November 13, 2017 at 4:47 pm #19569KortanulParticipant
@peter-major: to avoid any ambiguity, I want to confirm the following:
Per the terms of the CDDL, all source code for AM 13.5 that has been obtained from FR backstage and carries a CDDL header can be:
- Built from source
- Publicly shared (in source form)
- Publicly shared (in binary form)
Again, to clarify, we understand that the binaries that are produced by ForgeRock and provided on FR backstage require a commercial license.
We are merely verifying that source code that: 1) has been made available to a subscriber through FR backstage, and that 2) prominently carries a CDDL header in the ZIP file from FR is 100% subject to the CDDL and is therefore not subject to any restrictions from the FR commercial license.March 19, 2018 at 10:26 pm #21239squadriParticipant
Is there way to customize the search filter that OpenAM uses to lookup users in LDAP user store?
I currently have a requirement to migrate users from CA directory to OpenDJ. The CA directory has attribute values with prefix ex uid=USABC:[email protected] These accounts are migrated into OpenDJ as uid=USABC:[email protected] OpenAM uses OpenDJ as the user store.
The existing clients send username as [email protected] and the current SSO tool that openAM is replacing, appends this prefix value before querying LDAP…it converts the searchfilter to uid=USABC:[email protected]
Is there a way for OpenAM as well to accept username as [email protected] but query LDAP as uid=USABC:[email protected]
We tried using the “uid<=” operator in the search field that returns duplicate values if there are two users have similar UID.
The other option we are looking at is create a separate attribute, but not sure if there is easy way to do that.May 30, 2018 at 10:28 am #21946NKRParticipant
I would like to build OpenAM 13, Please advise from where I can download the OpenAM 13 Source code.
Thanks,June 4, 2018 at 1:07 am #21981KortanulParticipantDecember 10, 2019 at 5:47 am #27235CemilBParticipant
Is there a community edition of OpenDJ? If yes, how can I download it?
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