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Getting started

  1. Download SSOLoginService.jar Download
  2. Download propertyfile here to same location
  3. Run java -DIAM_MODE=DEV -DIAM_CONFIG=securitytokenservice.DEV.properties -jar SSOLoginService.jar
  4. Point you browser at http://localhost:9998/tokenservice/
  5. Test the operations in the GUI (test API driver)
    1. NOTE: in this mode, you can create and adjust test-data/users/usertokens by creating files in the same directory with naming convension <my test username>.token Example
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Some tips on parsing the UserToken to check roles

Xpath examples (Hint: experiment here)

Preparation for a more full-stack environment

  1. Install SSOLoginService in IAM_MODE=DEV on local machine
    1. Adjust properties to fit your neeed
  2. Install SecurityTokenService in IAM_MODE=DEV on local machine
    1. Adjust properties to fit your neeed
  1. Verify test installation manually or by using the Whydah-TestWebApp

Integration

We have provided a few integration examples for a set of different programming languages. See links below.

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TODO describe how an application developer or architect can integrate an application with Whydah.

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