John Kaster

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Single sign-on is now live

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I mentioned single sign on for BDN and QualityCentral way back in April. We have finally made the client support for it live. Single sign-on is now implemented for ratings, comments, GetPublished, CodeCentral, EventCentral, and Pulse questions.

The latest QC windows client now provides a checkbox for selecting login from your BDN account instead of your QualityCentral account. Download it today and start using it, particularly if you have problems logging in to QualityCentral but can login to BDN without any problems.

You may also want to download the automatic updater for the Windows client from the same location as well, which will tell you whenever the client has been updated, and allow you to download and install it automatically.

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Written by John Kaster

September 28, 2005 at 3:04 pm

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  1. Hello, Sorry, I just downloaded and tested the new QC Client and found a bug when trying to get the "Newest Reports","Newest Comments", "Recently Closed", "Recently Modified" at the Query Menu, I get a ‘All Projects’ is not a Valid integer value for field ‘SORT_NO’, just for comment..

    John McLaine

    September 28, 2005 at 4:05 pm

  2. Does this also apply to the web client for CC? It annoys the hell out of me every time I need it because I have to use an ancient login for it which I always forget between usages.

    Thomas Mueller

    September 29, 2005 at 2:43 pm

  3. Doesn’t apply for web client yet. Thanks for the reminder. We’ll add a check box (defaulted to checked) for that login to use the BDN login as well.

    John Kaster

    September 29, 2005 at 7:04 pm

  4. Thomas, I just re-read your comment and noticed you said "CC" not "QC". Are you talking about CodeCentral? CodeCentral has always had single sign-on with BDN. If you switched both BDN accounts and email addresses, then you have two entries in CodeCentral and you’ll need to email me the two email addresses so I can get the data massaged.

    John Kaster

    September 29, 2005 at 10:03 pm


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