An in-depth knowledge of various technology areas enables us to provide end-to-end solutions and services to various industry sectors. Since 1999, we have developed 350+ projects for our clients in USA, UK, Europe and across the globe.
Below is a list of just few projects in various technology domains.
(We have not mentioned name or reference of live/actual url or name of clients as per our confidentiality and non disclosure policy).
Portfolio by Technology > Web-based-applications
Salesforce Single Sign On Implementation
Providing customized integration of SalesForce.com Single Sign-on feature with Active Directory check for intranet sites.....
ASP.NET 2.0, SalesForce.com Single Sign-on feature,
Third Party Tools :
SalesForce.com Single Sign-on feature
Industry Sector :
IT - Software/Ecommerce
Weblineindia has worked on salesforce as well. We have implementation SSO(single-sign-on) process. Normally saleforce requires saparate username and password to login and use it but if user wants to login using same username that is very help full thing which called as SSO so whole network users can use salesforce through one single login details. And that gives less user management efforts which helps company to reduce its administrative cost, Application become more easy to use and enhance security as well. Webline india has implemented that feature to salesforce application for its overseas client (Outsourcing). If user wants to integrate any external Indentity Management System then Single signone features gives that access.
SSO (Single Sign On) offer various types of integrations (Authenticated) and majorly used two are as follow:
Via use of existing directory which contains passwords and Login IDs like LDAP or Active Directory
By eliminiting the requirement of explicit users's log on action
Single Sign-On process begins via link on a company intranet page that link first checks and confirm the users who logged in for validation purpose against Active directoy checks, If that user has been validated then it sends a request for the token passes it to the Salesforce login page, and accepts the end result of the user authntication try from Salesforce.