Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #openam, 2014-07-10

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11:42 rghose1 any way to force users to change password on first login ?
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13:42 aldaris welcome, jamiebowen
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16:28 rghose1 regarding agents, does anyone know how it maintains the user session? I mean how does it know that the user is logged in on the openam server whenever a request is made ?
16:38 MegaMatt http://docs.forgerock.org/en/openam-pa/3.1.0-Xpress/agent-install-guide/index/chap-about-web-agents.html
16:39 MegaMatt When the user's browser reiterates the request, the policy agent again checks that the request has a session token, finds a session token this time, and validates the session token with OpenAM. Given the valid session token, the policy agent gets a policy decision from OpenAM concerning whether the user can access the page.
17:12 rghose1 got it already
17:12 rghose1 thanks @MegaMatt
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21:18 guest9335 I'm trying to setup session failover and keep running into the following error message:  The service iPlanetAMSessionService does not have organization schema
21:18 guest9335 anybody know what that means exactly?
21:18 aldaris odd
21:19 guest9335 is that some component that's missing?  btw...we're running openAM v10.0
21:20 aldaris have you get to that AM config by importing some old config at some point previously
21:21 guest9335 there's a good chance, yeah
21:21 aldaris then that's a likely contributor
21:21 guest9335 what in that config would be the contributor?
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21:56 aldaris guest9335 that would be an incorrect iPlanetAMSessionService service definition most likely
21:56 aldaris or out of date to be more precise
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