ForgeRock Identity Management solution includes generic Groovy Connector Toolkit that enables you to run Groovy scripts on any external resource. You can read more about it here. Lifted verbatim from the OpenIDM 4 documentation mentioned above:”To facilitate creating your own scripted connectors with the Groovy Connector Toolkit, OpenIDM provides aContinue Reading

If you’re in a hurry to know what each of the ForgeRock Identity Platform Components is meant to do, try the Full Stack Configuration. In just over fifteen minutes, you’ll see: – Installation of ForgeRock OpenDJ – Deployment of ForgeRock OpenAM – Configuration of OpenDJ as an Identity Repository inContinue Reading

Merry Christmas! For those interested to know how to configure Roles in ForgeRock OpenIDM, here’s my Christmas gift. A video at the end of this post will walk you through the installation of both ForgeRock OpenIDM and ForgeRock OpenDJ, configure the latter as an external resource in OpenIDM, performing reconciliationContinue Reading

ForgeRock OpenIDM, very simply put, manages the identity, not necessarily of users all the time. In a short video demonstration that follows, I’ve taken efforts to show you a very simple user provisioning workflow in OpenIDM. When an employee in an organization initiates an onboard contract, the workflow is launchedContinue Reading

I’ve already posted some entries around the ForgeRock OpenIDM, direct links to which are appended below in case you are interested: – ForgeRock OpenIDM Installation In a Linux Container” – ForgeRock OpenIDM Integration with ForgeRock OpenDJ – Setting up ForgeRock OpenIDM with MySQL – Configuring ForgeRock OpenIDM in a ClusterContinue Reading

On this site, I’ve written another couple of posts around ForgeRock OpenIDM. If you’re not familiar with OpenIDM, I’d recommend reading/watching those (mentioned below), before viewing the video log embedded at the end of this post. – ForgeRock OpenIDM Installation In a Linux Container – Forge Rock OpenIDM with MySQLContinue Reading

ForgeRock OpenIDM comes bundled with OrientDB. But the use of OrientDB as an internal repository for OpenIDM is not recommended in a production environment. A list of supported JDBC repositories for production use with OpenIDM can be found here. In this post, you’ll find a screen-cast that demonstrates the configurationContinue Reading