Single Sign On Permitting White Space

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  1. nsepetys, Member

    Hello myDBR Representative,

    How are you doing? It appears that for our particular authentication using SSO it is permitting users to add spaces (before or after), to their usernames, to pass the authentication process. I don't have any issues with allowing this but it appears that the statistics table is getting the initial values used for the login (with the spaces) instead of the final username used to validate the SSO. I can trim the usernames for now but it would be great if we could see the final values (post-whitespace cleanup) in the statistics table.


  2. myDBR Team, Key Master

    the login validation in Single Sign-On protocol is done in your code. myDBR uses the username already accepted (spaces or not). Why not just strip the extra whitespaces from the username before sending it to myDBR?

    myDBR Team


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