Galen Kamari wrote:
It's how the log-in page will look for single sign-on server authentication. However, the demo was running on an internal test server, as I recall (I've been asleep a few times since then), so the SSO implementation there would be unlikely to have access to the live user credential database. That is, you won't be able to log in yet. Keep in mind that this a preview: the API isn't live yet, but what was demonstrated will be the first feature available for trials. For now, the sample code will just have to do for an idea of the processes (and the documentation that Zero Gravitas linked) until it's opened at closed beta.