You can set properties one at a time. For example, you can declare the following JVM option at run time to assign a value to a particular property:
The following sections describe the properties expected by Access Manager Client SDK. A client application deployed within a servlet container can register for changes to session, user attributes and policy decisions. These properties must be set to receive such notifications.
com.iplanet.am.naming.url. This is a required property. The value of this property represents the URL where the Client SDK would retrieve the URLs of Access Manager internal services. This is the URI for the Naming Service. Example:
com.iplanet.am.naming.url=http://AcceessManager-HostName.domain_name: port/ amserver/namingservice
com.iplanet.am.naming.failover.url. This property can be used by any remote SDK application that wants failover in, for example, session validation or getting the service URLs. Example:
com.iplanet.am.naming.failover.url= http:// AcceessManager-HostName.domain_name:port/ amserver/failover
Specifies the debug level. Possible values are levels are: off, error , warning, or message.
The value of this property is the output directory for the debug information. This directory should be writable by the server process. Example:
The value of this property is the URI of the Notification Service running on the host machine where you installed the Client SDK. Example:
com.iplanet.am.notification.url= http://clientSDK_host.domain_name: port/amserver/notificationservice
This property enables or disables notifications for remote policy API. Example:
This property defines the notification URL for remote policy API.