Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #openam, 2014-03-06

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08:49 rghose the openid specification implemented in openam seems flawed. on a token request by an authenticated oauth2 client, openam does not respond back with the required id_token parameter. This can be found here: http://openid.net/specs/openid-connect-core-1_0-17.html#TokenResponse
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16:57 Scient i have a custom auth module which im trying to test, im getting the internal authentication error page
16:58 Scient but where the hell is the actual error output?
16:58 Scient i cant see anything useful in any of the logs
16:58 Scient i dont see a debug file for my modules debug instance either
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18:36 Scient seems like this is whats happening "SSOProviderImpl.createSSOToken(tokenId, boolean)could not create SSOTOken for token ID"
18:57 Scient this is just so damn frustrating
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20:20 Scient is there a way to bundle my custom auth module templates with the JAR file, instead of having to rely on copying the files to the deployment dir?
20:22 MegaMatt Yeah, put them in the war
20:27 Scient but i dont have a war, i have a custom auth module as a jar
20:37 MegaMatt you have a war that you deployed openam from
20:50 Scient yeah but extracting that WAR file, modifying it and repackaging it just seems something one would do as a last resort
20:50 Scient vs adding your code in reasonable ways, like your own packaged modules that include everything
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