Default value is AMAuthCookie. Specifies the cookie name used by Authentication Service to set the session handler ID during the authentication process. Once this process is completed (success or failure), this cookie is cleared or removed.
Value is set during installation. The Certificate Authority (CA) certificate nick name for that responder. Example: Certificate Manager - sun. If set, the CA certificate must be presented in the Web Server's certificate database.
Value is set during installation. Example: http://ocsp.sun.com/ocsp
Specifies the global OCSP responder URL for this instance. If the OCSP responder URL is set, the OCSP responder nick name must also be set. Otherwise both will be ignored. If both are not set, the OCSP responder URL presented in user's certificate will be used for OCSP validation. If the OCSP responder URL is not presented in user's certificate, then no OCSP validation will be performed.
Default value is true. The global parameter to enable or disable OCSP checking. If this value is false, the OCSP feature in the Certificate Authentication module type cannot be used. .
Value is set during installation. Example: cn=dsameuser,ou=DSAME Users,o=AMRoot|cn=amService-UrlAccessAgent,ou=DSAME Users,o=AMRoot
Identifies the special user or users for this Access Manager authentication component. This user is used by the Client APIs to authenticate remote applications to the Access Manager server using the full user DN. The user will always be authenticated against the local directory server. Multiple values of this special user DN are separated by the pipe character (|). Use of this property is restricted to Authentication component only.
Value is set during installation. Example: uid=amAdmin,ou=People,o=AMRoot
Identifies the super user for this Access Manager instance. This user must use LDAP to log in, and must use the full DN. The user is always authenticated against the local Directory Server.
Used to set the cookie domain for the above cookie name. This Cookie domain should be set such that it covers all the instances of the CDC (Cross Domain Controller) services installed in the network. For example,.example.com if all instances of Access Manager are within the domain example.com.
Default value is sunIdentityServerAuthNServer. Specifies the cookie name set to the Access Manager server host URL when Access Manager is running against Session Cookie hijacking.
Specifies a list of user attributes that contain values that will be retrieved from an external Directory Server during LDAP Authentication when the Authentication Service is configured to dynamically create users. The new user created in the local Directory Server will have the values for attributes which have been retrieved from external Directory Server.
Example: attribute1, attribute2, attribute3