UI automation in the single sign-on world, Part 1, Bridging the ISAM ESSO integration gap

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Date archived: December 19, 2016 | First published: May 28, 2013

This two-part series provides a solution for some unsupported single sign-on (SSO) scenarios when deploying IBM® Security Access Manager for Enterprise Single Sign-On (ISAM ESSO). Learn about the current SSO and operating system alliance model and why, for some software technologies, ISAM ESSO can't provide full integration. See how you can apply the powerful UI Automation and Active Accessibility architecture mechanism in the SSO world. Part 2 of this series will provide application examples with useful ISAM ESSO profiles based on the latest UIAutomation helper plug-in.

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