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Authenticate your Integrated Application with TeamForge To help third party developers write integrated applications, CollabNet provides an SDK.
Create a Single User Account To participate in a TeamForge site, a person must have a user account on that site. TeamForge administrators can create these user accounts. This topic appli...
Create Multiple User Accounts To participate in a TeamForge site, a person must have a user account on that site. TeamForge administrators can provide access to multiple users by creating...
Edit User Accounts When a user has trouble accessing the site, you may need to reset the user's password or change the user's account status.
EventQ Architecture The TeamForge EventQ architecture aims for extensibility, fault tolerance, and scalability.
Extend TeamForge EventQ TeamForge EventQ provides a message queue (MQ) based interface for adding custom adapters and the Extensible Data Source (XDS) system for adding new product ...
Integrate or Link External Applications If your site's users need access to an application or web site that is not part of TeamForge, you can make it available by linking or integrating from within...
Integrate or Link External Applications to Projects You can make it easy for project members to use a wide variety of applications and sites from within TeamForge.
Find a User To find a user, filter the list all CollabNet TeamForge users on your site.
Install Memcached Memcached caches Subversion (SVN) authentication and authorization information and serves the mod_authnz_ctf module's authentication and authorization reques...
Integrated Application References Here is some stuff you may need to know to work with integrated applications.
Use LDAP for TeamForge User Authentication TeamForge supports integration with LDAP. Once integrated with LDAP servers, TeamForge can use LDAP credentials for user authentication.
Set up TeamForge for LDAP Authentication with Auth Manager Follow these steps to convert your TeamForge installation to authenticate against your corporate OpenLDAP server.
login-config.xml This is the sample application-policy block that you can copy into your login-config.xml file to support LDAP authentication.
TeamForge Binary Integration Overview An important aspect of the end-to-end development lifecycle is the creation and storage of software packages that are often binary artifacts. In the Java wor...
Manage Email Settings These are additional details you can follow while configuring your email settings.
Installation Requirements Here's what it takes to install and run TeamForge, EventQ and other integrations supported by TeamForge.
Use Both SAML and LDAP for TeamForge User Authentication By setting up the SAML+LDAP IdP, TeamForge users can reap the benefits of both SAML and LDAP authentication mechanisms in a unified manner. With SAML+LDAP au...
Use SAML for TeamForge User Authentication SAML is an XML-based open standard developed by OASIS Security Services Technical Committee. It defines a framework to perform web browser SSO using secure t...
Configure Your Site's Settings Use the Configure Application tool to define your site level TeamForge settings.
Use OAuth 2.0 for TeamForge User Authentication With the new TeamForge Identity Management built on OpenID Connect (OIDC) and OAuth 2.0 authorization frameworks, TeamForge can now act as an ID Provider (Id...
TeamForge SOAP API Reference TeamForge provides a SOAP service for each tool in the application.