Understanding the SAML trust association interceptor for the WebSphere Application Server

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Martin Lansche

Date archived: September 24, 2018 | First published: December 08, 2016

Recent fix packs to IBM® WebSphere® Application Server versions 7.0, 8.0, and 8.5 include a SAML trust association interceptor (TAI) that introduces advanced single sign-on capabilities. The TAI includes many properties, and understanding what these options do and when to use them can be a challenge. The purpose of this article is to help you make sense of the SAML TAI.

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