I don't know anything about Azure SSO and the documentation is sparse.
It's based on a federation like SAML, but according to  it has not been
tested with SAML.
If it was you could have used Shibboleth. You could try at your own risk (spend money for nothing), nothing is guaranteed. It seems only commercial
products have been tested.
So I have no ideas about it and that's all I can say.
This said how do you call OFBiz? If you use simple URLs you could use a
degraded mode where you send the parameters in the URL like:
Of course it's not recommended because unsafe (can be intercept by a Man in the
Middle). But if your are in a safe network, why not?
Le 23/03/2020 à 11:14, vipin nirwal a écrit :
I have to integrate ofbiz with Azure Active Directory SSO.
Requirement: I have a portal for users which is integrated with Azure SSO.
When a call is being made to ofbiz from my portal, then i do not want to
pass ofbiz username/password in that call, even i want to use the SSO only. Is
there a tighter integration that ofbiz can have with an SSO so that a user
may get authenticated directly without using an ofbiz user?
Please let me know , how can i achieve this?
Thank you in advance.