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Get Real-Time Control to write to custom database from "domcfg.nsf"

* When the user tries to log into a custom login form and fails or successfully logs in, need to have control of execution of the session to write out to a custom database that information.


e.g. https://dominoservername.com/names.nsf?Login

*Like: When accessing the "names.nsf" in web browser the user is prompted with login credentials that was mapped from "domcfg.nsf", any agents created in "domcfg.nsf" is not being triggered from the "names.nsf" login page.


  • Guest
  • Apr 28 2021
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  • Guest commented
    18 Aug 02:25pm

    Are you looking for example to track authentications?

    Or track failed authentications?

    Both

  • Guest commented
    10 May 05:56pm

    I MUST be able to provide Audit/Security a list of EVERY successful and failed attempt to logon to the server. I must be able to supply:

    • Userid used

    • Success or Failure

    • Date/Time


    The data must be available real-time.


  • Guest commented
    10 May 05:54pm

    Hi Dan,


    Yes, I am looking to track successful and failed authentications. Based from the fields provided in the web form and the access to the server, I should be able to get the username and record the authentication either a failed or a successful one in a separate database.


    Example:

    Username: Test User1

    Password: passxxxxxxxxxxxxxxrd

    Test User1 logs in with the following credentials, then,


    When a failed login occurs, the message: "Error login for Test User1, username and password does not match" or "Error login for Test User1, username does not exist" and this will be recorded in let say "AuthenticationLogs.nsf" or could be another view in "logs.nsf".


    For successful login, the message: "Successful login for Test User1" and will be recorded in the same "AuthenticationLogs.nsf" or could be another view in "logs.nsf".


    Thank you.

  • Guest commented
    5 May 09:15pm

    can you provide the exact use case behind this capturing?

    maybe this makes it easier for Thomas to figure out into which type of feature this could map.


    Are you looking for example to track authentications?

    Or track failed authentications?


    This is the kind of informaiton product managment need to understand your requirement and map it to something other customers might need as well.


    domcfg and the login dialog are special and don't work in the same way other forms work.

    It has more tight integration into the HTTP task in the back-end.


    [ Daniel Nashed / HCL Lifetime Ambassador ]


  • Guest commented
    29 Apr 12:07pm

    Hi Thomas,

    Yes, I am trying to capture the login events from the custom login form. Thanks.

  • Admin
    Thomas Hampel commented
    29 Apr 05:37am
    What would you like to do? It seems like you try to capture login events?