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Enterprise Single Sign-On 8.0.6 - SSOWatch Administrator Guide

1 Overview 2 SSOWatch 3 Configuration Editor: Enterprise SSO Studio
3.1 Interface Overview 3.2 Starting and Stopping Enterprise SSO Studio 3.3 Creating or Opening a Configuration 3.4 Configuring General SSO Parameters 3.5 Defining PFCP and Application Profiles 3.6 Defining Application and Technical Definition Objects 3.7 Defining Window Objects 3.8 Testing the SSO 3.9 Exporting or Importing Objects 3.10 Managing Objects in the Tree 3.11 Saving Object Configurations 3.12 Managing Configuration Updates 3.13 Refreshing the Tree
4 The Generic Plug-in 5 The Microsoft Internet Explorer Plugin  6 The SAP R/3 Plug-in 7 Terminal Type Applications 8 The HLLAPI Plug-in 9 Advanced Configuration 10 OLE/Automation Interface Appendix A: Cache Tuning and Asynchronous Update of the Application Data Appendix B: Integrating Care-FX with SSOWatch

4 The Generic Plug-in

The window objects that allow you to carry out the SSO belong to the Generic Windows, as shown in the following figure:
The Quest SSOJava Plug-in, which must imperatively be installed after the JRE (for more information, see Quest ESSO Installation Guide).

4.1 Window Detection

When you create a Window in the configuration editor, you have to define the window that must be detected by SSOWatch. You must carry out this operation through the Detection tabbed panel:
1.
Select the window that must be detected by SSOWatch, using the target button. For details, see 4.1.1 Simple Detection.
Upon the detection of the window (Step 1), the Detect by Window Class and Detect by Window Title options are selected. These options are usually sufficient to enable the detection of the window by SSOWatch.

4.1.1 Simple Detection

4.1.1.1 Simple Detection of a Window or a Java Applet

To detect a window, SSOWatch first looks for its title (for standard or Java application) or its login area (for Java applet). It can then look for the presence of an additional text in the window.
For standard or Java application windows, drag and drop the target button located in the top right of the Detection tabbed panel onto the title bar of the window that you want to detect. The data from the last targeted window are displayed in the configuration window, as shown in the following figure.
For Java applets, drag and drop the target button located in the top right of the Detection tabbed panel onto the login/password area of the Java applet that you want to detect. The data from the last targeted window are displayed in the configuration window, as shown in the following figure.
The Detection tab now shows a tree structure for the targeted window, as well as its parent windows, if any. Each window is represented on two lines differentiated by the icon on the left of the line:
If the window has a title, Detect by Window Title (not case sensitive).
A potential problem appears with this title because FirstName and LastName can differ from one user to another.
In this case, the text must be edited and reduced to Enter the password for, and the window detection method must be set up to use: Start with or Contains.
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