How to Configure PAL Portal and OpenSSO

In my travails around the 'net, I came upon this blog entry that explains how to configure PAL Portal for use with OpenSSO. Great that someone wrote this up but I had no idea what PAL Portal was so I found this blog entry (from the same Portal Application Laboratory blog) that explains what PAL Portal is and where to download it. Oh, cool. An open-source portal server. But what's Jetspeed2? Oh, cool. An open-source portal enterprise server.

Uh, can we get a few more layers on this architecture, please!

Thanks.

If you're not interested in getting OpenSSO to work with PAL Portal, you might be interested in this video by Grace Potter and the Nocturnals. It's the song Ah Mary.

Comments:

I beat you, Michael - http://blogs.sun.com/theaquarium/entry/opensso_a_thriving_community :-)

Posted by Pat Patterson on April 02, 2008 at 02:50 AM PDT #

Pat, that was written on April 1. No one believes an April Fools Day blog entry. That's the internet rule. Except of course when the April Fools Day entry refers to web services security and the Security Token Service. That's the exception that proves the rule...I think.

Posted by DocTeger on April 02, 2008 at 03:14 AM PDT #

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