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OpenIDM: Using MS SQL as internal repository

07/02/2013 Leave a comment

As of the newest builds of OpenIDM 2.1.0 Xpress, among the others, a capability to use a MS SQL as internal repository has been added. Following lines will describe how you can set up Microsoft’s SQL database as OpenIDM’s internal repository.

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Partnering with ForgeRock to deliver Open Identity and Access Management Solutions

profiq just announeced strategic partnership with ForgeRock for system integration of open-source and standard-based Access and Identity Management (IAM) products. This is a fundamental milestone in fulfilling profiq’s system integration and system testing strategy. We have spent the last 8+ years with deploying and testing ForgeRock products and their predecessors and looking forward to offering an extended service to customers in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary with ForgeRock.

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Connecting OpenIdM with Microsoft Active Directory – How to set it up!

14/11/2012 Leave a comment

This article is about setting up ForgeRock’s Open Identity Management with Microsoft Active Directory using standalone .NET Connector Server.

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How to test your OpenDJ plugin

31/10/2011 Leave a comment

A problem you might face while extending the OpenDJ functionality with a plugin is to develop proper unit tests. OpenDJ comes with a set of tools to facilitate the testing, but since they are tightly integrated within the build framework, you might find it difficult to execute your unit tests from outside of the framework. This article will try to give you short guidelines on how to integrate and execute your tests.

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Maven archetype for OpenDJ plugin development

03/10/2011 3 comments

We have previously written about the plugin development for OpenDJ based on the example-plugin.zip which comes with the binary distribution. However, as OpenDJ is evolving and slowly migrating to Maven, on the initiative of the ForgeRock team we have come up with the Maven archetype to make the plugin development easier and more developer friendly. Read more…

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OpenDJ integration with Samba

15/08/2011 Leave a comment

Although the integration of OpenDJ with Samba is not explicitly documented, it does exist for OpenDS - which, as we already know, is the same product as OpenDJ. However, what is not covered is the synchronisation for the Samba password attributes with the LDAP password. This is the aspect we would try to cover in this article.

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OpenDJ plugin development based on example-plugin

09/08/2011 1 comment

While OpenDS plugin development was fairly well documented, it has evolved with OpenDJ while available information has not. I will try here to share some of my experience which might help you save some time until the plugin API becomes stable enough to be officially documented.

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Notes on OpenDJ integration with Liferay

08/08/2011 Leave a comment

Liferay is a popular open source portal solution written in J2EE technology. It features abundance of portlets and plug-ins, as well as many integration options for popular access management and identity solutions. Unfortunately, OpenDJ is not found anywhere in the official (or extra official) documentation. No need to worry as the set-up is more or less trouble-free.

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OpenDJ (aka OpenDS) integration series of articles

06/08/2011 Leave a comment

Sun Microsystems merger with Oracle has created a gap not only in the identity market but also in the continuity of the Sun identity offerings. Once a market leader (and for the moment being still is), Sun Java System Directory Server (also known under many other marketing names such as SunONE and iPlanet) has uncertain future as the new pricing model (i.e. it is not getting any cheaper) puts the customers in a situation to look for the alternatives. What Sun thought of being it’s own open source alternative, OpenDS, does not have a very active development and the users keep asking what is the strategy of Oracle for the ex-Sun products as the roadmap has not been updated ever since the merger. Fortunately, a young Norwegian company called ForgeRock has taken on the task of reviving Sun’s open source offering and fill the gap created by Oracle. One of their products is OpenDJ, a living version of OpenDS.

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