Configuring OpenDS as a User Data Store in OpenSSO

In recently released OpenSSO Express 7 are several impressive capabilities, including support for OpenDS Standard Edition as a repository for user profiles, authentication data, and policies. You need perform only a few configuration steps, as detailed in a procedural article in the OpenSSO Resource Center.

The article also includes several sections of reference information: troubleshooting tips, the OpenSSO features that work with various directory servers, a few policy and interface nuances that might help you determine which user data store to use. Have a look.

Courtesy:http://weblogs.java.net/blog/marinasum/

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One Response to “Configuring OpenDS as a User Data Store in OpenSSO”

  1. Shankar Says:

    You may also like to know that OpenDS is the default Configuration repository for OpenSSO 8 Enterprise which I have installed on my system…was a breeze to install….u can create it with around 10K Entries as a default offering (also optional…you can also refuse ot and go on to give your very own numbers)

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