/COMMFOLDERS/1351/

> > > hth
> > > rob van lopik



> > > > Has anyone managed to take advantage of the fact that a Portal-user
> > > already
> > > > is logged on to NT?
> > > > Can I use the PDK to add functionality to the login server (or
> Portal),
> > so
> > > > that the system takes use of a users credentials from their
NT-login,
> > and
> > > > routes the user into Portal without having to logon again?



Tue, 08 Mar 2005 02:32:23 GMT
 Can I use the Windows NT logon on Oracle Portal?Has anyone managed to take advantage of the fact that a Portal-user already is logged on to NT?
Correct, like I stated in my write-up. Release 1 (and before) only. But...
9.0.2 still supports external authentication (at least the way Sitemninder
integration works). The problem is that mod_ntlm won't work together with
mod_plsql. This may however be solved in the first patch set for 9.0.2 that
is expected by the end of september...

rob van lopik


Quote:
> Your decision is not applied to version 9.0.2

> Taken from

http://portalstudio.oracle.com/pls/ops/docs/FOLDER/COMMUNITY/OTN_CONT...
Quote:
> NPAGE/SECURITY/PORTALSECURITY9IASV2_1.PDF
> "In release 3.0.9, the SSO server provided support for external
> authentication by
> allowing an implementation of custom logic in a package named
> WWSSO_AUTH_EXTERNAL. In 9.0.2, the ability to authenticate to an external
> repository has been migrated to OID. In Release 2, the SSO server will
> always
> authenticate against OID. The OID server in turn will provide the
capability
> to
> perform the credential verification against an external repository. Please
> refer to
> the OID Administrator's Guide, Release 9.0.2, for more information on the
> OID
> Plug-In Framework."



> > No, that is an older attempt. To reach the URL given, you have to
register
> > seperately with the Portal Knowledge Exchange.
> > Anyway, somehow you will have to involve an NT system to authenticate.
In
> my
> > proposed solution you may have everything running on Unix, but you will
> need
> > to access _one_ page on an NT-system to have NTLM-authentication take
> place.

> > rob van lopik



> > > Thank you very much, but at this page I have an error: Error 30573:
You
> do
> > > not have permission for this operation.
> > > I found your article at

http://www.oracle.com/forums/message.jsp?id=476578&pgm=otn&uid=103158...

- Show quoted text -

Quote:
> > > . But there there are only NT solution, but I need solution for
Solaris.



> > > > I have written some code that accomplishes just this; see
> > > > http://portalstudio.oracle.com/pls/ops/url/FOLDER/COMMFOLDERS/1351/

> > > > hth
> > > > rob van lopik



> > > > > Has anyone managed to take advantage of the fact that a
Portal-user
> > > > already
> > > > > is logged on to NT?
> > > > > Can I use the PDK to add functionality to the login server (or
> > Portal),
> > > so
> > > > > that the system takes use of a users credentials from their
> NT-login,
> > > and
> > > > > routes the user into Portal without having to logon again?



Tue, 08 Mar 2005 04:23:56 GMT
 Can I use the Windows NT logon on Oracle Portal?Has anyone managed to take advantage of the fact that a Portal-user already is logged on to NT?
At this document
http://portalstudio.oracle.com/pls/ops/docs/FOLDER/COMMUNITY/OTN_CONT...
NPAGE/SECURITY/PORTALSECURITY9IASV2_1.PDF
I found "In release 3.0.9, the SSO server provided support for external
authentication by allowing an implementation of custom logic in a package
named WWSSO_AUTH_EXTERNAL. In 9.0.2, the ability to authenticate to an
external repository has been migrated to OID. In Release 2, the SSO server
will always authenticate against OID. The OID server in turn will provide
the capability to perform the credential verification against an external
repository. Please refer to the OID Administrator's Guide, Release 9.0.2,
for more information on the OID Plug-In Framework."

Integration with Sitemider described in Oracle9 iAS Single Sign-On
Integration with Third-Party Single Sign-On Products Version 3.0.9 and not
apply to 9.0.2 release:(

But now exists OID 9.0.4b. Ant it includes "Oracle9iAS/Windows2000
Integration".



Quote:
> Correct, like I stated in my write-up. Release 1 (and before) only. But...
> 9.0.2 still supports external authentication (at least the way Sitemninder
> integration works). The problem is that mod_ntlm won't work together with
> mod_plsql. This may however be solved in the first patch set for 9.0.2
that
> is expected by the end of september...

> rob van lopik



> > Your decision is not applied to version 9.0.2

> > Taken from

http://portalstudio.oracle.com/pls/ops/docs/FOLDER/COMMUNITY/OTN_CONT...

- Show quoted text -

Quote:
> > NPAGE/SECURITY/PORTALSECURITY9IASV2_1.PDF
> > "In release 3.0.9, the SSO server provided support for external
> > authentication by
> > allowing an implementation of custom logic in a package named
> > WWSSO_AUTH_EXTERNAL. In 9.0.2, the ability to authenticate to an
external
> > repository has been migrated to OID. In Release 2, the SSO server will
> > always
> > authenticate against OID. The OID server in turn will provide the
> capability
> > to
> > perform the credential verification against an external repository.
Please
> > refer to
> > the OID Administrator's Guide, Release 9.0.2, for more information on
the
> > OID
> > Plug-In Framework."



> > > No, that is an older attempt. To reach the URL given, you have to
> register
> > > seperately with the Portal Knowledge Exchange.
> > > Anyway, somehow you will have to involve an NT system to authenticate.
> In
> > my
> > > proposed solution you may have everything running on Unix, but you
will
> > need
> > > to access _one_ page on an NT-system to have NTLM-authentication take
> > place.

> > > rob van lopik



> > > > Thank you very much, but at this page I have an error: Error 30573:
> You
> > do
> > > > not have permission for this operation.
> > > > I found your article at

http://www.oracle.com/forums/message.jsp?id=476578&pgm=otn&uid=103158...
Quote:
> > > > . But there there are only NT solution, but I need solution for
> Solaris.



> > > > > I have written some code that accomplishes just this; see

http://portalstudio.oracle.com/pls/ops/url/FOLDER/COMMFOLDERS/1351/

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Quote:

> > > > > hth
> > > > > rob van lopik



> > > > > > Has anyone managed to take advantage of the fact that a
> Portal-user
> > > > > already
> > > > > > is logged on to NT?
> > > > > > Can I use the PDK to add functionality to the login server (or
> > > Portal),
> > > > so
> > > > > > that the system takes use of a users credentials from their
> > NT-login,
> > > > and
> > > > > > routes the user into Portal without having to logon again?



Tue, 08 Mar 2005 23:48:09 GMT
 
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