Turn off SSO login for some contextClassRef URIs

Stefan Santesson stefan at aaa-sec.com
Wed May 20 15:08:52 EDT 2015


Wouldn’t actually work by just duplicating some lines in

What if I add:
<webflow:flow-location id="authn/External2"
path="../system/flows/authn/external-authn-flow.xml" />
<webflow:flow-location id="authn/External3"
path="../system/flows/authn/external-authn-flow.xml" />
<webflow:flow-location id="authn/External4"
path="../system/flows/authn/external-authn-flow.xml" />
<webflow:flow-location id="authn/External5"
path="../system/flows/authn/external-authn-flow.xml" />

Would that work?

I don’t need it to be different that External, so I guess I can use the
same flow conf file
I just want it to be registered as a new flow under a new name.

Or is there anything in the actual flow file that would need to be
different for each flow?


On 20/05/15 20:14, "Cantor, Scott" <cantor.2 at osu.edu> wrote:

>On 5/20/15, 6:09 PM, "Stefan Santesson" <stefan at aaa-sec.com> wrote:
>>I tried to duplicate the authn/External flow in the general-authn.xml
>>file, listing different ClassRef under the supported principals list, but
>>that didn¹t work, the second instance was ignored. I probably did that
>You can't duplicate it, you need to create your own flow under a
>name, and create a webflow in conf/flows/ that corresponds to it.
>>Is there a description on how to do it right?
>Nothing other than the brief discussions of custom flows in the
>-- Scott

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