When testing the Sun Access Manager Resource Adapter, before the Policy Agent has been installed, the client-side AMConfig.properties file must be configured with amadmin or a user that has privileges to read the OpenSSO Enterprise configuration data, for the property com.sun.identity.agents.app.username. If a different type of user is used in this configuration, the configuration of the Sun Access Manager Resource Adapter fails. This change is required only until the Policy Agent is installed. After the Policy Agent has been installed, the AMConfig.properties file is not required and can be deleted from the filesystem.
Although this document describes the use case where Identity Manager and OpenSSO Enterprise are configured for both single sign-on and provisioning, it is possible to configure the deployment for either single sign-on or provisioning only. If single sign-on between OpenSSO Enterprise and Identity Manager is not required, then the OpenSSO Enterprise Policy Agent does not need to be installed and configured. You can ignore the steps that involve configuring the OpenSSO Enterprise Policy Agent.