May 8, 2018 at 11:38 am #21792jmoultParticipant
I’m Jeremy and I work for a Global Payroll Provider. We are looking at using Forgerock for our SSO/IM solution.
So far its looking great, but we are hitting up against some questions so I hope you guys out there can help.
I feel my first real post coming on…
May 28, 2018 at 10:48 am #21930reyes.mark07Participant
- This reply was modified 3 months, 1 week ago by jmoult.
Hi, I am new to OpenAM. I have installed a J2EE agent in my app hosted in glassfish 3.1 (https://app.domain.com:port/app). The openam server is running on https://openam.domain.com:port/openam. I have already created a policy and agent profile for the installed agent. However, I am not redirected to openam’s login page whenever I access https://app.domain.com:port/app. Then I opened a new window and logged in to openam console. I tried to reload https://app.domain.com:port/app from the other window and found the session cookie from openam. How is that possible that I can access the app (on my first attempt, i.e., before logging in to openam console) without the session cookie? By the way, during installation, I have encountered an error (WARNING: Generic failure from OpenAM server, return code: 501!) during agent installation after entering the password file’s path. I’m using OpenAM version 13. Thank you.June 7, 2018 at 1:40 pm #22248GSinghaParticipant
I am Gadadhar, we are going to use FrogeRock to implement SSO for our ASP.NET Web API(owin hosted). Currently we are using PingFederate. Now I am looking for any stater seed or any sample or any doc from where I can start learning and implement SSO using ForgeRock.
Thank you!June 18, 2018 at 7:01 pm #22325NaturalBornCamperParticipant
My name is Marco, I’m a world traveler/software engineer who is just about to get started with ForgeRock. When last week the client I worked for told me they needed ForgeRock for a submission, I had never heard the word, neither did anyone in the company. I had to learn everything from nothing and I did so much reading, wikipedia-ing, watching YouTube videos.
I now have a clearer idea of what is all this and how it works, plus a better idea where to start to develop our PHP client that will connect to the client’s federated identity (But I have to manage to install a sandbox version on our own server before haha).
I have been working for about 10 years since I finished university, I play Ukulele in my spare time, have my own travel video blog (not for money, just friends and family) and I like my freedom :)
Signed up on the forums here as I have a feeling I will be digging for answers in previous posts a lot here in the following week.
Rise And Shine all!July 18, 2018 at 3:04 pm #22566cbontempsParticipant
Hi I am Colin,
I am an IT professional, working in the field of identity and access management for 7 years. I have previous experience with Forgerock OpenAM but for now my focus is more on Forgerock IM / OpenIDM. I am working on a large scale setup of IDM for a French public establishment. Beside the commercial support I feel some more technical answers may also be found on the forums :-). Who knows I may also be able to contribute to this forum one day.
Have a nice day,
ColinJuly 30, 2018 at 8:25 am #22617ITJobZoneParticipantAugust 1, 2018 at 3:41 pm #22654DustyParticipant
My name Dusty Saman. I work for Spencer. We are located in Antwerpen, Belgium. Spencer is a product/integration company. It is also the name of our product. Spencer is an office assistant which helps the employee with all his/her HR related tasks. We need to integrate into numerous third-party systems. We use the Forgerock Suite for this. I’m responsible for the Identity and Access management part of Spencer.
DustyAugust 3, 2018 at 4:49 am #22692lucky2018Participant
Hello, this is Tony, from Hong Kong, I am looking for some good friends here.
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