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IRC log for #openam, 2014-11-12

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11:56 insanidaOpenAM hi all. anyone available ?
11:59 insanidaOpenAM I'm using a j2ee agent and trying to map them to roles I need in my app. turns out that such mapped users are not being sent to my app...only some of them. any hints ?
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12:24 insanidaOpenAM I'm using a j2ee agent and trying to map them to roles I need in my app. turns out that such mapped users are not being sent to my app...only some of them. any hints ?
12:25 aldaris check the logs?
12:25 insanidaOpenAM sure. here's my list of roles my app receives from openam: [id=otavio,ou=user,dc=openam,dc=forgerock,dc=org, id=CAIXA,ou=group,dc=openam,dc=forgerock,dc=org, id=Administrators,ou=group,dc​=openam,dc=forgerock,dc=org, Administrators, id=ATENDENTE,ou=group,dc=o​penam,dc=forgerock,dc=org, GERENTE, AUTHENTICATED_USERS, ATENDENTE, id=GERENTE,ou=group,dc=openam,dc=forgerock,dc=org]
12:26 insanidaOpenAM GERENTE and ATENDENTE have mappings in openam. that's correct. but CAIXA also has a mapping and it doesn't show up in a 'separate' form.
12:26 aldaris so how did you set up mapping?
12:27 insanidaOpenAM my user is part of openam groups mapped to ATENDENTE, GERENTE and CAIXA.
12:27 aldaris and did you grab these groupnames from the logs?
12:27 insanidaOpenAM aldaris: I got those group names from debugging my code.
12:28 aldaris but jee doesn't offer you a way to get the list of your roles
12:28 insanidaOpenAM aldaris: for mapping, I have created some groups in openam. Then, I mapped such groups to roles I expect to use inside my app. then, during login process, I capture the principals from openam and that's the string I get.
12:28 jjpp oh, aldaris, hi
12:28 aldaris hey everyone btw :)
12:28 insanidaOpenAM aldaris: weblogic does.
12:28 insanidaOpenAM Subject subject = Security.getCurrentSubject(); Set<Principal> allPrincipals = subject.getPrincipals();
12:29 aldaris relying on container specific internals is always a good way to get tied to a platform
12:29 insanidaOpenAM aldaris: I know.
12:29 insanidaOpenAM aldaris: I have to go that way for the time being.
12:30 aldaris just check the agent logs, it prints out everything you need...
12:32 jjpp aldaris: it's time for some weird questions. do you know of a mechanism in openam that could be used to implement site-wide locks/syncronisation? something that would allow me to ensure that there is up to one instance of some operation over all the openams in my site that I can reach
12:36 jjpp (eg. creating user searches idrepo for the new id and if it is not found, creates a user. for some reason our clients systems can really effectively come parallelly with the same new id to be created and there will be two processes that get "no, there is no user with such attribute value" and two new users with that..)
12:37 MegaMatt Sounds like a job for OpenIDM to me
12:38 jjpp openidm was released a bit too late for our purposes and therefore did not get to the picture.
12:39 jjpp but I probably should try to get better understanding of openidm as well.
12:40 jjpp and then again -- there are operations that should be exclusive over an openam site that might need such a lock, or not?
12:45 insanidaOpenAM where do I find openam agent logs ? I have it deployed to weblogic.
12:50 insanidaOpenAM I think I found it. inside my agent's installation folder - nothing related to weblogic.
13:03 aldaris jjpp sounds like you are doing identity management with openam
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13:04 jjpp I'm, no denying there. And I know that I should not. Yet, this was just an example. Question was that does openam has site-wide lock service or some other synchronization mechanism?
13:07 aldaris no
13:07 aldaris not really
13:07 aldaris theoretically things like jgroups could help with that
13:09 jjpp yep. there are even some more specific libraries (zookeeper?) that might help.
13:09 aldaris don't really know too much about it
13:09 insanidaOpenAM do I have to redeploy the agent in order to have new log configurations woking and producing log ?
13:09 jjpp OTOH, updating session properties is almost such a service. if there was option to test&set :)
13:11 jjpp as far as i understand, for each session there is one "responsible" node. and if that node is not reachable, new one is elected (the one that needed master first will be the new master?). and every change goes thtough that master.
13:12 jjpp the other thing that is needed is a way to find this one special session whose properties we use to synchronize things. :)
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13:33 aldaris insanidaOpenAM no need to redeploy the agent, the debug setting should be picked up straight away
13:33 aldaris I assume you changed the debug level on the agent configuration page
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