Updated OpenSSO FAQ

I took a moment last week to update the OpenSSO FAQ Center. The only question I have now is...

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Per the ID-FF setup:

I see you removed the details regarding running multiple server instances on the same machine. Is it no longer necessary to modify com.iplanet.am.cookie.name property or deploy URLs to be unique per server (Idp and Sp instances)?

Per the ID-WSF setup:

It's not entirely clear when running sampleconfigurator.jsp if one should provide Idp or Sp server values.

Posted by jamesbryangraves on December 13, 2007 at 04:39 AM PST #

Okay. So the cookie name change is under the section "Before You Begin". How does one do that? Considering the AMConfig.properties is now gone, and that value is un-editable in the console webapp?

Posted by jamesbryangraves on December 13, 2007 at 10:38 PM PST #

James, I haven't missed these comments. Trying to get some info for you and will post it when I am successful.

Posted by DocTeger on December 16, 2007 at 10:32 PM PST #

From the dev team on changing the cookie name:

Go to Admin Console->Configuration->"Sites and Servers"

Click the server name in the "Servers" table such as http://huanghe:8080/fam

Then you will be at the "Edit http://huanghe:8080/fam" page.
Click "Security" tab, then "Inheritance Settings". Search for "Cookie Name" in
the table. Uncheck the box, then "Save" and "Back to Server profile" button.
Then you will see the "Cookie Name" field is editable.

Posted by jamesbryangraves on December 18, 2007 at 09:29 PM PST #

Who do you know, James? I was chalking up the non-responses to the upcoming annual holiday shutdown. Now I'm thinking I should use nicer smelling soap. I'm going to move this information into a blog entry so it'll be easier to search.

Posted by DocTeger on December 18, 2007 at 09:40 PM PST #

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