By docteger on Aug 17, 2008
There are three types of samples included with OpenSSO.
- Server samples are included with the OpenSSO WAR. The samples can be accessed by appending
/uri/samplesto the OpenSSO server URL and entering it in the Location bar of a browser; by default, this would be
http://hostname.domain:8080/opensso/samples. The samples include authentication, Liberty ID-FF, SAMLv2, and multi-federation protocol. I haven't checked them out yet.
- The Client SDK samples are located in the
opensso-client.zip. More information is in these entries:
- Command line interface samples are located in the
sdkdirectory inside the unzipped
opensso-client.zip. See OpenSSO Client SDK: Command-line Samples for more information.
And since we are talking samples, let's listen to a moment in time: the song that has one of the most used samples in music history. In 1982, Vince Clarke says something funny and Alison Moyet laughs during the recording of the Yaz song Situation and they decide to keep it in the recording. I have heard that laugh sampled on a huge number of remixes and new songs over the last 25 years but there ain't nothing like hearing it as originally intended.
I saw them at the Paramount Theater in Oakland, CA on July 7, 2008. What a show!