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The Readme.MD file of the Whydah github repos contains detailed installation information and start-up scripts
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h3. Release notes

* [Whydah Releases]

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h4. Installation guides
See [Whydah Infrastructure recommendations] for particular tips on infrastructure setup.

h6. Linux
* [Install SSOLoginWebApp on Ubuntu]
* [Install SecurityTokenService on Ubuntu]
* [Install UserIdentityBackend]
* [Install UserAdminWebApp on Ubuntu]
* [Install apache web proxy on Ubuntu]

h4. Integration setups
* [Integrating with Whydah]

See [TestWebApp] for an example on how to integrate your application with Whydah. The github repository includes examples in Java, JavaScript,
Django, Microsoft Sharepoint App and Spring Security.

h3. Default ports for the whydah services

||Whydah Module || Default Port ||
|UserIdentityBackend| 9995|
|SecurityTokenService| 9998|
|UserAdminService | 9995 |
|UserAdminWebapp| 9996|
|SSOLoginWebApp| 9997|

h3. IAM_MODE
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[IAM_MODE] is used to run the modules in different mode

h3. IAM_CONFIG
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IAM_CONFIG is used to define your own config-file for Whydah. File-names are relative to current directory. Example:

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java -jar -DIAM_CONFIG=useridentitybackend.TEST.properties UserIdentityBackend.jar
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