This video demonstrates how to integrate WebSEAL (a component of IBM Security Systems Access Manager for Web, previously IBM Tivoli Access Manager for e-business) and SAP NetWeaver Application Server ABAP. System architects and administrators who want to use WebSEAL to handle authentication for NetWeaver AS ABAP can use the video as a guide. WebSEAL is a reverse proxy that authenticates user identities and enforces authorization for web-based resources. Its role in this integration is to allow users to log in with Access Manager credentials, seamlessly logging them into the ABAP web application. The video shows how to configure and enable single sign-on and single sign-off, then how to test the integration.
- Refer to the IBM Security Integration Factory community to learn more info about how to integrate IBM Security Access Manager into your IT infrastructure.
- Visit the IBM Security Access Manager for Web on developerWorks community to learn more about Access Manager.
- Visit the pdadmin Reference Guide for more information about the commands shown in this video.
- Visit the Access Manager Administration Guide to learn more about
administering the base component of Access Manager.
- See the WebSEAL Administration Guide to learn more about administering
the WebSEAL component of Access Manager.
Simon Stebbins is a software engineer for IBM and works in a development laboratory at the Gold Coast in Australia. His role is technical support for software that integrates Access Manager for Web and other IBM Security Systems products with ISV software products. He received degrees in Mathematics and Information Technology (Honours) from Queensland University of Technology, and has eight years experience in IT research and software development.