User Management

Usually, a central user management like a Single-Sign-On (SSO) is a part deployed into the process application landscape. This is responsible for authentication and authorization of the user and is required to control the role-based access to user tasks.

In our example application, we disable any security checks to avoid the unneeded complexity. In doing so, we implemented a trivial user store holding some pre-defined users used in example components and allow to simply switch users from the frontend by choosing a different user from the drop-down list.

It is integrated with the example frontends by passing around the user id along with the requests and provide a way to resolve the user by that id. Technically speaking, the user id can be used to retrieve the permissions of the user and check them in the backend.


Last update: July 5, 2021