Removing and Redeploying OpenSSO

As a technical writer, I often have the need to remove a deployed instance of OpenSSO so I can redeploy and reconfigure the latest build and write some more interesting stuff about the latest features. It's very easy to do - just follow this procedure.

  1. From the Glassfish console, undeploy the WAR.
  2. From the command line, stop the Glassfish domain.
  3. From the command line, remove (recursively) the following directories:
    • opensso
    • AccessManager
  4. Remove the ZIP file you downloaded if you haven't already.
  5. Download the latest ZIP.
  6. Unzip the ZIP.
  7. Restart the Glassfish domain.
  8. Log in to the Glassfish console and redeploy the WAR.
    See this blog entry: OpenSSO Build 2 and Glassfish: Ready to Go for details.

Yes, folks, that's it. Files used to fly all over the place but now everything is organized for ease. And here's some ease to end the day with: the eas-y sound of the Seekers featuring the eas-y voice of Judith Dunham in a live rendition of their eas-y classic Georgy Girl. (Click the image to play.)

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