Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #openam, 2013-11-28

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10:20 balo sorry, didn't saw your question, I was from my phone. stupid client :)
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13:15 bthalmayr about data store, there is no need from 'ou=people' and 'ou=groups', just leave out people/group container value
13:35 Zendron Tks bthalmayr!! I read about how OpenAM organize the information under LDAP. Does not matter hos many datastore I configure he clones the information under his own ldap. Under a ou=services with all structure from another datastore!
13:37 bthalmayr a data store is just an OpenAM servic definition and it will create it beneath ou=services ... however this is OpenAM private service management framework .. .why do you care about this?
13:37 bthalmayr this is configuration store and not related to data store
13:37 bthalmayr although you might be service configuration store and data store from the same Directory Server
13:38 bthalmayr if you do this you should actually create a different backend for this (talking about DSEE / OpenDJ / OpenDS)
13:46 Zendron I have here a scenario where one of my clients have its own LDAP, another customer has its own AD and for the others I will use my OpenDJ. I'm trying figure out how I will identify the user ID inside my java database application. I was using an autoincrement id in my user table. Now with OpenAM I get the user like request.getprincipal() and I request via REST for the parameters for this logged
13:46 Zendron user. With these parameters I have to choose one like "DN: uid:john,ou=people,dc=host,dc=br" to be the id for the others tables on my database;
13:47 Zendron With this challenge I was trying to understand if I will have different scenarios for an user identification when I will use different data stores.
13:47 Zendron Sorry about my English!!!
13:48 bthalmayr Within the same realm OpenAM will search all configured data stores for an identity and tries to build a virtual user identity within memory from all data stores .... OpenAM consumes identity information
13:49 bthalmayr OpenAM does not use a 'DN' (this is LDAP) but a UUID
13:49 bthalmayr to distinguish these UUID you have to use different realm
13:52 Zendron Does UUID will be unique for one REALM or for all Realms?
13:53 bthalmayr the UUID includes the realm , the UUID looks similar to a DN
13:55 Zendron Nice man!!
13:55 Zendron Great!
13:56 Zendron Now I undertand, OpenAM takes care for me about unique identification! Doesn't matter the configuration I do inside OPenAM, for me what matter is the UUID on my application, is that correct?
13:58 bthalmayr UUID within realm looks like 'id=<SOME_NAME>,o=<SOME_REALM>,OPENAM_CONFIG_BASEDN'
13:59 bthalmayr the question is what does your app retrieve ...
14:02 Zendron all parameters from a subject
14:06 Zendron I have a profile information insidde my application, but this screen I will just retrieve information from openaAM, for the actions from an user inside my application I will persist the UUID to identify who didi what!
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