anil at yieldex.com
Wed May 1 01:15:22 EDT 2013
Awesome...any chance we can actually see the code described in the wiki while we wait for this to be merged in?
On Apr 30, 2013, at 9:07 PM, Anil Saldhana wrote:
> Also TicketMonster which we are migrating to JDF eventually.
> On 04/30/2013 06:34 PM, Anil Arora wrote:
>> thanks, really good to see these things. We're pretty excited to use this, especially since Seam 2 is obsolete and Seam 3 disappeared. We had been using Seam 2 for another project and there wasn't a clear path on what developers should do if we start new JBoss based projects.
>> I guess, if I were to vote, I'd love to see more quickstarts around utilizing the OAuth mechanisms that PicketLink is building. I'm sure I could build my own using REST Easy or whatever, but if something's already happening, then why not utilize that, right?
>> On Apr 30, 2013, at 4:59 PM, Shane Bryzak wrote:
>>> There's three quickstarts that have been merged into JDF so far:
>>> picketlink-authentication-jsf - Simple authentication example
>>> picketlink-authentication-idm-jsf - Authentication using Identity Management
>>> picketlink-authorization-idm-jpa - Authorization example based on groups and roles
>>> You can find these in the JDF repo here:
>>> There are also a whole bunch more planned and in progress, which we'll be adding as they are completed. If you have a good idea for a quickstart, please let us know also.
>>> On 01/05/13 08:35, Anil Arora wrote:
>>>> Is there a location for the quickstarts? I've seen references in the emails and on the Wiki roadmap, but I've not seen any discussion about that.
>>>> We're definitely anxious to see how we can utilize PicketLink 3 for our prototypes, including preliminary OAuth 2 support.
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