OpenAM JEE Policy Agents 3.5 & 5.x

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  • #26583
     BassemMahmoud 
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    why ForgRock will stop supporting OpenAM JEE Policy Agents(3.5)
    https://backstage.forgerock.com/docs/openam-jee-policy-agents/3.5/jee-users-guide/

    and the newer versions from Java Agents 5.x only support AM 5.5 and later. and Not Support openAM
    https://backstage.forgerock.com/docs/openam-jee-policy-agents/5/java-agents-rnotes/

    #26587
     BassemMahmoud 
    Participant

    If I used openAM with JEE Policy Agents(3.5) is this will be a bad decision because I will be stuck with this version from openAM and JEE agent?

    Also is openAM product differ from AM product? 1.which one I can use it in a production environment? 2. which one is free and opensource?

    #26594
     Peter Major 
    Moderator

    1) strictly speaking you can use both of them in production environment, but if you use OpenAM, you would be using a really outdated product with potential security issues. If you were to use AM on the other hand you would need to obtain a subscription with ForgeRock.
    2) OpenAM is free and open source, but it has not received any updates for a couple of years now. The AM product is commercially available and is kept up to date.

    #27054
     BassemMahmoud 
    Participant

    thanks @peter-major

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