Welcome to the Auto Sign On for Blackboard Learn 9.1+ Project
Project at a glance:
Blackboard Learn 9.1
Stable v1.0 (latest release v1.0.5)
Tested on 9.1 SP10 (v1.0.5 released 03/05/2013)
v1.1 Beta available for testing (05/03/2013).
Java and JSP
No intention of backporting to pre 9.1 versions - contributions for pre 9.1 versions will be accepted to the project.
This project provides SSO between a trusted service and Learn.
The source is contained in the (v1.1) war file.
Version 1.1 has undergone extensive commercial level testing and every effort has been made to address stability issues. As with all software there may be some unique circumstances which this testing may not have covered. Please use the available bug tracking tools to report issues. Also please submit feature and support requests via the tracker.
|AutoSignOn Authentication Provider
I just realized that Wiley Fuller posted a beta release of AutoSignOn in June. This release is deployed as a Learn Authentication provider - implemented and managed through the Authentication Framework, supporting multiple configurations simultaneously. (Thanks Wiley!)
|New release of the AutoSignOn Building Block
A new release of the AutoSignOn Building Block is now available. Changes: Per beta feedback course availability to impact Students only, adjusted license (now BSD) to align with original Blackboard license, added source to war file.
|9.1 SP12 Alert
Please be aware that the current available version of the AutoSignOn Building Block is not compatible with 9.1 SP12. Rest assured we are working on a new version - infact it is available for testing. If you have a test server and are interested please Download the beta and provide feedback.
Expectation is that testing will be completed in the next week or so.
|New Release of AutoSignOn
A new release of the AutoSignOn Building Block is now available. Added proper handling for when end_date is not set on the course and added a bypass of "course not started" and "course over" pages as appropriate when course is accessed by the instructor.
|New release of AutoSignOn
A new release of the AutoSignOn Building Block is now available. It includes two changes which add support for timestamps in seconds (or milliseconds) and user IDs as usernames (or Batch Uid).