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New Post 8/31/2018 7:11 AM
User is offline ROB_Sabbir
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Requirement Gathering and user stories for Single Sign On 

Hi

I have been tasked on a project to integrate single sign on with our existing application. I was wondering if you anyone has experience working on similar projects or can guide me on how to capture the requirements and create user stories for such projects.

Thank you in Advance.

 

 

 
New Post 10/1/2018 9:27 AM
User is offline Lisa Combest
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Re: Requirement Gathering and user stories for Single Sign On 

Hello.  Not to sound to simplistic, but you gather the requirements the same way you do with any project.  Single signon has it's particular challenges and knowledge sets, but so do all projects.  If you were more specific as to what you need help on, it might be better.

 
New Post 3/28/2019 4:44 PM
User is offline Kris 03
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Re: Requirement Gathering and user stories for Single Sign On 

Sample: SSO is implemented. User has access to SiteA, SiteB

1. A user logs into SiteA, accesses another SiteB, he is able to login into SiteB without entering his credentials again

2. A user had previously logged into SiteA or SiteB, when the user logs out of SiteA or SiteB, he tries to access the other logged in website, he is logged out of the other website as well.

3. Consider if the SSO sites have same session and idle session timeouts. 

 
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