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Crowd documentation not compliant with RFC6265

I've set up SSO according to the documentation with a top level domain (using domain.com for the example). However, this is not according to RFC6265 which Crowds tomcat appears to use internally. Giving me the following error:

2018-04-25 13:21:28,532 http-nio-8095-exec-6 ERROR [crowd.integration.springsecurity.AbstractCrowdSSOAuthenticationProcessingFilter] Unable to set Crowd SSO token
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: An invalid domain [.domain.com] was specified for this cookie

 Is there any documentation on how to resolve this?

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Hi @SMillerNL

You just need to remove the leading "." character from the SSO domain value in the General Options of your Crowd server. For instance domain.com instead of .domain.com

Alternatively you can override the cookie.domain property in the crowd.properties file of your application.

Will try that, thanks. Is there any way to ask Atlassian to change the documentation to reflect that?

Also, I'm using crowd 3.2 so the properties file won't help me unfortunately.

You're right. I should have been more specific. Overriding the cookie.domain property in the crowd.properties file is actually an option for applications connecting to Crowd (including Crowd itself if version is < 3.0).

BTW if you can't login to remove the leading "." character from the SSO domain value through Crowd's console, you can reset it directly in the database: https://confluence.atlassian.com/crowd/resetting-the-domain-cookie-value-97911346.html

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