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Ron Brooks (351) | asked May 02 '19, 9:10 a.m.
edited May 03 '19, 7:14 a.m. by Paul Slauenwhite (8.3k12)

I have several questions on how best to integrate CLM into an Enterprise Single Sign-on system.   We can use either Active Directory with Kerberos or Siteminder with SAML-2.   We been trying to use IIS as a front-end to CLM using reverse proxy.   Not having much luck.   We are about to look at using Apache as a front-end.  Siemens people I am working with have done that before.    Any experiences or recommendations on either approach?  

How about SAML-2 to Siteminder?   Is Jazz Authentication Server required?   At least one document says Liberty can use SAML-2 direct.   Others say JAS is required.    We might want to end up with SAML eventually but use a Web server front-end initially.

Ron Brooks commented May 02 '19, 9:11 a.m.

 I forgot  CLM 6.0.6, Liberty, Oracle.

Ron Brooks commented May 02 '19, 10:20 a.m.

Change of direction.   We will be implementing SAML to Siteminder.  Thanks for any comments. 

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Tim Feeney (30735545) | answered May 07 '19, 12:28 p.m.

Note we don't officially test nor support Siteminder. I believe some customers have managed to get it to work.  For SAML support, JAS is a required pre-req.

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Ron Brooks commented May 07 '19, 12:33 p.m. | edited May 08 '19, 3:26 a.m.

Thanks,  that is way I wanted to know.

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