The modules use the information that the filters supply to perform the login.
Developers can create their own modules and use them in SiteVision. Further information about this can be found on page Custom JAAS modules (only available in English)
The module uses the information that the Client address filter picked from the client to save as identification for the user
Control flag for the module -
The LDAP module uses the directory service that is set up for the current website to verify the username and password.
This module is used to verify the login of the system user.
The control flag should be sufficient.
This function enables you to enable automatic login for users. The user can choose to save their login so that the session is stored in a secure cookie.
The module requires a secure connection, learn how to enable it.
SAML stands for Security Assertion Markup Language and is an XML-based open standard for exchanging authentications and permissions.
SAML is a federated login method that organises your own login against AD without the need for direct contact with AD.
By using the Firefox add-on "SAML Tracer", you can get help to find the names of these group attributes.
SAML should precede LDAP in the list of login modules. If the SAML login does not work, you will be forwarded to a regular form login.
This module can be used if you want text entered into the login form.
The module uses headers from the external security solution MobilityGuard to identify users.
If Mobilityguard and SiteVision are connected to the same LDAP server, the Mobilityguard filter is sufficient, otherwise you will need to use this module.
The Mobilityguard module must be after the System login module but before the LDAP module in the module configuration. System login and MobilityGuard control flag should be set to Sufficient.
Below is an image of the settings you need to make in the module. MobilityGuard sends the necessary information via headers to SiteVision. You must enter the name of the headers that come from MobilityGuard.
CAS is open source software for single sign-on (SSO) for web applications.
Instead of SiteVision managing the login, this is done by a central service outside of SiteVision.
Module that creates the user, receives all the information from OpenID.
Module that creates the user, receives all information from Swedish e-identity.
The page published: 2019-02-28