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Allow kerberos authentication for Sterling B2B Integrator to connect to it's database
Security policy in our organisation mandates that applications must use integrated / trusted authentication to connect to databases (rather than SQL authentication / username + password). I'm unable to find any IBM documentation regarding this for Sterling Integrator (B2Bi is installed on Linux using MS SQL server database), and I'm unable to make this work by applying runtime arguments through run.sh and updating the jdbc connection string (like I can apply to other java programs using the same environment and JDBC driver).
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When the Sterling B2B Integrator is installed, and when it runs... connections to the database would be authenticated using kerberos, rather than username and password.
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