Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #openam, 2014-11-24

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13:27 kala can I run OpenAM on two different domains at the same time? So that clients can login from sso.domain1.com and also from sso.domain2.com? I suppose that I can install another DAS for the sso.domain2.com and instruct it to use common OpenAM backend servers and create cookies for the domain2.com and it should just work?
13:29 MegaMatt http://docs.forgerock.org/en/openam/10‚Äč.1.0/admin-guide/index/chap-cdsso.html ?
13:29 kala not quite, but you have apoint there
13:30 kala the session cookies would have to be "global" somehow
13:30 kala well. I would need to migrate from the old domain sso.domain1.com to new one. But the migration probably cannot be done during one night, so I would need to keep the old domain running for a while
13:36 kala (but this way clients who log into the new domain, cannot continue with their session to the applications, which run on the old domain. Unless those applications migrate to the new domain as well or they implement CDSSO. Or we implement CDSSO at the dummy website sso.domain1.com ourselves)
15:01 bthalmayr although some overhead you could setup SAML between the old 'domain' and the 'new domain'
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