Technical Integrations & FAQs

  • Integration - User Access through Single Sign On (SSO)

    Single Sign On can be established so that faculty and staff can access AMS by using their Institutional Username and Password. This is helpful so that faculty and staff do not need to manage a set of login credentials distinctly for AMS.AMS supports the following types of Single Sign On protocols: SAML, Shibboleth, Google Apps, CAS. These will be configured with the ai...

  • Internal Multiple Sessions Waiver

    You have requested an exception to be made to allow multiple simultaneous “sessions” or “logins” for the account (xxxxname of accountxxxx) with (xxxxusernamexxxx). In granting the ability to have multiple sessions, Watermark requires that you confirm your understanding that there is a possibility that you may inadvertently overwrite saved work. This situation happens w...

  • Integration - SAML 2.0 (SSO)

    Overview: These directions show how to configure SAML settings for single sign-on from your institution's identity provider to Taskstream.  Attached are also some SAML configuration samples on the identity provider side, like ADFS 2.0 and Stoneware. Directions: Step 1: Obtain an authentication certificate from your identity provider (CER file).Step 2: Login to Taskstrea...