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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

8.1.3 HLLAPI Plug-in Registry Keys

If the EnableMultiEmulator key is set to 1 (see 8.1.2 Configuring the HLLAPI Plug-in for Different Types of Applications), the registry keys listed in this section that are located directly under HKLM\SOFTWARE\Enatel\SSOWatch\HllAPI are ignored.
If the EnableMultiEmulator key is set to 1, this value must be set (no default value allowed).
Default: PCSHLL32.dll.
Single application: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Enatel\SSOWatch\HllAPI
Multi applications: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Enatel\SSOWatch\HllAPI\<App. Name>, where <App. Name> is the name of the HLLAPI application.
If the EnableMultiEmulator key is set to 1, this value must be set (no default value allowed)
Default: hllapi.
Single application: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Enatel\SSOWatch\HllAPI
Multi applications: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Enatel\SSOWatch\HllAPI\<App. Name>, where <App. Name> is the name of the HLLAPI application.
IMPORTANT: If the EnableMultiEmulator key is set to 1, this value must be set (no default value allowed)
1 (default): 32-bit application
Single application: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Enatel\SSOWatch\HllAPI
Multi applications: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Enatel\SSOWatch\HllAPI\<App. Name>, where <App. Name> is the name of the HLLAPI application.
Allows SSOWatch to support HLLAPI libraries which are not able to return Windows handle properly
0 (default): disabled
Single application: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Enatel\SSOWatch\HllAPI
Multi applications: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Enatel\SSOWatch\HllAPI\<App. Name>, where <App. Name> is the name of the HLLAPI application.
Allows the SSOWatch engineto detect the title of the HLLAPI application.
1 (default): enabled (displays the Title check button in the Detection tab. For details, see 8.2.1 The Detection Tab).
Single application: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Enatel\SSOWatch\HllAPI
Multi applications: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Enatel\SSOWatch\HllAPI\<App. Name>, where <App. Name> is the name of the HLLAPI application.

8.2 Enabling SSO for HLLAPI Applications

1.
In Enterprise SSO Studio, create a new Application.
The Window Properties window appears.
3.
Fill in the General tab with the following guideline: in the Window Type drop-down list, define one of the following screens:
HLLAPI Standard: screen, that does not need any authentication data (not available in Access Collector mode).
If you are defining an HLLAPI New Password screen, and if the new password must be provided in the login screen, then select Use Manual SSO State Conditions, click Configure and select SSO has been done. Password has expired and must be changed.
5.
Fill in the Detection tab, which is described in 8.2.1 The Detection Tab.
6.
Fill in the Actions tab, which is described in 8.2.2 The Actions Tab.
7.

8.2.1 The Detection Tab

The section gives information on how to fill in the Detection tab for HLLAPI screen types. This tab allows you to define the screen requirements to satisfy to enable SSO.
The Connection Type area:
The Strings to Detect area:
You must fill in this area to define the strings that SSOWatch must detect to enable SSO. Read carefully the following guidelines:
b)
Absence of: select this check box to specify that the string must not appear in the application window.
c)
Position area: fill in this area to specify the position of the string to detect in the application window:
Select Check Position.
Select Relative Coordinates if you want to specify a position relative to the position of the cursor.
d)
Click the Title check button to enter a part of the title of the window to be detected so that SSO is performed on the emulator.
e)
Click Add.
In this Detection tabbed panel example, SSOWatch enables SSO if:
The Account Name string is located in the application window at the same row as the cursor (relative coordinates) and 14 columns before.
The Password string does not appear in the application window.

8.2.2 The Actions Tab

The section gives information on how to fill in the Actions tab for HLLAPI window types. This tab allows you to define the authentication data that SSOWatch must send to the terminal emulator.
The SSO Steps area:
The Actions area:
This area allows you to define the data that SSOWatch must send to the terminal emulator. Fill in it as follows:
8.3 HLLAPI Applications Keys lists the keys that are compatible with many emulator software applications.
Once by instance: (appears only with the HLLAPI Standard window type). Select this check box if you want to specify that SSOWatch must carry out the actions listed in the SSO Steps area only one time per session instance. You should use this option to send further actions upon the detection of other HLLAPI screens than the HLLAPI screen types listed in the General tab.
The Other button: if the actions listed above do not meet your requirements, you can define extended actions, by clicking the Other button.
Sleep: select this option to suspend SSOWatch for a specified time specified before processing the next displayed action in the SSO Steps area.
Exit DLL: select this option to call a function in an external DLL. If the function is found in the DLL, the indicator turns green.
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