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Status Future consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Aug 1, 2019

Add REST API for the RUN TIME information

REST API for the RUN TIME details (Connect, Validate, Invalidate, Generate, etc.,) will be helpful and simplify the integration with other systems.

What is your industry? Non-Industry Specific
How will this idea be used?

The current REST API's are configuration driven, which is useful for any partner automation but adding REST API for run time stuff would be helpful and simplify the integration with SEAS. Examples: To validate and invalidate the SSO Token generated by SEAS, , Connect to SEAS, Generate a new SEAS Token and SEAS is healthy and working fine are just a few of them. Adding these API's will drive more revenue to SSP/SEAS since it can be used as a reverse proxy in-front of non-sterling back-end servers.

  • Guest
    Aug 1, 2019

    runtime SEAS authentication API is a must-have capability for any 3rd party SSO solution