OK, it's not technically a rip-off but that's all I could come up with in the time allotted.
The team of OpenSSO engineers have been working on a new administration console. The plan is to release a beta version of the new console with OpenSSO Express Build 8. Although the trees that contribute to the nightly build and the Express 8 build have not yet been consolidated, portions of the new beta console are available for your perusal in the nightly build. Things will undoubtedly change before the actual release; the following information is so you can take a look at the direction we are going.
This new OpenSSO administration console is in beta and should only be used for test environments. Continue to use the standard OpenSSO administration console for real-time deployments.
After deploying opensso.war to a web container, login to OpenSSO as the administrator and enter protocol://machine.domain:port/deploy-uri/admin in the Location Bar of a browser to display the new console interface.
The Entitlements, Federation and Web Service Security tabs comprise the bulk of features currently in this new console. Accommodations have been made for these features by providing inline help displayed on the console screen. Additional documentation will be available after the beta release.
Working With the Entitlements Service
The Entitlements tab contains the new work flows for ease-of-use when creating new, and managing existing, policies for the new Entitlements Service. These features are only available in the beta administration console. You must choose the framework with which you will be creating policies for your resources. The options are the Policy Service using the standard administration console and the Entitlements Service using the beta administration console. Once the choice is made (by creating and saving a policy using one or the other), only that service (Entitlements or Policy) will be enabled. Migration of policies from previous versions of OpenSSO is not supported.
Using the Federation Work Flows
The Federation tab contains the new work flows for ease-of-use when creating and registering entity providers for the Federation Service using the SAMLv2 protocol. These work flows are available in either the standard or beta administration console. If you create SAMLv2 entity providers using the work flows in the beta administration console, you manage the configurations using the standard administration console.
Using the Web Services Security Work Flows
The Web Service Security tab contains the new work flows for ease-of-use in creating profiles to work with the Web Service Security framework. These work flows are available only in the beta administration console although profiles can also be created by manually configuring attributes using the standard administration console. You can create profiles in the beta console and manage them in the standard console.
The intent with the beta administration console is to hide realms. If no realms are configured using the standard console, the applicable interface to switch realms will not be visible in the beta console, nor anything about referrals. If you create a realm using the standard console, realm and referral menu items are visible.
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