in TraIT we have been trying to integrate authentication and Single Sign On (SSO) using SAML 2.0 in OpenClinica.
TraIT is a Dutch project working on an IT-infrastructure for bio-medical research. The intention is to allow users to use their own institutions / university's accounts to sign in to the TraIT application suite;
next to OpenClinica we also use other research applications for example XNAT, BMIA, Transmart etc. The Dutch University Network (SURFnet) already has a IdP facility (SurfConnext) which we can use.
To get OpenClinica working with SAML we are experimenting with plugging in different Spring beans; but unfortunately we did not get it up and running.@Krikor
: do you have any suggestions on how to tackle this problem ? Is modifying / replacing the OpenClinicaUsernamePasswordAuthenticationFilter enough or
can we just add the Spring SAMLAuthenticationProvider to the provider list ?
Thanks in advance and regards,