JBoss 4.2.2.GA, Jpdl-3.2.2
I changed the dialect to Sybase and deployed jbpm-console. I am able to deploy processes through the workbench but I cannot login to the jbpm-console. I commented out the identity stuff in the hibernate config and I changed the jaas security domain in jboss-web.xml to my own (one that I use for another application. When I attempt to login I get a 403 error.
type Status report
| message Access to the requested resource has been denied
| description Access to the specified resource (Access to the requested resource has been denied) has been forbidden.
Now if I try to login with a bad username I get a bad username message. When I login with a valid username (valid in my domain) I get the access violation. Does anyone know where page access is configured? I looken in access.properties and even added my role to it but it did not make any difference. Any ideas?
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We're having a problem figuring out how to set up the POST authentication method in OIF for hooking up to JBoss. I can't find any configuration parameters in JBoss's SSO config files that allow me to set up the POST username and password, however OIF is asking for them in its configuration page.
A university attempting to set up the Oracle Federation Server is trying to connect to our web site using SSO. We set up the JBoss Federation Server and test application in order to test basic SSO connectivity between OIF and Jboss SSO.
JBoss uses SAML 1.1 I believe and so the university is in the OIF configuration page configuring our JBoss fed server as a SAML 1.1. entity.
We gave the school our domain, federation server URL, and SSL certificate for setting up HTTPS between the federation servers. That seems like all we should need. However, the OIF server is asking for a username and password for use during the communication between the federation servers. In looking around on the web, it looks like that username and password are used for the POST method of token validation. I don't see anywhere in the JBoss configuration files where there's a place to set any username/password for use in token checking. Any help from the JBoss community would be helpful.
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