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SSO consideration over C/ALM


Dancy Xia (11632) | asked Jun 11 '09, 4:07 a.m.
C/ALM demo demonstrates how RTC, RRC and RQM collaborate to support lifecycle software development. it's a very good demo which shows RTC, RRC and RQM collaborate using link. I think this kind of collaboration should consider SSO, but I didn't find any articles on wiki talking about SSO consideration over C/ALM. Could anyone help on this topic?

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Anthony Kesterton (7.5k7178136) | answered Jun 12 '09, 4:02 a.m.
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C/ALM demo demonstrates how RTC, RRC and RQM collaborate to support lifecycle software development. it's a very good demo which shows RTC, RRC and RQM collaborate using link. I think this kind of collaboration should consider SSO, but I didn't find any articles on wiki talking about SSO consideration over C/ALM. Could anyone help on this topic?


Hi

I assume you are talking about Single Sign-on (not the Scottish Symphony Orchestra :) ). I completely agree we should consider this topic carefully.

There are a variety of ways to implement single sign-on - you should open an enhancement request here on jazz.net if you have any preferences on how this gets done.

regards

anthony

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Sterling Ferguson-II (1.6k8268264) | answered Jun 12 '09, 1:49 p.m.
What I would LOVE to see is a "Jazz User Administration client" that:

1. Launch the client to configure LDAP to each of the Jazz products
2. View current license usage for all Jazz products (how many in use/available, who is using what)
3. Take a user and add them to whichever Jazz product. (jdoe can access RQM and RTC, not RRC)
4. Select which projects/teams with the jazz products they are in.

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Joseph Chang (1552319) | answered Mar 10 '10, 3:56 a.m.
This is wonderful feature--C/ALM with SSO. I did C/ALM demo to customer many time. Multiple Sign-On is always challenged by customer.
Hop to see this feature soon.

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