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28 Aug, 2016 01:03 PM

did somone of teh community try to change the way that jbilling is autheticating users?

i want to manage authentication using wso2 ids (identityy server)

i think tthat i have to change the way that spring security is processing user authentication , by integrating SAML to comminicate with wso2 server and centrilse user credential in a seconde server ....

any suggestion for doing that ?
it is just a geek test , the work result will be published to the community

  1. 1 Posted by vikas bodani on 28 Aug, 2016 02:58 PM

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    Ahmed - Single sign is what you are looking at probably.

    It can be done with Spring Security customisation. We have recently implemented token based authentication but its reverse of single-sign on.

    Vikas Bodani
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  2. 2 Posted by ahmed.drira@gma... on 28 Aug, 2016 03:14 PM's Avatar

    Yes of course vikas
    i am looking to an SSO , using wso2 ,
    imagine that i am selling a SAAS product in my portal , i want that my
    client (portal user have a jbilling instance , "a self care portal where
    they can manage there services ..."

    so i want that auth will be centralized.

    i will try to do that and i will keep the community informed :)

  3. 3 Posted by freedomind on 04 Jul, 2017 10:46 AM

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      any news or links on this task ?


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