Tuesday Dec 09, 2008

Integrating OpenSSO and .NET Cheaply and Cheerfully

OpenSSO can be integrated with .NET applications. Here are some ways to achieve single sign-on or attribute sharing:

  1. Install the IIS agent to protect the .NET application, and install OpenSSO as the service provider with the .NET application. The identity provider could then achieve single sign-on with the .NET application, and attributes can be passed down, as part of the HTTP header, to the .NET application.
  2. Securely exchange attributes using the .NET client API provided by OpenSSO for integration with the .NET application. This makes use of the SAMLv2 and the Virtual Federation Proxy feature of OpenSSO.
  3. Deploy Active Directory Federation Services as the service provider with the .NET application. OpenSSO would act as the identity provider. Use the WS-Federation protocol to achieve single sign-on with the .NET application.

While ruminating these options, enjoy Cheap and Cheerful from The Kills EXCELLENT third album Midnight Boom.

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