In my application, users can log-in in various ways...

  • SSO: WAF via Tomcat valve
  • SSO: IIS integration
  • directly on the portal's login page (only for test/development systems)

Now I have the challenge to create a mechanism that can log last successful login of a user and write this information to my application DB or to the user in Ivy system DB.

Which options do I have to do this?

asked 02.07 at 02:46

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Hi Timo

For your information there is an open feature request (XIVY-1576) that Axon.ivy should do this automatically. However, until this is implemented you can do the following: Implement a class that implements the non public API Interface: ch.ivyteam.ivy.security.ISessionExtension Register your class with the ivy security manager during startup:

DiCore.getGlobalInjector(ISecurityManager.class).addSessionExtension(myExtension);

More details see here: https://answers.axonivy.com/questions/1359/detect-a-user-session-is-closing-because-of-timeout

Regards

Reto Weiss, Axon.ivy Support

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answered 02.07 at 07:46

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