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 →

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 →

ISAM HTTP XSL Transformation Rule to Modify request Parameters

I had to write an XSL Stylesheet to modify a request parameter - I had to modify a request parameter in a TFIM SAML request from RelayState to Target, here is what I used changing request text from "something" to "another": <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <xsl:stylesheet xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform" version="1.0"> <!-- This is a template stylesheet which should... Continue Reading →

Advanced ISAM Session Timeout capabilities

Sometimes it might be necessary to manage a session lifetime based on business or security factors, and these might need to be specific to an operation in progress. Here are some helpful techniques for managing the timeouts more dynamically: Understanding Session timeout accuracy Before we go into more detail of setting the session timeouts - it's... Continue Reading →

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