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Where to put crowd token for SSO towards Confluence & JIRA

I'm integration Crowd REST into our site where we also want to SSO towards Confluence & JIRA.

I'm getting a token back from HTTP POST /session?validate-password=false but where to leave it then to accomplish SSO?

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First you should make sure your new site works in the same domain as Confluence & Jira.

And then create a cookie with name "crowd.token_key" and set Path = "/" and domain name would automatically be setted to same domain and set the value received from Crowd.

For making any application SSO enabled, you just need a cookie which can be read by all the application servers and that is possible only if they run in same domain and all the servers use same cookie name. :)

I have done what you said and thus the crowd.tokenkey cookie is available to both Confluence & JIRA but they don't seem to process it. Both Confluence and JIRA will do SSO amongst themselves if I login to either of them and then go to the other one.

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