Borresen, John - 0442 - MITLL wrote:
There is a new project; a group that I support will be using OpenAM to
manage single sign-on (SSO).
The environment is outward facing, where multiple entities (outside users)
will log on to a web portal via openam/opensso. The OpenAM will query the
OpenLDAP (currently it is an embedded OpenDJ implementation) for user
Based on their user credentials they will, hopefully, be forwarded to either
a Production, Development or a Demonstration environment. The group wants
to migrate to OpenLDAP as OpenDJ is 1) not friendly 2) very slow.
I've been looking around at the OpenAM/OpenDJ configuration and most of the
schemas are specifically legacy Sun Microsystems & Java specific.
Basically, the OpenLDAP will be the User-store for OpenAM.
1) Should I migrate those schemas and everything else currently in OpenDJ
over to OpenLDAP and import them?
2) What is the recommended methodology that I should follow to best
implement the above scenario?
Page 200 of the Packt book on OpenAM shows the steps needed to work with OpenLDAP.
Any pointers are much appreciated.
John D. Borresen (Dave)
Linux/Unix Systems Administrator
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Surveillance Systems Group
244 Wood St
Lexington, MA 02420
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CTO, Symas Corp. http://www.symas.com
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