JIRA and Crucible were connected to a Crowd server setup with an LDAP directory.
I can use a user from crowd to login in jira.And I can also the same user to login in crucible with the same username and password.
When I login in jira , I have still to enter username and password to login in crucible.SSO between jira and crucible isn't work.
The SSO Optional about seraph-config.xml and crowd.properties is already changed in JIRA.
I do not understand why the SSO isn't work in jira and crucible.Is there anythings I missed?
What the reason?
I found the domains were not set.I used ip not domain.
The older version about crowd1.3+jira3.2+confluence2.7 seemed not using domains.
How to set domains in crowd+jira+confluence+crucible?
How to set domains like the following?
In Crowd, go to 'Administration' -> 'General Options' -> 'SSO Domain'.
In jira or crucible，what can I do?
I think you should read Crowd's documentation, especially An Overview of SSO, carefully; that page tells you how to configure each application. However, it's a prerequisite of that to already have the applications accessible through sub domains of whatever domain you pick, so I suggest you get that working first before you tackle getting SSO working (because SSO definitely won't work if you're accessing applications on different ports or IPs).
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