You are trying to add a profile attribute in your Policy Agent, and the attribute you added is a “Session Attribtue”. So you need to do the mapping for the session attribute in the policy agent
It is not that simple in this case. In a pure Cloud Foundry PaaS, to install a Policy Agent in the CF container, you need to create a custom build pack that would have your Web Container plus the Policy Agent installed. Your build pack will depend of what kind of web application you are using, i.e. J2EE or Apache (for example). The other tricky…[Read more]
Try setting the JVM property “user.home” and define there the directory where the .openamcfg file will be located.
You can set up that property as part of the CATALINA_OPTS if you are using Tomcat or JAVA_OPTS. Usually these are set in the setenv.sh (in Linux) under <Tomcat_directory>/bin
“Now I am trying to configure an external userstore so that users can login via the mail attribute, for some reason I am unable to see openAM event attempt to bind to the external LDAP I have configured. It seems to use the embedded one because in the logs I see something like DC=forgerock,etc.. in amAuthentication logs and not my new…[Read more]
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