Logon Execution Check - DocPop - English - Foundation 22.1 - OnBase - Essential - Premier - Standard - external - Standard - Essential - Premier

DocPop

Platform
OnBase
Product
DocPop
Release
Foundation 22.1
License
Standard
Essential
Premier

The following is the order in which DocPop checks for logon credentials. This is useful if you have multiple levels of user security. For example, if some users authenticate using automatic logon because they are located on the local network, but you need to retain the ability for remote users to access DocPop pages, you would use this order of logon execution to determine what the fallback would be at each point in the logon process.

  1. Automatic logon - This feature is enabled when enableAutoLogin is true in the Hyland.Web.DocPop Web.config element. This type of logon allows a user to automatically log on to DocPop using domain credentials. If OnBase is configured for Active Directory or LDAP authentication with Interactive Login, the user must provide a valid domain user name and password to log on. The value for the domain field defaults to the domain value if it is specified in the Hyland.Web.DocPop element. The user name defaults to the DocPop username value. If logon fails, the user will be presented with a domain logon screen.
    If your solution is configured for Integration for Single Sign-On instead of Active Directory/LDAP authentication, DocPop uses Single Sign-On when enableAutoLogin is true in the Hyland.Web.DocPop Web.config element. If your solution is configured for both Single Sign-On and Active Directory/LDAP authentication, but DocPop should use Single Sign-On instead of Active Directory/LDAP authentication, set both enableAutoLogin and forceSSOAutoLoginOverDomain to true. For more information about Single Sign-On, see the Legacy Authentication Methods module reference guide.
  2. HTTP Logon - This feature is enabled when enableHTTPLogin is set to true in the Hyland.Web.DocPop Web.config element. The user name and password are sent through the query string of the URL that the user uses to access DocPop. The valid keys to use are username for the user name and password for the password. If logon fails, the user is presented with a logon screen. The user can also set the data source from the query string, if this feature is enabled. See Explanation of DocPop Web.config Settings for more information.

    Example: &username=USERNAME&password=PASSWORD

    CAUTION:

    Credentials in the query string are sent in clear text.

  3. Default Logon - This feature is enabled when enableDefaultLogin is set to true in the Hyland.Web.DocPop Web.config element. The user is logged on using the username and password values specified in the Hyland.Web.DocPop element. If the logon fails, the user is presented with a logon screen.
  4. Logon Page - If enableDefaultLogin, enableHTTPLogin, and enableAutoLogin are all set to false in the Hyland.Web.DocPop Web.config element, then the user is presented with a logon screen.