Configuring general settings for a realm
When you are in the process of adding a realm for any authentication type, the first thing you need to do is to configure the general details of a realm.
The following table describes realm settings on the General tab that you need to configure:
Enter a realm name. The value that you enter must satisfy the following requirements:
Enter comma-separated domain names of applications integrated with Remedy SSO. Each value in the application domain is a host of an application URL of a tenant. For example, if the URL for the Mid Tier application is, the host will be tenant1.midtier.company.com.
Ensure that all applications of a tenant have a corresponding value in the application domain string. For example, consider that you created realm1 for a tenant that has two applications with the following URLs:
In this scenario, for realm1, the application domain value will be a comma-separated string of tenant1.midtier.company.com and tenant1.dwp.company.com.
You can define the application domain by using one of the following patterns:
<hostname>.calbro.bmc.com is a fully qualified domain name.
calbro is a subdomain of bmc.com
bmc is a subdomain of com
com is the parent domain.
Enter a tenant name of the integrated applications.
Note: You can associate a realm with only one application tenant.
After Logout URL
Enter the URL to which a user is redirected after the user logs out from Remedy SSO.
Single Log Out
Select this check box to enable the single logout option for end users.
When the single logout experience is enabled, if an end user clicks the logout URL in one application, the user is automatically logged out from the Remedy SSO server and, as a result, from all applications belonging to his realm.
When the single logout experience is disabled, if an end user clicks the logout URL in one application, the user is still logged in to Remedy SSO server if the user is simultaneously logged in to at least one application.
For more information about the logout experience for end users, see Logon and logoff experience for end users.
For security reasons, you might need to configure the number of active sessions or simultaneous logins for a particular realm. You can also decide whether to invalidate an older session or not allow the user to log in to a new session and display an error message.
In this field, you can enter the number of active sessions or simultaneous logins for a particular user.
Enter one of the following values:
Note: If you select the Automatically invalidate oldest session on reaching quota checkbox, and if a user exceeds the number of logins, the user can log in, but will get logged out from the oldest session. If you do not select this option, the user cannot log in to any session beyond the entered value and the following error message is displayed: