CA SSO Integration with CA SSO 12.8 and CA APM 10.5.1

Document ID : KB000102360
Last Modified Date : 19/06/2018
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Introduction:

Single sign-on (SSO) lets the user log in once to access multiple applications that would otherwise require a separate login.

 If the browser accepts cookies, SSO automatically takes place when a user logs in to Introscope. The user can navigate between CA APM web applications without having to log in to each one and be re-authenticated. If the browser does not accept cookies, SSO cannot take place. The user has to log in separately to each CA APM application.

These Introscope web applications support SSO:

The Introscope Workstation (thick client) does not support SSO.

Question:
Before proceeding, I would like to know if there are any known issues with the integration between versions CA SSO 12.8 and CA APM 10.5.1.
Do we need to patch APM 10.5.1 for any known issues?
Environment:
CA APM 10.5.1
CA SSO 12.8
Answer:
No known issues nor problems are reported using CA Single Sign On 12.8 for Introscope Security

Important Note: CA SSO 12.8 is not supported for Siteminder Data Monitor using CA APM for SSO 13.1.
Additional Information:
https://docops.ca.com/ca-apm/10-5/en/administrating/apm-security/securing-introscope/about-introscope-single-sign-on-sso