The Platform service is where additional servers can be added to the Access Manager configuration as well as other options applied at the top level of the Access Manager application. The Platform service attributes are global attributes. The attributes are:
The naming service reads this attribute at initialization time. This list uniquely identifies the FQDN with the port number of the load balancer or SRA for load balancing on the back-end Access Manager servers. If the host specified in a request for a service URL is not in this list, the naming service will reject the request. Only the naming service protocol should be used in this attribute. See To Create a New Site Name.
The naming service reads this attribute at initialization time. This list contains the Access Manager session servers in a single Access Manager configuration. For example, if two Access Managers are installed and should work as one, they must both be included in this list. If the host specified in a request for a service URL is not in this list, the naming service will reject the request. Only the naming service protocol should be used in this attribute. See To Create a New Instance Name.
The platform locale value is the default language subtype that Access Manager was installed with. The authentication, logging and administration services are administered in the language of this value. The default is en_US. See Supported Language Localesfor a listing of supported language subtypes.
The list of domains that will be returned in the cookie header when setting a cookie to the user's browser during authentication. If empty, no cookie domain will be set. In other words, the Access Manager session cookie will only be forwarded to the Access Manager itself and to no other servers in the domain.
If SSO is required with other servers in the domain, this attribute must be set with the cookie domain. If you had two interfaces in different domains on one Access Manager then you would need to set both cookie domains in this attribute. If a load balancer is used, the cookie domain must be that of the load balancer's domain, not the servers behind the load balancer. The default value for this field is the domain of the installed Access Manager.
This field specifies the URL of the login page. The default value for this attribute is /Service_DEPLOY_URI/UI/Login.
This field specifies the URL of the logout page. The default value for this attribute is /Service_DEPLOY_URI/UI/Logout.
This attribute stores all available locales configured for the platform. Consider an application that lets the user choose the user's locale. This application would get this attribute from the platform profile and present the list of locales to the user. The user would choose a locale and the application would set this in the user entry preferredLocale.
This attribute specifies the character set for different clients at the platform level. It contains a list of client types and the corresponding character sets. SeeTo Create a New Character Set for more information.