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ID304 - Lotus® Connections 3.0 TDI, SSO, and User Life Cycle Management: What you NEED to know!

by Sr. Product Manager - IBM Social Business at IBM on Feb 03, 2011

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Presentation that I gave at Lotusphere 2011 with Jay Boyd. We talked about TDI, single sign on, and user management.

Presentation that I gave at Lotusphere 2011 with Jay Boyd. We talked about TDI, single sign on, and user management.

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  • lbenitez Luis Benitez, Sr. Product Manager - IBM Social Business at IBM Hello, LTPA is a an IBM standard. We call it Lightweight Third-Party Authentication cookie. Here are some examples on how to use this LTPA cookie for SSO in a PHP and/or .NET environment:

    This ST Awareness on a PHP page article (https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/mydeveloperworks/blogs/InsideLotus/entry/st_awareness_on_a_php?lang=en) on IBM developerWorks may help you. There is also an example of adding awareness to an ASP page in chapter 12 of the Redbook Building Sametime Enabled Applications (http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redbooks.nsf/0/d9524ffb96c67e6185256d410065fafe?OpenDocument). It details a way of doing it if you don't have LTPA in your environment.
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  • grumblez grumblez I have a question about slide 12 - It defines LTPA and uses the term ’Third Party’ in the description but then says it is an IBM Proprietary system, and integrates with 1st party products (ones owned by IBM).

    https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/wiki/Third-party_developer#Third-party_developer

    Are there any examples of how to use LTPA successfully in an SSO environment with other systems, like connecting to PHP or .Net?
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ID304 - Lotus® Connections 3.0 TDI, SSO, and User Life Cycle Management: What you NEED to know! ID304 - Lotus® Connections 3.0 TDI, SSO, and User Life Cycle Management: What you NEED to know! Presentation Transcript