kandi X-RAY | openam Summary
kandi X-RAY | openam Summary
OpenAM is an "all-in-one" access management solution that provides Authentication, Authorization, Entitlement and Federation features.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Extract process request .
- Create the SAML response .
- Process auth xml request .
- Create a FSAert assertion
- Process response .
- Process logout request .
- Forward to the current request
- Recursively walk the node .
- Handles remote remote name registration .
- Process the preAuthnSSO request .
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I'm trying to comment a section at web.xml inside openAM using only
perl -pi (the only tools available to me).
So, Ill copy here:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-30 at 21:07
You should use XML-aware tools to process XML. You mention Perl, there are several XML-handling modules available.
But, if you insist, try the following at your own risk:
Some time ago I implemented a CustomCharacterEscapeHandler and it worked fine up-to Wildfly-18.0.1. Now when updating to Wildfly 19 or higher I get the following exception:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-16 at 16:35
I found two working solutions:
- Adding a startup property to the wildfly startscript
- Aligning the JAXB libraries of my application with the wildfly JAXB libs
Background and some details for the 2nd solution:
The JAXB used in wildfly 19 has been updated (cp. 1,2). Since nothing worked I started debugging it. First the working version on wildfly 18 and then the non working version. The corresponding code is :
I'm trying to integrate OpenAM Saml SSO to my .net 5 application. ITfoxtec.Saml2 is used to handle the authentication on the SP. When trying to login, a valid post samlResponse is send. But when validating the response, I get following exception....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-26 at 09:03
The ITfoxtec Identity Saml2 package do not read the IdP signing certificate in the
EntityDescriptor/KeyDescriptor element, the element is not supported.
The IdP certificate is read in the
Valid IdP metadata sample for the TestIdPCore sample:
I am learning the OAuth2 authorization code flow.
- I have my own
Authorization Server(AS) which is OpenAM 7.1.
Clientis a simple Spring-Boot web application with a static HTML page, I use Spring-Security to protect the HTML page and control the Oauth2 flow.
I think that my Authorization Server configuration is correct because AS produces the
access_token at the end when I simulate the communication with CURL.
But somehow Spring-Security does not want to accept the issued and validated access token. So I think that my Spring-Security configuration is not correct.
I tried to configure Spring-Security in many different ways, but unfortunately, none of them was working. Maybe I need to implement the steps that I execute with CURL with Spring-Security, but maybe I just missed a configuration line.
This is the last step of my CURL chain where AS gives me the access token (exchange the authorization code for an access token):...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-01 at 08:00
I notice two issues in the code you have shared.
The first is that you may be confusing an OAuth 2.0 resource server and an OAuth 2.0 client.
The application running on web.example.com:8444 is configured as an OAuth 2.0 client.
However, you are making a request to web.example.com:8444, providing a bearer token and asking for a resource.
The client will not validate the bearer token. In this scenario it seems like you are treating the application as if it were a resource server.
If you are looking to create a resource server application, you can see the full documentation in the Spring Security reference.
The second issue is the behaviour you described when accessing the client in the browser.
The problem here is customising
When doing this you override the default redirect URI, which is
This URI is special because it prompts the
OAuth2LoginAuthenticationFilter to process the request, attempt to authenticate the user and create the
When you customise redirect URI, the
OAuth2LoginAuthenticationFilter is not invoked and the application does not know if the user is authenticated.
I am executing a chain of
- I need to echo the command before the execution.
- Execute the command and save the result to a bash variable.
- Get values from the result of the execution and execute the next curl with that values.
This is how it looks like:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-24 at 19:42
OUT=$(eval $CMD) will do what you want.
The program goes through the days and prints the opening and closing hours for each day. On saturday the situation is different, there is no PM times. So by using
?? I thought the program could switch to the second sentence as on Saturday
undefined,but it does not work.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-29 at 08:55
Your first template string cannot be
null thus your nullish operator can never be in action. So in your case, you probably don't want to use
?? but the ternary operator
? : to decide which string template to output
I have a table where it holds some duplicate entries, I would like to copy over the distinct entries to another table with out looping the data. I need to check if the distinct data exists in other table and insert what ever is missing. Here is the query I am writing, I feel like it can be implement better...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-17 at 08:02
This query should do what you want :)
I am trying to build the OpenAM from source.
My System Config : OS : elementary OS (5.1.7 Hera) Kernel : 5.4.0-74-generic Java: java-15 (JAVA_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/java-15-oracle) Apache Maven 3.6.0
I cloned the repository and run the command
mvn install -f OpenAM. While building I first got the error
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-06 at 10:32
Ok. Finally solved. Java 8 is required.
My problem is that I want to configure Openam so that it returns a JWT-token when I use The simplest user name / password authentication. By default, it returns tokenId. But in my case, I need only JWT-token. I am using this endpoint for authentication: http://openam-01.domain.com:8080/openam/json/authenticate.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-31 at 16:51
OpenAM only issues a JWT when you are using 'stateless' / client based SSO session. If you need a standardised JWT, then you need to configure OpenAM as OIDC provider.
Question: How to create a web policy agent in OpenAM given that the server URL, which OpenAM runs on, has a not fully qualified hostname?
Initial situation: For a Prove of concept (POC), I emulate a server structure using docker. I have an apache webserver as a resource server (docker container), an OpenAM docker container for the access management, and a flask web app running in a third container as the client. I configured OpenAM via the GUI. Sofar my flask app can authenticate, request, and retrieve access tokens using simple requests as specified here. However now I also want to protect the apache resource server. For the start without flask and simply by installing an OpenAM Web Policy Agent on the apache webserver and configuring a web policy agent profile in OpenAM following this official ForgeRock guide.
When configuring the agent profile in OpenAM using the GUI the OpenAM container's domain name
http://openam:8080/openam is not accepted as a valid server URL.
If I use instead e.g.
http://openam.local:8080/openam the error does not show.
What I tried so far:
- I added an Nginx container that functions as a reverse proxy and used it to change the container's hostnames to
.local. Now I can reach the containers e.g. via
http://apache.local:8080. However, when I now access the OpenAM GUI using
http://openam.local:8080/openam, enter the default passwords, and press
Create Configurationthe configuration fails with the following message:
- Unable to solve the problem from (1) I figured that I recall the Nginx setup and instead try to configure the agent profile using the command line - in the hope that the above error
Hostname of server URL is not fully qualifiedis restricted to the GUI. For the setup via the command line there existed the easy command
./ssoadm create-agent ...as descript here. But
ssoadmwas deprecated in favor of
Amsterand I am unable to figure out how to configure the agent policy using
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-18 at 12:08
That's a bug in OpenAM console / service validation, it's tracked as OPENAM-16073
However these times there are some OpenAM forks. I would encourage those people to rename their product / project as it's quite confusing.
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