Go to the Application tab and scroll down, you will find a box called: Click the Agents link, and select the web tab. When the agent works correctly, you should be able to: Enter the Agent URL as shown below: Click Local or Centralized Default to determine where the agent properties are stored.
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The path and name of the password file: In the first point one, after I have entered credentials it is not redirecting me correct page of Lifeary. Past three weeks I am helpless to proceed on this. You first need to compile and install it.
Installing and deploying an Apache web policy agent for OpenAM – JANUA
Hi, I installed the Web Agent jee for Tomcat 7 portal. I have received the error message after i have enterted the credentials in OpenAM login page. When the agent works correctly, you should be able to: Make sure that both of them are down:.
Go to the Application tab and scroll down, you will find a box called: According to the logfile, it is called from Liferay Invoker filter.
Please anyone suggest me. Stop the apache server if it is running.
Agent seems to work correctly now. In the second point, Whetther I have done correct installation or not to protect Liferay via agent?
agemt I have attched the error message as well as the error logs from the Agent logs for your reference. Could you please me why i have received this error message even the web-content is available in Tomcat application server?
If i tried to access “http: DAUI is not needed now. Agent Profile password source: Surely something is wrong in my policy setup because if i click agent and wen SSo Enabled which disables authorisation and lets every one authenticate then Every user can connect. It is possible to fix it for amadmin, but very complicated. Hi Any answer for this?
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Categories Categories Recent Posts Statistics. You also need to have java directory in PATH:. OpenAM Agent once configured and deployed in OpenAm will allow this request to be processed successfully after authentication.
Is Liferay user got authenticated via OpenAM? Please note that you also need to copy the relevant jar files to the lib directory.
Installing and deploying an Apache web policy agent for OpenAM
It won’t work with amadmin, you need other users. To install OpenSSO agent, you need to open the web.
Here I have two questions. Just to keep things clear, important links on my environment are: NowI am accessing the URl http: Instead, it asks for parameters it needs, and creates config in the directory where setup is agebt from.
Cleaning up validation data. I also recommend to increase “Agent Debug Level: Still the Liferay page is not able to see by the user, who is authenticated by OpenAM, do you have any other clue to get it done. Click Local or Centralized Default to determine where the agent properties are stored.