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  • Single Signon

    Could be a Dumb questions

    If EBS is by default integrated with OTM standalone then do we have the facility of Single sign-on between EBS and OTM
    or do we need to create the roles and users separately and only the data is shared across the systems
    B.S.Chakravarthy Yadav
    Product Design Head

  • #2
    Re: Single Signon

    You can set up OTM to sign on with SSO.
    Just search this forum for more details.

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    • #3
      Re: Single Signon

      The integrations do not assume SSO and they don't replicate users or roles, just standard data (orders, locations, item masters, etc). They expect that users, roles and base data are setup separately in each application.

      --Chris

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      • #4
        Re: Single Signon

        Hi Chris,

        What you have said makes sense. Could i also know whether one userid/Nickname in OTM can access accross domains with this SSO functionality.

        Example: 1 User accessing 3 domains in OTM, could we have a 1 SSO which can allow him to access 3 different domains.

        Regards,
        Murthy

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        • #5
          Re: Single Signon

          Not to my knowledge. For users that have to login to multiple domains, its best to leave the SSO user blank, so they login each time.

          Another option would be to have multiple OTM IDs defined in your SSO LDAP and use a different one, depending on the Portal link they click on.

          --Chris

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