Novell Access Management 3 Linux Access Gateway
Novell Access Management 3 Access Administration
Novell Access Management 3 Linux Novell Identity Server
Novell iChain 2.3
After upgrading to Access Manager and using the Linux or Netware Access Gateway to accelerate the same Web site, the users were continuously being prompted to enter their credentials ie. there was no single sign on using formfill.
When creating the form fill policy, the equivalent operation to the iChain '~' character and the iChainformfillcrib attribute on Access Manager is the Local Shared Secret.The policy engine allows you to create local secret stores and name the attributes for the store as you are creating an identity injection or form fill policy.
A local shared secret does not contain any name/value pairs until you configure a form fill policy to add name/value pairs or enable the [Configuration Name]> .)option. (Click > >
In the above case, we created it manually by initally setting the'Input field value' to Shared Secret. Selecting the Shared secret is the next option (page with title of 'Select shared secret') where we created a new secret. The administrator created a LoginCredentials secret, although any name could be taken. Selecting the LoginCredentials secret will provide the administrator with the option to create additional subsecrets. In this case, we created an additional two secrets - LoginID and LoginPwd.
By assigning the LoginCredentials -> LoginID to the 'UserID' parameter name mentioned above and the LoginCredentials -> LoginPwd for the 'password' parameter name, the single sign on worked fine.