I recently wrote a few scripts to test OpenAM REST and OAuth 2.0 endpoints, in a somewhat usual environment where OpenAM is hidden behind a reverse proxy where an OpenAM agent enforces some URL policies. Some details are worth noticing so I decided to start this article …
I participated in an interesting thread today, on the OpenAM mailing list. It was about setting up an OpenAM site when the OpenAM servers are already configured and independant, but not sharing anything (that is no common session or configuration store between the servers).
I recently had to migrate an OpenIDM 2.1 projet to version 3.0. I mostly worked on pre-released 3.0 versions, and it was the opportunity for some documentation and bug reports.
Both OpenIDM 2.1 and 3.0 have an internal component used to monitor the OpenIDM health status. Unfortunately, this component currently does not monitor the connectors.
Here’s a simple Shell script to backup an OpenAM server. Feel free to customize it, for example if you use an external configuration store.
This script will: