Undeploying the Fedlet with Some Light from Jens Lekman

When undeploying fedlet.war (which you might've deployed for demonstration purposes), do the following:

  1. Undeploy the fedlet.war using your web container tools.
  2. Using the command line on the service provider side, delete the fedlet directory that was created during deployment.
  3. Using the OpenSSO console on the identity provider side, remove the entries for the identity provider, service provider, and circle of trust entries that were created under the Federation tab.
  4. Restart the web container on both the identity provider and service provider machines.

And now enjoy some light from Jens Lekman (who canceled his March 27, 2008 concert at the Gothic Theatre in Englewood because of a snowstorm in Seattle - leaving the Mile High City high and Lekman-dry).

Comments:

Hi Michael - deleting the identity provider and circle of trust will get you right back to the starting point, but it's a pretty scorched earth approach. In step 3, you can just delete the service provider entry, then create a new Fedlet from the Common Tasks page using the CoT and IdP.

Posted by Pat Patterson on June 13, 2008 at 05:17 PM PDT #

Hi Pat. Scorched earth approach? That's one I hadn't heard before. I wanted to leave no trace of the originally deployed Fedlet so I could re-configure the whole thing again with the pre-built and doc the procedure. (http://blogs.sun.com/docteger/entry/the_fedlet_and_u_part) And what are you doing reading blogs at midnight on a Friday night? ;>

Posted by DocTeger on June 13, 2008 at 10:58 PM PDT #

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