Recently I was building a Single Sign-On feature for a client who wanted it for customers logging into their existing database (SAP). Basically, instead of giving their customers yet another username and password, Single Sign-On lets you reuse your first log in for another app. More recent versions of SAP use a standard named SAML for SSO, and there's already a Ruby gem for that. But in this case, we needed to us a different standard named SAP logon tickets. After building that integration, in my free time I repackaged it as a gem (a Ruby library) so that others can reuse my code later if they run into the same problem.
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