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It was noticed that the current steps(mentioned in below link) for SSO implementation is not suitable for External connection Via SSP/SEAS
for docker based B2Bi install.
According to the steps mentioned in above link,
1. files needs to be copied inside the container.
2. /private diretory needs to be created inside container after the container is build.
3. jar files needs to be copied inside container's /private directory.
These steps needs to be repeated every time the container is deleted and a new container is spawned.
In docker based implementation, we should not go inside container and do manual changes.
So a more cleaner approach is required for docker based SSO implementation.
As there are many customers using SSP and SEAS, so this implementation becomes a critical part.
Please provide a cleaner way of doing this implementation.
Attached is the reply from developer and the PMR raised for this is:TS002637002
How will this idea be used?
we should do a better way of implementation of this piece because this a component which is used by our Major clients who are using SSP/SEAS for external traffic. Because every time the container is dropped, we need to rebuild this components inside container.
|What is your industry?||Government|
|What is the idea priority?||High|
|Link to original RFE|