Single sign-on, or “SSO” as it’s commonly referred to, is an authentication method that allows a user access to multiple applications through a single, secure, point of entry. Rather than authenticate separately for each application, users authenticate once through a centralized service. The benefits of SSO to end users are obvious, but there are also many cost and compliance advantages that are of interest to large organizations, which is why Oracle’s enterprise customers have increasingly demanded SSO integration with Oracle Access Manager (OAM). With the introduction Oracle Commerce 11 they now have it, and in this blog I will be demonstrating how to use OAM to enable SSO between the ATG Business Control Center (BCC) and Endeca Experience Manager (XM).
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