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This blog is intended for software system engineers, architects and managers or people generally interested in development, testing and integration of software systems. It is part of profiq’s community effort that has the objective of sharing knowledge and ideas about software system integration, testing and development. In addition to this technical content, we share updates about life at profiq.

Authenticating Sencha Web Application Manager via ForgeRock’s OpenDJ

Posted 3 years ago by Jakub Janoska

I am going to show how to integrate two impressive technologies: 1. Sencha Web Application Manager (SWAM), that is an application platform for deploying and managing web and mobile apps and 2. ForgeRock OpenDJ open-source LDAP directory server. Sencha SWAM is an enterprise software product for deploying and managing HTML 5 applications, which are accessible from Windows Desktop, […]

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SeaFile Storage authentication via ForgeRock OpenDJ

Posted 3 years ago by Ondřej Fuchsík

Welcome to this blog post. I will describe and explain how to set up own storage with file synchronization across multiple computers and platforms. Having a distributed and safe file storage is a fundamental requirement for enterprises of all sizes small, medium size or big. Seafile is nice in that it allows you to scale from small […]

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Partnering with ForgeRock to deliver Open Identity and Access Management Solutions

Posted 5 years ago by Gabor Puhalla

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 […]

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A simple OpenAM realm scenario

Posted 6 years ago by Nemanja Lukic

A Realm is an OpenAM concept and a feature which is used to group and organise the information and configuration parameters. OpenAM has a top level realm which contains all other, user-defined, realms. We will try here to demonstrate the realm functionality on a simple but practical scenario where realms will be used to separate […]

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Certificate based authentication with OpenAM 10 and Tomcat 7

Posted 6 years ago by Nemanja Lukic

Although my use case for certificate based authentication is pretty basic, the existing documentation for Access Manager/OpenSSO/OpenAM is somewhat scarce and requires gathering information from various, often unrelated sources. For that reason, I have summarised the process in this article.

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Using OpenDJ as publishing directory for Red Hat Certificate System

Posted 6 years ago by Nemanja Lukic

This is the first article in the series where we would like to focus on the integration of Red Hat Certificate System (RHCS) and ForgeRock OpenDJ. We will start with the simplest use case – using OpenDJ as a publishing directory for RHCS Certificate Authority (CA). When you are running a Certificate Authority, the certificates […]

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How to test your OpenDJ plugin

Posted 7 years ago by Nemanja Lukic

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. […]

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Maven archetype for OpenDJ plugin development

Posted 7 years ago by Nemanja Lukic

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.

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OpenDJ plugin development based on example-plugin

Posted 7 years ago by Nemanja Lukic

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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