After you run ssopatch, run the updateschema.sh on Solaris or Linux systems or updateschema.bat on Windows. The script updates the OpenSSO Enterprise server version, adds new default server properties, adds new attribute schemas required for fixes and enhancements in the OpenSSO Enterprise 8.0 update release. You must run updateschema in order to update the server version.
The updateschema.sh or updateschema.bat script requires the OpenSSO Enterprise 8.0 Update 1 or later version of the ssoadm command-line utility. Therefore, before you run this script, install the latest admin tools from the OpenSSO Enterprise 8.0 update release tools, as described in Installing the OpenSSO Enterprise Utilities and Scripts in the ssoAdminTools.zip File.
Also, always run the latest version of the updateschema.sh or updateschema.bat script from the patch release you are installing.
Change to the patch-tools/patch directory, where patch-tools is where you unzipped ssoPatchTools.zip.
Run updateschema.sh or updateschema.bat.
When the scripts prompts you, provide the following information:
Full path to the ssoadm utility (excluding ssoadm itself). For example: /opt/ssotools/opensso/bin
The updateschema.sh or updateschema.bat script writes any messages or errors to the standard output.
OpenSSO Enterprise 8.0 Update Release Configuration Changes. The patched OpenSSO Enterprise 8.0 WAR file might have configuration changes that were not in your original WAR file. Any configuration changes, if any, will be documented separately for the patch. Check the patch documentation and the Release Notes for more information about any configuration changes. (The version string in the OpenSSO manifest file will change, even if there are no configuration changes in the new WAR file.)