Friday Jul 04, 2008
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Tuesday Jan 29, 2008
By docteger on Jan 29, 2008
For those using Access Manager 7.1 here are a coupla things you might want to know about.
- Access Manager 7.1 can be installed in one of two modes: realm or legacy. So after installation how do you determine if Access Manager is running in realm mode or legacy mode?
Type the following URL into the Location window of your browser and hit Enter.
protocol://FQDN:portnumber/amserver/SMSServlet?method=isRealmEnabledwhere FQDN is the host name and domain of the machine on which the product was installed. If the server returns
true, Access Manager is running in realm mode; otherwise, it's running in legacy mode.
- If the host name and/or domain name of the machine on which Access Manager is running changes, this change needs to be reflected in a number of configuration files. This recently published technical note, Host Name Changes in a Sun Java System Access Manager 7.1 WAR Deployment explains it all for you.
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