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LDAP integration with Sterling Control Center

Sterling Control Center should be able to interface directly with LDAP to authenticate without the addition of Sterling External Authentication Server.
  • Guest
  • Jan 8 2018
  • Not under consideration
DeveloperWorks ID DW_ID71157
RTC ID RTC_ID466047
Link to original RFE http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/rfe/execute?use_case=viewRfe&CR_ID=71157
  • Guest commented
    1 May, 2019 05:25pm

    Savar:

    In Sterling Integrator we can run LDAP by adding the LDAP Authentication Configurations to the customer_overrides.properties file. Why isn’t something like this available for Control Center?

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  • Guest commented
    1 May, 2019 12:56pm

    In our Sterling B2B environments, we do not use SEAS. LDAP is used by adding LDAP Authentication Configurations to the customer_overrides.properties file.  Why isn't there something like this available for Control Center?

  • Guest commented
    30 Apr, 2019 09:21pm

    Thank you for your input,

    At current the primary method of authenticating ICC and other B2B Collaboration products via LDAP is by using the SEAS functionality which includes SSO, LDAP and other features to synchronize across ICC and other B2B Collaboration products. Please feel free to follow up with a specific use case that is not met by leveraging SEAS

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