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CMS-XML 404 error when trying to load SSO login page - server.log has error regarding "sbmSAML2SPConfigFilter"
SSO login page is getting a 404 error when trying to load the IDP URL. This particular issue has been seen in SBM 11.4.2 , but it may exist in other versions as well. When looking at the Tomcat's server.log,
HTML Solutions Business Manager 11.4.2 Security Bulletin
This document contains important security information for SBM. This document is only available to registered customers who log in to the Support site . Last updated on 2019-02-25.
CMS-XML Loading login page gives 404 error from the server
Loading login page gives 404 error from the server
CMS-XML Login page gives "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage" (404)
Login page gives "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage " (404)
CMS-XML SBM Login page gives "HTTP Error 500.19 Internal Server Error"
SBM Login page gives "HTTP Error 500.19 Internal Server Error"
CMS-XML Default Logout Page and SSO Double Logon with SBM
SSO logons have 3 parts involved. When the gatekeeper redirects the user, a timer is started on the SSO process of getting validated. If this timer expires, the login will not complete, and the gatekeeper will initiate a new logon session.
CMS-XML Anonymous Submitter Gets Login Page in Error
Anonymous Submitter Gets Login Page in Error
CMS-XML Dim2009R2: SSO CAC: Login page not appearing or blank screen appears when accessing login page
Dim2009R2: SSO CAC: Login page not appearing or blank screen appears when accessing login page
CMS-XML Login page gives "Transport error: 403 Error: Forbidden"
Login page gives "Transport error: 403 Error: Forbidden"
CMS-XML After apply SBM patch, user not able to login from browser, the login page simply keep back without any other error message
After apply SBM patch, user not able to login from browser, the login page simply keep back without any other error message
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