This section provides instructions for creating a J2EE agent profile using OpenSSO Enterprise Console.
Perform the following tasks in OpenSSO Enterprise Console. The key steps of this task involve creating an agent name (ID) and an agent password.
Log in to OpenSSO Enterprise Console as a user with AgentAdmin privileges, such as amadmin.
Click the Access Control tab.
Click the name of the realm to which the agent will belong, such as the following: /(Top Level Realm).
Click the Agents tab.
Click the J2EE tab.
Click New in the agent section.
Enter values for the following fields:
Name: Enter the name or identity of the agent. This is the agent profile name, which is the name the agent uses to log into OpenSSO Enterprise. Multi-byte names are not accepted.
Password: Enter the agent password. However, it must be the same password entered in the agent profile password file that is used by the agentadmin utility to install the agent.
Re-Enter Password: Confirm the password.
Configuration: For configuration, check the location of the agent configuration properties.
Local: Properties stored in the OpenSSOAgentConfiguration.properties file on the server where the agent is deployed.
Centralized: Properties stored in the OpenSSO Enterprise centralized data repository.
In the Server URL field, enter the OpenSSO Enterprise server URL.
For example: http://OpenssoHost.example.com:58080/opensso
In the Agent URL field, enter the URL for the agent application.
For example: http://agentHost.example.com:8090/agentapp
The Console creates the agent profile and displays the J2EE Agent page again with a link to the new agent profile.
To perform additional configuration of the agent, click this link to display the Edit agent page.