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I have a customer who are thinking of incorporating Qlikview into their web-portal, just as an add-on feature to the other web-pages on their portal.
Users are logging in to the web-portal.
The eveery user belongs to a company that have bought access to this web-portal.
It will be an extranet-solution.
The web-portal is deployed on a Linux-system.
Qlikview has to be on a Windows-machine. The Qlikview-licenses are limited to a number of sessions.
There will be one Qlikview-document which is reduced on the different companies. The users must only see their company's Qlikview-app (reduced from the big one).
The usernames and pwd (hashed) are stored in the DB (MySQL).
When users are logged in they get a session-ID valid for a limited time.
It is a requirement that when the users are logged in to the portal they shall be able to open their Qlikview-app without logging in again.
How do I ensure single-sign-on in this case?