In response to a post that I had written before on how to install OpenDJ and OpenAM I had someone remind me that I never came back and wrote the follow on post (which I had promised to do). They posted the question to my other blog site (which I have since migrated over to this site). I am going to answer the question here as this is the only blog that I am presently maintaining.
Can you paste me the link which talks about next part of the installation.
1. Configure OpenAM to look to OpenDJ for users
2. Install a Web agent
3. Create an Access Policy to protect a web application.
I often say that I am successful by “standing on the shoulders of giants”. There is so much great “how to” content on the ForgeRock Community wiki site and that is where I turn to when I am looking for help or advice on OpenAM, OpenDJ and OpenIDM. Take a look at the section, “OpenAM: How do I?”. There are a number of “how-to” articles that are literally step by step with screen shots.
The link for the article that specifically talks about how to configure OpenAM to protect a web application can be found here: Add Authentication to a Website using OpenAM.
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