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How to configure SSO Mechanism in Mobile Connectivity

The Mobile Connectivity feature of SAP Cloud Platform Mobile Services let customers to define the connectivity to back-end systems. The “SSO Mechanism” allows Mobile Service to access the protected Back-end applications without manually entering the password.

This series of articles focus on giving a step-by-step guidance for a few SSO scenarios which are often used but not easy to do it right:

From Mobile Service in Cloud Foundry to Apps in Cloud Foundry

  • Forward Authentication
    • Back-end Server uses the same XSUAA instance with mobile application
    • Back-end Server grants scopes access to mobile application
  • OAuth2 User Token Exchange
  • OAuth2 SAML Bearer Assertion
  • OAuth2 Client Credentials

For more information about this scenario, please click here.

From Mobile Service in Cloud Foundry to Apps in Neo

  • Application to Application SSO
  • OAuth2 SAML Bearer Assertion

From Mobile Service in Neo to Apps in Cloud Foundry

  • OAuth2 SAML Bearer Assertion

For the other two scenarios, please click here.

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