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CMS-XML Making a call through the SBM Proxy using JavaScript how can I control whether the SSO Token is added to the request header or not?
You may be using JavaScript to make a request to an external website. When you do this you have to use the sbmproxy to avoid cross site scripting issues but depending on your needs you might not want the SSO token to be included in the header of the request you're going to. A good example where you might not want the SSO token included might be when making a rest call to another Serena product that uses SSO.
CMS-XML Problems with the PDF and REST Widgets
1) Right-click the Web site in IIS and select Properties. 2) In the ISAPI Filters tab, click Add. 3) Enter the following name for the filter: sbmproxy .
CMS-XML Out of network users communicate with JBOSS on port 443
virtual directory/application in IIS is the SBM Proxy ( sbmproxy ). This is the same SBMProxy that can be used to make a call from the browser to a third party website, e.g. http://servername/sbmproxy/xhp?url=http://www.acme.com. For this functionality, see the SBM installation guide or KB S141546
CMS-XML Serena SSO/CAC Setup through port 443 Only
uriworkermap.properties / sbmproxy /*=worker1 /ALFSSOLogin/*=worker1 # Used for SSO prior to 10.1.2
CMS-XML SBM: How to setup HTTP strict transport security (HSTS)
<filter name="sbmrewrite" path="C:\Program Files\Serena\SBM\Application Engine\bin\urlrewriter\iirf.dll" /> <filter name=" sbmproxy " path="C:\Program Files\Serena\SBM\Application Engine\bin\isapi_redirect.dll" /> </isapiFilters>

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