As Paul mentioned: Identity Providers and Security Levels configuration pages in the Gateway Web Interface were introduced in the last nightly build.
If you already have users and roles set up you should be able to do the following to get authentication working in your perspective project:
- Create a new Ignition type Identity Provider in the Gateway Config section and assign it the user source you are using
- Assuming you want to force all users to login to your perspective project:
- In the designer, open the project you want to protect with authentication. Go to the Project -> Properties Menu. In the Perspective section on the left hand side, you will see a drop down to select the Identity Provider you just created. Choose it.
- In the checkbox tree below the Identity Provider dropdown, choose the “Authenticated” security level
- Click Ok to apply and close the Project Properties pop up
- Save your project to push the changes to the gateway
- Now users must login to access the perspective project
Now as far as roles go:
In the security levels section of the Gateway Web Interface, under the Public -> Authenticated -> Roles node, create a new node for each role you created with the same name as that role and Save.
Now back to the designer - for the project, you can further protect access to starting a session by selecting the appropriate role(s) in the checkbox tree in Project -> Properties. Don’t forget the two radio options below the checkbox tree - those dictate how the security levels are evaluated (all selected levels must be present vs. just one of).
Perspective projects can have permissions set on each view as well as Gateway-scoped actions (such as a script action).