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documentation:2.1:authproxy [2019/01/15 15:55]
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documentation:2.1:authproxy [2020/02/20 22:33] (current)
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 LL::NG is able to transfer (trough REST or SOAP) authentication credentials to another LL::NG portal, like a proxy. LL::NG is able to transfer (trough REST or SOAP) authentication credentials to another LL::NG portal, like a proxy.
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 +<note warning>​SOAP support may be removed in LLNG 3.0</​note>​
  
 The difference with [[authremote|remote authentication]] is that the client will never be redirect to the main LL::NG portal. This configuration is usable if you want to expose your internal SSO portal to another network (DMZ). The difference with [[authremote|remote authentication]] is that the client will never be redirect to the main LL::NG portal. This configuration is usable if you want to expose your internal SSO portal to another network (DMZ).
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 The portal must be configured to accept REST or SOAP authentication requests if you've choose to use SOAP. See: [[documentation:​2.0:​restservices|REST server plugin]] or [[soapsessionbackend|SOAP session backend]] //​(deprecated)//​. The portal must be configured to accept REST or SOAP authentication requests if you've choose to use SOAP. See: [[documentation:​2.0:​restservices|REST server plugin]] or [[soapsessionbackend|SOAP session backend]] //​(deprecated)//​.
  
 +==== SOAP compatibility with 1.9 server ====
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 +If you Proxy is a 2.0.x and your server is a 1.9.x, you should add this in your lemonldap-ng.ini:​
 +<code ini>
 +soapProxyUrn = urn:​Lemonldap/​NG/​Common/​CGI/​SOAPService
 +</​code>​