I dont know if this is the right place to ask. But i didnt want to open a ticket for now.
I have been using Piwik for half a year now (Version 0.5 to 1.0). A great project so far style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/smile.gif
I am working with a company which is tracking websites with several thousend visitors a day. But we kind of have a problem. We might need another authentication method like SSO.
I already did some research. I found the LDAP-third-party plugin. I also changed and tested the plugin. Also did some coding for test purposes. But it has 2 mayor flaws:
1.) It is not useable with the newest version (Not without some modifications)
2.) The way it works is not a real authentication. If it finds a user with LDAP it just copies the user into the piwik database. But it can not copy any changes in LDAP like deleting a user in the LDAP tree once a user is copied to piwik. Biggest problem: All the information is saved twice and the real authentication is still done by piwik.
Sadly that plugin is NOT useable even with adjusting the plugin to the newest version.
So my question is: Will there be a SSO-plugin or something like that any time soon? Something that will allow us to authenticate users differently?
Thanks in advance,