Custom Policy Set name and the J2EE agent.

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     bertalanvoros
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    Hello All,

    When using a custom Policy Set (not iPlanetAMWebAgentService), where should that be set in the J2EE agent configuration?

    I created a policy set, called it something like “MyPolicySet” and updated the agent config in the following places.

    Agent config -> openAM Services -> Policy Client Service
    Application: MyPolicySet
    Policy Client Boolean Action Values: MyPolicySet|GET|allow|deny:MyPolicySet|POST|allow|deny:MyPolicySet|PUT|allow|deny:MyPolicySet|DELETE|allow|deny:MyPolicySet|HEAD|allow|deny:MyPolicySet|OPTIONS|allow|deny:MyPolicySet|PATCH|allow|deny

    Policy Client Resource Comparators: serviceType=MyPolicySet|class=com.sun.identity.policy.plugins.HttpURLResourceName|wildcard=*|delimiter=/|caseSensitive=false

    It appeared to be working apart from the odd 403 here and there which I finally managed to trace back to the J2EE agent.

    I then tried creating another policy identical to the one with the custom name using the default name and now everything is working as expected.

    Am I doing it wrong?
    Is there anywhere else where the policy set name has to be updated in the J2EE agent?

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