Authentication Type PVP (Portalverbundprotokoll)

Using Authentication Type PVP (Portalverbundprotokoll) it is possible to check user login using Austrian Portalverbundprotokoll implementation standard.


Recommended scenarios for this authentication type are:

implementing Portalverbundprotokoll level single sign on with centralized role administration. Roles get assigned by assigning users to groups (group members) in the central LDAP system. Specify role definitions in WebOffice usermanagement rights repository and map the role definitions from rights repository to user groups in LDAP system. No user account information is needed at all in the WebOffice usermanagement rights repository.


Authentication type Portalverbundprotokoll configuration

Authentication type Portalverbundprotokoll configuration




Guest user (anonymous)

Provide the login of the user who is allowed to start a project session without login dialog (Call with a user parameter).

For example: http://<myserver>:<port>/WebOffice/synserver?project=MyProject&user=guest

User attribute

User attribute in HTTP header.

Roles attribute

Roles attribute in HTTP header.

Associated User attribute

user attribute for associated services.

Associated password attribute

user password attribute for associated services.

Primarykey attribute

You can use your own primary key for saving profiles, geo bookmarks etc.


URL of portal login page.

Portal Logout

Portal Logout Page.

Use user roles only?

Use role based information from authentication system. No storage and maintenance of user objects in the user management database is necessary then.

Use both the PVP groups and UM-DB groups?

Use not only the PVP groups but the groups configured in the user management database too. Applicable only when the Use user roles only? attribute is set to true.

Use fallback authentication type UM-DB?

Use fallback authentication type user management database

Authentication type Portalverbundprotokoll configuration