Finding It Difficult to Deploy Sun Java System Access Manager??

Referring to the title of this post, I came across Daniel's post this morning and I forwarded this information to a few hundred associates of mine for which a good friend friend of mine wrote a reply. I here unto append the E-mail from her, unmodified:

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From: [Removed to Avoid Spam]
Date: 4 June 2007 9:14:58 AM GMT+05:30
To:[Removed to Avoid Spam]
Subject: RE: Sun Java System Access Manager (war file)

Thanks Rajesh,
We have tried this... We have deployed the single war file in tomcat, JES and have also tried the Netbeans IDE 5.5 enterprise edition that contains Access Manager and App server. I guess you would know about it. In case you don't, I guess you must give it a go. Its awesome. Just install it, start the browser and type http://localhost:8080/amserver. That's all. Good for beginners who want to browse through the AccessManager. We are doing all customization in internationalization thorugh this as it is damn easy. No need to restart, redeploy nothing... just change the required files and press F5 on the browser.
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The fact that I am going through my second training on Access Manager 7.1 course in the last three weeks gives a clear indication on the prospects of this product.

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Thanks for the 2 minute glory ;-) Regards, you know who :)

Posted by A friend on June 05, 2007 at 02:11 AM IST #

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