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Cookie based Authentication in REST connector

vbalakumar
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HI,

Reference:  https://forums.saviynt.com/t5/identity-governance/cookie-based-rest-connector/m-p/46713

Our requirement is exactly the same as the forum post reference above;  We need to pass 4 cookie values generated in the Authentication call to the subsequent API Calls to the application. 

Application API Documentation: https://admhelp.microfocus.com/alm/api_refs/REST_core/Content/REST_API-shared/login.htm

We tried with "cookies": "${access_token}" as suggested in the reference Saviynt Forum Post above. We are also getting only one cookie (JSESSIONID)passed over.

In that Reference Forum Post, I see a reply from Saviynt last year on 8\15\2023 suggesting to create an enhancement in Idea portal for this feature.

Do we have this enhancement created ? Is this issue resolved in the latest Saviynt Releases ?  (We are using v24.2).

Is there any other way \ configuration that we could do to pass all the 4 cookies to the subsequent calls?  Please let me know,   

Thank in advance !!!

VB

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vivek9237
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@vbalakumar I can see that an Idea is already created for this - https://ideas.saviynt.com/ideas/EIC-I-5045

 

Regards,

Vivek Mohanty


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rushikeshvartak
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As mentioned by @vivek9237  Idea has been created for above issue https://ideas.saviynt.com/ideas/EIC-I-5045 In order to get release date /prioritize idea ticket contact CSM for account.


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Rushikesh Vartak
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vbalakumar
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Thanks for the update @vivek9237 @rushikeshvartak !!

Please let me know if anyone can think of any workaround for this scenario.  Thanks !

You can use custom jar as workaround


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Rushikesh Vartak
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