5 Replies Latest reply on May 20, 2013 8:20 PM by JeffJon

    Is this script still valid for setting up Drill through between HFM and FDM

      Guys hoping some one can shed a light.

      I am running hfm and fdm realese

      I am having issues setting up the SSO authentication (all the other steps have been done, and HFM is aware that I have uploaded information that can drill back). I am using an SSO script that was part of an Oracle presentation, but don't know if that script is still relevant.

      Here is a copy of the script (Visual Basic Script SSO Authentication) :

      Function AuthenticateSSO(token, applicationName)
      ' Place your single sign-on authentication script here
      ' To signify an authentication failure, you should
      ' raise an error by calling the following method:
      ' Err.Raise [error number over 1000], [source], [description]
      ' Applicationname = FDMApplication in URL
      Const strProcSig = "AuthenticateSSO"
      Dim strUsername
      Dim strDomain
      Dim objHFMSSO
      Dim strClusterName ' HFM cluster name
      Dim strAppName ' HFM application name
      Set objHFMSSO = CreateObject("upsIntBlockFM40C.clsHypeWindowFM")
      If Not objHFMSSO Is Nothing Then
      strClustername = "<xxxxxxxx>"
      Select Case ApplicationName
      Case "<xxxxxxxx>"
      strAppName = "<xxxxxxxx>"
      End Select
      strUsername = objHFMSSO.Connection.GetUsernameFromToken(CStr(Token), strClustername, strAppName)
      If Trim(strUsername & "") = "" Then
      ' Blank user name means the token is invalid.
      Set objHFMSSO = Nothing
      Err.Raise 2655, strProcSig, "The Single Sign-on token is invalid."
      ' Return the user name from the authenticated token.
      AuthenticateSSO = strUsername
      End If
      End If
      Set objHFMSSO = Nothing
      End Function

      After I input all the information requested, I always get the error Server Error in '/' Application. The resource cannot be found.
      Description: HTTP 404. The resource you are looking for (or one of its dependencies) could have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable. Please review the following URL and make sure that it is spelled correctly.

      Requested URL: /HyperionFDM/AuthorizedPages/IntersectionSummaryByLocation.aspx

      I did saw a note about this error that suggested that I needed to re-register and deploy again FDM. Did, but still have the same issue. So the only thing that I don't control is the script and that is why I am asking if this script is still active and usable?