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(...) ects of external attacks. Thanks to this solution, the server located in the internal network is not affected by potential attacks, or at least their consequences are mitigated.  The pre-authentication mechanism allows you to provide an additional level of traffic filtration that comes from the public internet network and will prevent anonymous access to the WEBCON BPS Portal resources.   & (...)

(...) ve; author: Michał Bednarz From version 2021, you can authenticate in WEBCON BPS with any provider using the OpenID Connect standard. In this article, we explain how to configure it using Google authentication as an example. Please note that the configuration is identical when you use another provider.  It is necessary to register the application on the provider’s side, in this case, Google. (...)

(...) Dear WebCon Team, we most urgently need the possibility to have further authentication methods using OAuth 2.0 / OpenID in the context of REST - Web Service. At the moment the limitation does us not allow to communicate with other systems in the way of microservices. This extension would be a great increase of data communication. Thanks a lot Best regards Thomas

(...) Applies to version: 2020.1.x and above; author: Mateusz Syrek   Introduction In WEBCON BPS there it is possible to configure several authentication providers. One of them is ADFS (Active Directory Federation Services). If the organization uses the single-on with ADFS and we want the authentication process in the WEBCON BPS application to be “transparent/invisible?” for use (...)

(...) Applies to version: 2020.1.x; author: Marcin Wołosz   Introduction authentication Use of REST API Summary     Introduction The WEBCON 2019 version introduced the possibility of using REST API technology to create programming integration solutions with the system. The REST API provides full support and allows you to start new workflow instances, transition p (...)

(...) which must then be entered into the WEBCON BPS system configuration.     Additionaly, we need to activate “Access tokens” option from the Azure portal in the ‘authentication’ configuraton of the registred application.     After completing the above instructions and saving the changes in the WEBCON BPS Designer Studio, we recommend using the & (...)

(...) the database, it requires an environment configuration.   Depending on the chosen type of WEBCON BPS installation: with SharePoint, StandAlone   and following methods of authentication: integrated login, SQL login,   The following article is split into four parts – one for each combination of installation and authentication method. Links to specific subse (...)

(...) Applies to version 2019.1.4.x; Author: Michał Bednarz   When implementing a system based on AAD authentication it might be necessary to create user management in O365 from the WEBCON BPS level. WEBCON BPS provides dedicated actions for local AD. You can use the standard actions available in WEBCON BPS (REST invoke action) and REST Service Microsoft Graph.    1. Preparing the applicat (...)

(...) he log in method and BPS user list synchronization configuration directly during WEBCON BPS installation. For safety reasons, we recommend that two applications are created – one to manage user authentication and one from which to download the BPS users list.     Let’s start with the application for managing the authentication process. In the App registrationswindow add a (...)

(...) oint platform) 2.1.Software Windows Server 2012 R2 or newer MS SQL Server 2012 or higher (full text search mode required) Active Directory or Azure Active Directory or BPSAuth service as authentication provider 2.2.Hardware Architecture   There are 3 basic scenarios  for installing WEBCON BPS depending on the scale of your system: Minimal installation – for t (...)

(...) ew). WEBCON BPS Portal web application view has been embedded in a Webview, so most WEBCON BPS functionalities is supported in the same way as in desktop browsers. The Webview is responsible for user authentication.   Native part Profiles, logins and PIN security support Main panel of the application with navigation buttons in Webview Recording a voice message – Cordova Log history (...)

(...) nbsp;The technical workflow during registration   On entry to the “Active” step, the “Refresh Token” (Invoke REST Web Service) action has been added – set the authentication type as a custom and indicate the request endpoint.   Fig. 13. Refresh token - authentication tab   In the “Request data” change the HTTP method to POST. &n (...)

(...) o;Invoke REST Web service” action will be executed.   Configration of the action   Fig. 4. The “Invoke REST Web Service” action   On the “authentication” tab, there are two options: Based on data connection – based on the previously created connection Custom – based on the custom configuration   Fig. 5. The (...)

(...) ndash; in the “Connections” tab, select the “REST Web Service” option. We use the free API that stores information about countries around the world. There are several types of authentication: Anonymous NT Microsoft Dynamics 365 Salesforce WEBCON BPS Microsoft Graph Microsoft Dynamic 365 on-Premises   In the last field, enter the base service instance URL. (...)

(...) uration Solr is configured to pass the appropriate connection values to ZooKeeper -> Using the -z Parameter with bin/solr After starting Solr, change the security settings -> Enable basic authentication, and change the password of the Solr administrative user -> Add a User or Edit a Password. WEBCON BPS invokes to four Solr collections: BPS_AI BPS_Activities BPS_Elements BPS_ (...)

(...) previously defined connection to Graph -> Integration with ADD using REST invoke method and Microsoft Graph. Setting the connection to the application created in Graph – in the “authentication” tab   Fig. 5. The “authentication” tab   Setting the URL to the resource of the employee selected on the form – the login should be set in the (...)

(...) Applies to version 2020.1.3; author: Mateusz Syrek ADFS is one of the authentication providers that can be used with WEBCON BPS Portal. This article explains how you can customize your login page when you use ADFS.  Before you can customize your login page, you need to have your WEBCON PORTAL registered in ADFS. For instructions on how to do it, please refer to this article Integration of WEBCON BPS Po (...)

(...) ust be granted appropriate privileges to the required WEBCON BPS processes. To properly understand the operation of the user’s administration panel, two concepts should be introduced: authentication – the process of verifying a user’s identity through a login and password, one-time password tokens, etc. Authorization – the process following user authentication, that checks if (...)

(...) d with the BPS user list, but the AD and AAD are still the preferred methods for managing user data. The BPS users list will now combine users synchronized from the AD or AAD with those from external authentication providers, into one universal cache of all users of the system. The BPS user list serves as the base for granting privileges to view and access the system, and also contains data of the company struc (...)

(...) orm)   2.1.Software Windows Server 2012 R2 or newer MS SQL Server 2012 or higher (full text search mode required) Active Directory or Azure Active Directory or BPSAuth service as authentication provider 2.2.Hardware Architecture     There are 3 basic scenarios  for installing WEBCON BPS depending on the scale of your system: Minimal installation &nd (...)