ISAM OAuth Inactivity

Its not immediately obvious, and commonly misconstrued as an problem of disappearing tokens, but the OAuth grants in ISAM have a "Maximum" Grant lifetime, as opposed to an inactivity in a default API Definition. This means that when you request a Token - say via ROPC and you are using the default settings of an... Continue Reading →

Simpler ISAM Authentication Service URLs

In order to clean up the instantiation URLs generated by the authentication service, you can use a ISAM HTTP transformation rule. I've just completed two examples of this. Remove PolicyId static prefix: This transformation removes the need to have a long static prefix at the beginning of the URL query string parameter you call to... Continue Reading →

ISAM – Infomap – Any alias authentication

A number of customers like to use various alias's to authenticate into ISAM, up until recently, the primary way of achieving this, is via a Custom EAI, or some elaborate LDAP hackery. Infomap, and the UserHelper capabilities, makes this a much easier affair. Here is an example, where we use the infomap to authenticate based... Continue Reading →

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