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Demantra Local Application Login Setups Through SSO WNA (Doc ID 2375640.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 04, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Demantra Demand Management - Version 12.2.6.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

Customer is on 12.2.6.2

VERSION BUILD SP Upgrade Date
12.2.6 1 12260323 23-JAN-2018 13:16:19
12.2.6 9 12260250 23-JAN-2018 13:09:46
12.2.6 9 12260314 23-JAN-2018 13:07:57
12.2.6 216 0 28-JUN-2017 08:25:50

They have implemented Demantra SSO using OAM with EBS. They have tested Demantra SSO through EBS and it working correctly.

i.e. On Clicking Demand Management Workbench link within EBS launches Workbench application.

They have also enabled WNA using kerberos and it working correctly.

i.e. a user logged into pc with his domain credentials is not prompted for his user credentials again when he launches the EBS url.

They want to clarify on below points for Demantra Local Application though

1. While logged into VCP application if the same user tries to access Local Application by selecting the SSO check box it prompts for username and password again. Is this expected behavior or should the user be not prompted for user credential again.

Navigation:
Session1: Login to EBS
Session2: Launch Demantra Local Application > Enter URL > Select Single Sign-on Option > user is prompted for username and password again

2. Also are there any setups needed at local application side for kerberos authentication to work correctly wherein the domain users should not be prompted for any password when they log in via local application?

Navigation: User logs in using domain credentials > Opens local application > Enter URL > Select Single Sign-on Option > user is prompted for username and password
 

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