ISAM – POODLE updates

When I attempted to configured ISAM for Mobile V8.0.1.0 against an old version of TAM - specifically TAM Policy Server v 6.1.1 FP 8 (and an older 6.1.1 - FP4), I ran into some problems. It generated the following error: System Error HPDCF0062E Could not connect to the Security Access Manager policy server. Error code... Continue Reading →

ISAM for Web – Modify a Request Header

I posted about modifying a HTTP response back in June 2014 here. This month, I had to put together a HTTP transformation rule that would update a Request header. In particular, the Request header was "out of spec" from the HTTP rules for a Content-Type. It simply updated the request header. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <xsl:stylesheet... Continue Reading →

ISAM for Mobile – ROPC OAuth Username and Password Validation

As of V8.0.1.0 of ISAM for Mobile, there is a helper class in the Javascript mapping rule for Resource Owner Password Validation against the configured LDAP server. There are a few steps required to configure it though. If you haven't configured it, you will receive the following error on attempting an ROPC flow: {"error":"mapping_error", "error_description":" Continue Reading →

TFIM SAML 2.0 Federation URL

Sample Federation URL: I make this post, as much about a note to myself - as for others. This URL will avoid using the Alias service, and initiate a HTTPPost SAML flow. https://<idpHost>/FIM/sps/<federationname>/saml20/logininitial?RequestBinding=HTTPPost&ResponseBinding=HTTPPost&NameIdFormat=Email&PartnerId=<ID for partner> Here is some additional notes from the IBM Knowledge Center:  

ISAM for Mobile: Javascript Policy Information Points

Since ISAM for Mobile has had the ability to call a Javascript Policy Information Point (PIP) during context based access (CBA, formerly risk based access - RBA) decisions for attribute enrichment. This capability is very flexible and can be used for many different purposes. Some examples include: Manipulating and extracting attributes from request headers.... Continue Reading →

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