Hello guys! I’m presently working on integrating Discourse with our site as an inward dialog board for senior clients of the framework. We are clearly utilizing the SSO include for this, and that bit is working fine and dandy.
One of the necessities of this combination is that we have to actualize a short session timeout to coordinate the primary site. As of now I have the most extreme session length set to Discourse’s base of 60 minutes. It appears as though setting this does work and the session expires, be that as it may, the manner in which this collaborates with the SSO highlight is by all accounts somewhat broken – on the off chance that I leave my program tab inert for over 60 minutes, returning and tapping on any of the connections, (for example, “Best” or “Most recent”) results in a system mistake:
while endeavoring to stack/latest.json?order=default
That forum_signon URL is the SSO endpoint. It would seem that what Discourse is doing is reacting to the AJAX ask for/latest.json with a 302 divert to the SSO URL, which at that point comes up short in light of the fact that the SSO supplier doesn’t permit the CORS ask. Truth be told by the Network board the solicitations go/latest.json →/session/sso → https://domyhomeworkonline.net/do-my-management-homework.php
Note that I did likewise take a stab at adjusting the SSO supplier to set an Access-Control-Allow-Origin header, yet this didn’t appear to help either.