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Open Source Identity Management Patterns and Practices Using OpenAM 10.x by Waylon Kenning

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Configuring the Fedlet application server

For these instances we'll be focusing on the Java Fedlet rather than the .NET Fedlet. Once again, we're going to be installing another instance of Tomcat separate from the instance running OpenAM. We'll run this instance with a new domain name, fedlet.kenning.co.nz, which is not essential, but we'll use it for clarity with explanations in the chapter.

We'll be using a new domain name in this chapter, so as per the instructions in Chapter 3, Cross-Domain Single Sign On open your hosts file and create the domain name fedlet.kenning.co.nz and point it to 127.0.0.1.

Extract the Tomcat 6 download file. I extracted it to C:\tomcat.fedlet.

We need to change the ports so they don't clash with the existing instance ...

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