The purpose of this document is to show how HATS and Portal can be used together to achieve Single Sign-On ( SSO ) for an i5/OS application running on a System i server ( aka iSeries or AS/400 )
In my environment, I was using HATS v7 beta 3 and WebSphere Portal 184.108.40.206. However, the steps should work for earlier versions of both products.
http://www.davehay.f2s.com/HATS_and_Portal_Together_v2.zip *UPDATED 23/01/2007*
Comments gratefully received :-)
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Thursday, 25 January 2007
WebSphere Host Access Transformation Services and WebSphere Portal Together
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