Configure the instance of OpenSSO Enterprise deployed in Part III, Building the Service Provider Environment, situated behind Load Balancer 2 on the service provider side, as a hosted service provider. This procedure creates the spcot circle of trust.
Access https://lb4.sp-example.com:1081/opensso/console from a web browser.
Log in to the OpenSSO Enterprise console as the administrator.
The Common Tasks tab is displayed.
Click Create Hosted Service Provider under Create SAML v2 Providers.
The Create a SAML v2 Service Provider on this Server page is displayed.
Make the following changes on the Create a SAML v2 Service Provider on this Server page.
Select the No radio button for Do you have metadata for this provider?
Under metadata properties, type https://lb4.sp-example.com:1081/opensso as the value for Name.
Under metadata properties, select test as the value for Signing Key.
Under Circle of Trust properties, select the Add to New radio button and type spcot as the value for the New Circle of Trust.
Accept the default values for any remaining properties.
A pop up screen is displayed that reads:
Service provider is configured. You can modify the provider's profile under the Federation tab. Do you want to create a remote identity provider?
Click No on the pop up screen.
The OpenSSO Enterprise console is displayed and this instance is now configured as a SAML v2 service provider.