Chapter 20. Authenticating third-party clients through RH-SSO
To use the different remote services provided by Business Central or by KIE Server, your client, such as curl, wget, web browser, or a custom REST client, must authenticate through the RH-SSO server and have a valid token to perform the requests. To use the remote services, the authenticated user must have the following roles:
rest-allfor using Business Central remote services.
kie-serverfor using the KIE Server remote services.
Use the RH-SSO Admin Console to create these roles and assign them to the users that will consume the remote services.
Your client can authenticate through RH-SSO using one of these options:
- Basic authentication, if it is supported by the client
- Token-based authentication
20.1. Basic authentication
If you enabled basic authentication in the RH-SSO client adapter configuration for both Business Central and KIE Server, you can avoid the token grant and refresh calls and call the services as shown in the following examples:
For web based remote repositories endpoint:
For KIE Server: