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Rambo79 wrote:You have to derive the roles/permissions/attributes from your LDAP server. See APEX_LDAP API
Anybody got any suggestions with this. I have got single sign on working via the built in LDAP Directory authentication in APEX. But at the moment this is letting everyone who is within AD log in
How can I assign role permissions to each logged in user so some users have an admin role and see certain parts of the application / pages / navigation items while editors and readers have different permissions
And also to restrict access to certain pages within the applicationYou need to design/implement APEX Authorizations based on the LDAP user settings and Attach those Authorization Scheme(s) to an Application, Page, or Components.
I hope this makes sense? and there is expertise on the forum who have implemented such solutions who could possibly helpHope this helps!
Rambo79 wrote:Yes, you should be able to. look into the apex_ldap API mentioned above.
Thanks but could I combine the APEX LDAP authentication to my AD server which is working with a roles database table that contains
Where the Username field would = the variable stored from when after the user authenticates via the APEX ldap authentication