This post explains the integration of OAM 10.1.4.3 with Bridge-way eCounsel application using IWA mechanism. Please refer the previous post for IWA implementation steps.
What is Bridge-way eCounsel?
Bridgeway eCounsel is the complete, easy-to-use matter management solution that lets you easily track every detail for any matter, assign and manage internal staff and outside counsel, manage your legal spend, analyze trends, and more—from anywhere, via the Web.
Bridge-way eCounsel Application has Suite-Manager wizard which lets us to manage the identities/authentication mechanisms and other eCounsel specific features.
eCounsel is a web application that is deployed on WebLogic Servers. So we have used IIS as proxy for WebLogic defining IWA on IIS for OAM authentication purposes.
Follow the below steps to configure Suite Manager to perform SSO with eCounsel application.
Suite Manager SiteMinder integration changes:
Bridge-way supports Site-Minder as 3rd party SSO. Here we are impersonating the Site Minder using OAM WebGate by passing a header variable which is consumed by Bridge-way to allow user single sign-on.
Suite Manager User Mapping:
Prior SSO, all the Bridge-way users should be mapped with Site-Minder ID which is the header variable passed by OAM webgate. Usually it is NT ID of the user coming from OAM User Store.
Further steps will be continued in next post.
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