Robert Mostyn robertmostyn99 at
Mon Apr 15 20:01:43 EDT 2013

I think Postgres has an option for login based on network name.  If you label it as "trust" in hba conf file, my guess it lets the user through without password.
Not ried this - just theory.


On Mon15 Apr 2013, at 21:57, Bastiaan Olij <bastiaan at> wrote:

> Hey Jean Marc,
> I'm not aware of an 'official' way to do it with Omnis, as other I think
> have already written it requires an implementation that uses tokens that
> allow you to prove the users identity with the domain controller in
> question.
> We did implement SSO at a windows only client side a while back but
> because Omnis is a client/server app and we where using MS SQL we let MS
> SQL do the heavy lifting for us. MS SQL fully supports SSO, you can
> create a user group on the domain controller for your application and
> provide access to your MS SQL server for that entire user group. Any
> user that gets added to the user group will automatically have access to
> the server.
> When you set up your ODBC entry for MS SQL you simply tick the box
> "trust" which will ensure that the ODBC drive sends the proper token to
> the database server.
> For us as an app it becomes simple, if the user can log onto the
> database they are thus authenticated properly with the domain or MS SQL
> wouldn't let you in.
> Cheers,
> Bas
> On 16/04/13 2:18 AM, Jean Marc Azerad wrote:
>> Hi listers, 
>> A question from one of my customers...
>> "Is it possible to do SS0 authentication with Omnis Studio?" (currently 4.2)
>> I don't even understand the question, so I need your help !
>> Thanks
>> JM
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