Azure AD integration with SharePoint Server

Applies to version 2017.1.x.x; author: Mateusz Syrek SharePoint server allows authenticating users based on Claims add-on. It also allows authenticating users based on different authentication providers which you trust but are managed externally. This article describes external provider configuration which will be Azure Active Directory from SharePoint Server 2019 (it is an analogous configuration for […]

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Implementation handbook – Application configuration compatible with DEV/TEST/PROD

Applies to version 2019.1.x; Authors: Kamil Nędza and Mariusz Burek Introduction DEV/TEST/PROD is based on separating the infrastructure into three environments: Developer (DEV) – environment dedicated to developing business applications, testing configurations, and functionalities. Testing (TEST) – environment dedicated to verifying the application by Business or IT departments. This environment allows testing if the application […]

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WEBCON BPS 2019 – Changes to privilege settings

Applies to version 2019.1.x; Author: Martyna Krzyżak WEBCON BPS 2019 introduces changes in privileges – especially in the presentation layer. Managing all privileges is done in one place – in WEBCON BPS Designer Studio. Privilege levels First, let’s define two main privilege levels: – Access to Portal/presentation layer/configuration, – Data access. The first privilege level […]

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WEBCON BPS 2019 – Migrating to version 2019.1

Applies to version 2019.1.x; Author: Wojciech Mleczko   1. Preparing the testing environment Preparing SharePoint environment SharePoint installation on new machine Connecting SharePoint production database copy After connecting the database we obtain SharePoint contents which mirror the production environment. Content of SharePoint groups, libraries and websites will be identical. However, it is required to verify […]

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Publishing WEBCON BPS in Office 365 using Azure AD Application Proxy

Applies to version 2017.1.3.x; Author: Paweł Jawień Since the release of Office 365, many companies changed their IT environments from typical ‘on premises’ environments (where all IT systems were localized in their owner’s server rooms) into hybrid environments. The difference is that now part of the services work based on local infrastructure and the other […]

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