The OpenAM connector is designed to manage users stored in a OpenAM server; the bundle interacts with OpenAM server by its REST service.
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Follow these steps to run the stand-alone connector server:
- Download the connector server jar file and store it in the connector server directory (any directory).
- Download the OpenAM connector jar file and store it in the bundles subdirectory.
- Start the connector server. For more information, check the page about this topic.
The following table describes all of the properties that you can specify for the configuration:
|SSL||Boolean|| ||Specify it if OpenAM server is deployed in SSL mode|
|OpenAM base Url||String||X||Base Url of OpenAM host|
|OpenAM port||String||X||Port of OpenAM host|
|OpenAM context||String||X||Context where OpenAM is deployed|
|OpenAM realm||String||X||Realm where users are saved|
|Admin user||String||X ||Id User admin of openam, usually amadmin|
|Admin password||String||X ||Password of admin user of openam|
|Password Attribute||String||X||Password attribute where user password value will be stored|
|Status Attribute||String||X||Status attribute where user status value will be stored|
|Uid Attribute||String||X||Uid attribute where user uid value will be stored|