June 21, 2018 at 9:11 pm #22361voxtelParticipant
I would like to develop an SAML2 application that will connect to ForgeRock federation identities, however I am a PHP developer, not a system admin or Java developer.
I have already lost a full week trying to get a sandbox working with an AM or OpenAM so I could start coding my PHP platform that would connect on mock services. The obsolete documentation, the fact that so many details on a server can make tutorials fail, the complicated installation process and the endless pages of documentation are making this nearly impossible for me.
I have searched so much on Google for the multitudes of problems I had and spent so much time analyzing error logs that I’m not sure anymore if I’ll ever have time to start coding what I actually need to do.
So my question is: There has to be an easier way to do this? To anyone who wrote code that would connect to ForgeRock services, how did you do it? Is there a way to achieve this without having to learn/install/configure a full ForgeRock Environment that I will just end up deleting once everything works and I can just connect to production servers’ federated identities?
It feel like right now I just want to build a cup holder for a car, but I have to build a whole car, just to try the cup holder.. A car I don’t need.
Thanks to allJune 23, 2018 at 11:00 pm #22380david.bateParticipant
Sorry you are having such difficulties. These Videos might be of help?
DavidJuly 3, 2018 at 10:14 pm #22449voxtelParticipant
Oops, sorry, missed that answer! Email notifications are not being sent for some reason.
I managed to make it work, but your videos did help a bit to understand more thoroughly, thanks!December 16, 2018 at 5:19 pm #24271
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