[security-dev] PicketLink IDM subsystem

Bolesław Dawidowicz bdawidow at redhat.com
Thu Mar 28 10:18:13 EDT 2013

What Stian is proposing (and it was main reason to send this email) is 
that we extract our work and put it in picketlink as a base for new 
subsystem. Obviously if it matches expectations and goes in same 
direction that you expect.

We don't want to duplicate work. The soon we align the better - and we 
have a bit of time to help right now.

On 03/28/2013 03:05 PM, Anil Saldhana wrote:
> Hi Stain,
>     we will have the subsystem as one of the projects in the PL github.
> That work has to start soon.  So it makes sense  to migrate some of the
> work you have done. Since Pedro did the PL2 subsystem, he will be
> coordinating the work on the PL3 subsystem.
> Regards,
> Anil
> On 03/28/2013 08:23 AM, Stian Thorgersen wrote:
>> As part of our project we need a basic JBoss AS subsystem for PicketLink IDM. We hope to either contribute this to PicketLink, or to be able to replace it with an official subsystem once it's available. If there is any interest in what we've done so far, we would welcome feedback and/or help to complete it.
>> I thought this would be a good time to send this mail as we have something very basic working. It's available on github (https://github.com/stianst/eventjuggler-services/tree/idm). It's the Identity subsystem (identity/impl) that provides the PL IDM subsystem equivalent.
>> To enable the Identity subsystem a deployment adds a dependency on "org.eventjuggler.services.identity", this causes the deployment processors in the Identity subsystem to:
>> * Add a dependency on our PL 3 module
>> * Install CDI extensions that provides the beans from PL jars + a producer for EntityManager that uses an EntityManagerFactory created by the Identity service
>> This in return means that the deployment doesn't have to include PL jars or any PL configuration for the identity store.
>> We have an example application that uses this service. It uses only PL 3 api's for authentication/authorization. That's also available on github (https://github.com/stianst/eventjuggler/tree/idm/).
>> To try it out, first download JBoss EAP 6.1.0.Alpha, then run the following:
>>       git clone https://github.com/stianst/eventjuggler-services.git
>>       cd eventjuggler-services
>>       git checkout origin/idm -b idm
>>       mvn -Djboss.zip=<location of jboss-eap-6.1.0.Alpha.zip> install
>>       build/target/jboss-eap-6.1/bin/standalone.sh
>> If you also want to try the example application run the following:
>>       git clone https://github.com/stianst/eventjuggler.git
>>       cd eventjuggler
>>       git checkout origin/idm -b idm
>>       mvn clean install
>>       mvn -pl ear jboss-as:deploy
>> Now you should be able to open http://localhost:8080/eventjuggler-client and select register and login to check that authentication works.
>> We haven't put to much effort into exactly what we're doing as we wanted some feedback first. A few things that we've been thinking about includes:
>> * Split idm and core into separate subsystems + modules
>> * Allow configuring the identity store (jpa, ldap or file) through JBoss AS management
>> * Support multiple identity store configurations and a mechanism to select which to use for a specific deployment
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