By giuseppe on Jan 22, 2010
Since I rarely need to create a self-signed certificates, I typically forget the necessary steps. So, perhaps this entry is more for my own use but it may be deemed useful to somebody else out there.[Read More]
I know it's been a (long) while since I've last posted anything, but I've been a little distracted. ;) However, since introducing the Single Sign On (SSO) feature for the .NET Fedlet, why not have its compliment? Sounds good to me. So, now available in the nightly builds is an enhanced .NET Fedlet that provides Single Log Out (SLO). It even comes with a sample application demonstrating these various use cases:
Visit OpenSSO today to download the nightly build of OpenSSO. Within the archive, you'll find the Fedlet-unconfigured.zip that has the files you seek as well as a README.txt file describing in detail on how to test it out with the enclosed Sample Application.
Good luck and let me know your thoughts!
Looks like The Smoking Monkey strikes again with a video of the latest enhancements to the .NET Fedlet.
To sum up, the .NET Fedlet now supports...
Download and let me know your thoughts!
Yesterday, over at the Smoking Monkey, a white paper was made available describing how OpenSSO and Microsoft "Geneva" can interoperate with each other. The .NET Fedlet that I am working on was successfully used to prove one of the use cases described within. I can feel the momentum building... woot!
Great news from over the pond! It was announced today that the Fedlet won the 'Best Innovation' Award at the European Identity Conference 2009. Congratulations to the team! Hopefully I can continue the excellence with the .NET version of the Fedlet. Pressure's on now!
Read and listen to more over at Pat's and Daniel's blogs:
Okay, okay. I know the title and tag line sounds like the opening of a bad joke. But someday I'll blog about it. Let's just say it has to do with the fact that I'm playing with multiple technologies. But I digress, the real meat of this entry is about the Fedlet for .NET provided by OpenSSO.