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Application links not working after integration with OpenAM SSO

Luis Ripollés Nov 01, 2013

Our JIRA instance has been successfully integrated with our OpenAM SSO platform, but now application links are not working any more. They can not communicate because of the redirection to the SSO login page.

I'm using the crowdprovider for OpenAM SSO compiled from:
https://svn.forgerock.org/openam/trunk/community/extensions/crowdprovider

I also have tried to apply the fix stated on https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/148322/how-to-make-a-custom-sso-authenticator-work-with-application-links but without success. In fact, after debugging request attributes I've checked that there is no OS_AUTHSTATUS_KEY = "os_authstatus" attribute in request.

So I'm a bit lost now and before diving into jira source code I was wondering If anyone else has faced a similar problem. I haven't found anything useful after googling for a while

Thanks in advance for your support and guidance!

Luis.

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Tiago Comasseto Nov 05, 2013

Hi Luis, I'm trying to set a similar environment in order to run some tests, but I'm facing problems with this part:

I'm using the crowdprovider for OpenAM SSO compiled from:
https://svn.forgerock.org/openam/trunk/community/extensions/crowdprovider

May I ask you how have you compiled the crowdprovider?

Cheers

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Luis Ripollés Nov 05, 2013

Sure! But what kind of problems do you have? Maven output would be helpful to diagnose the cause of the compilation failures.

Anyway, there's a couple of modifications to the pom that I did:

- Change openam.version to 10.0.1

- Change forgerock groupId from "com.forgerock.openam" to "org.forgerock.openam"

- Change forgerock repository URL from "http://repo.forgerock.org" to "http://maven.forgerock.org/repo/releases"

- Fix the annoying atlassian jta and jndi dependency issues in my local maven repository.

Regards,

Luis.

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Tiago Comasseto Nov 05, 2013

Hi Luis, I'm following the steps here to build a custom authentication module, but it's a bit time consuming and I'm not getting the results I expect. Pehaps we could skip this part if you are okay sending me your crowdprovider. Is that feasible for you?

Cheers

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