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Hi experts,

I'm having some problems to configure SSO on a domino server. While creating the SSO document, I must create a domino SSO key. When I hit the "keys..." button a error message appears:

External function not found...

How can I resolve this problem ?

Greetings,

Bob
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Title: Hints and Tips for Troubleshooting Single Sign-on and Authentication Issues with Domino & WebSphere
Product Area: Domino Server, WebSphere Application Server
Product: Domino Server 5.x
Topic: Internet \\ Web Server \\ Miscellaneous
Number: 182135
Date: 04/10/2001



This document serves as a guide to troubleshoot issues that may arise when Domino is configured to be used with IBM's WebSphere Application Server for single sign-on (SSO) or LDAP authentication. This information can also be found in the Domino/Notes Release Notes.


Problem: Configuring the Web SSO document fails (document introduced in Domino 5.0.5)

To successfully configure the Web SSO document, the Notes or Domino Administrator client's home server must be in the same domain as the participating Single Sign-on servers.
When you save the Web SSO document, the entry in the Home Server field of your client's Location document must be pointing to a server in the same domain as the other servers participating in single sign-on. If you see a message box indicating that one or more of the participating servers cannot be found, then those servers will not be able to decrypt the Web SSO document and will not perform Single Sign-On.
When the Web SSO document is saved, the status bar indicates how many public keys were used to encrypt the document. The client finds the Administrator and Server documents in the Domino Directory and uses the public key stored on the Administration tab.
Problem: Error on server console; Web SSO document fails to load on HTTP startup
Problem: Authentication fails
Tracking Sessions


Related Documents:

Enabling Single Sign-on for Domino and WebSphere Application Servers
Document #: 181846

marilyng

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Commented:
Thanks Marilynq, but this isn't the solution to my problem...

Greetings,

Bob

Commented:
What client version are you using to set this up?

marilyng

Author

Commented:
I'm using Adminclient R5.03.....

Oooooohhh...I know what you mean (I think)... I must upgrade to a minimum of 5.05 ?

(-:

Greetings,

Bob
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Bob,

Yeah.. it only works on 5.05.. smile. Hence why you get the error message..

marilyng

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Commented:
OK Marilynq...On the moment I'm workin at home and have not the 5.05 client (or higher) with me, so I can't try it right now, but you'll hear from me soon (-:

Greetings,

Bob

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I'll keep my fingers crossed... marilyn

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(-: me too

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Commented:
Thanks Marilyn.....

Upgraded to R5.08 (admin client) and it works fine now....(-:

Greetings,

Bob

P.S. are you from Europe ?

Commented:
Bob.. Hooray!

No, not from Europe.. New York.  Grandparents from Italy.

marilyn

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Commented:
I was curious, because you're you answered so quick. I'm from Holland so 6 hours earlier in time (-:

BTW..my heart is with you and all the New Yorkers )-:

Take care....

CIAO  

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