Sun OpenSSO Enterprise 8.0 Installation and Configuration Guide

ProcedureTo Configure OpenSSO Enterprise Server Using the ssoadm Command and add-amsdk-idrepo-plugin Subcommand

  1. Execute the ssoadm command with the add-amsdk-idrepo-plugin subcommand. For example:

    # ./ssoadm add-amsdk-idrepo-plugin -u amadmin -f ./password-file \
    -a user-naming-attribute -o oranization-naming-attribute \
    -b "dc=example,dc=com" -s \
    -x ./dsamepassword -p ./proxypassword


    -u specifies the administrative user. For example: amadmin

    -f specifies the password file for the administrative user.

    -a and -o specify the user naming attribute and organization naming attribute, respectively. Both parameters are optional. The default values are uid and o.

    -b specifies the base DN of the Directory Server in which the Access Manager repository is being configured. For example: dc=example,dc=com

    -s specifies the directory server host, port, and protocol. Examples for the -s option are:

    • ldap://host:port

    • host:port (The protocol defaults to ldap.)

    • host (The protocol defaults to ldap, and the port defaults to 389.)

    -x specifies the password file for dsameuser.

    -p specifies the password file for proxyuser.

    On Solaris and Linux systems, the password files specified by -x and -p must have 400 (read-only by owner) permissions.

  2. Restart the OpenSSO Enterprise server web container.

  3. Continue with Creating a Data Store Using the AMSDK Plug-in.