EOD HYBRID AUTHENTICATION

Requirement: Hybrid Single Sign-On Authentication with available Standard Security from outside of parent application.

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  EOD HYBRID AUTHENTICATION
EOD Hybrid Authentication provides Single Sign-On capabilities from inside a Parent Application, while providing Standard Authentication as a stand-alone site.

When using EOD Hybrid Authentication in Single Sign-on mode, the parent application writes the current user's UserID, a GUID token and the current datetime stamp to a database table within the Logi Application's security database and then passes those values into an iFrame request. The Logi Application determines that a GUID has been passed and compares the UserID and GUID with the ones written to its database. The timestamps must be within a specified value in order for the GUID to be accepted. Once the GUID is accepted, or another attempt is made, all GUID tokens for that UserID are removed from the database.

Standard Security authentication functions as normal.



Useful Links:

  • Devnet: Working with Logi Security
  • Font Awesome
  • MSDN: HASHBYTES
  • SQL: Split Function
  • EOD Shell SQL Database Backup
  •   HYBRID AUTH
    WHY USE HYBRID AUTH?









    AUTHENTICATION FLEXIBILITY




    PARENT CONTROLS TOKEN




    SINGLE LOGI APPLICATION




    EASY TO IMPLEMENT!