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From "Oliver Wulff (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (FEDIZ-69) Support starting IDP with jetty maven plugin
Date Sun, 23 Feb 2014 12:25:19 GMT

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Oliver Wulff updated FEDIZ-69:
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    Description: 
If you want to test the IDP, you have to build it with Maven and then deploy it to a pre-configured
Tomcat instance with certificates etc. To reduce time in setting all that up, the jetty maven
plugin can be used to deploy the idp and optionally the sts component.

The IDP can be started with:
{code}
mvn -Pstandalone,realm-a,sts
{code}

If you test the REST/JPA layer, you don't have to start the sts as well (profile 'sts').
If you test WS-Federation with the IDP, you must start the sts as well.
The profile 'standalone' means to start jetty embedded. You can launch both profiles in two
different shells (but you must not run 'clean') otherwise you remove the war, db files of
the other IDP.

The following properties are supported idp.https.port, idp.http.port

Default port for profile 'realm-a': 9443, 9080
Default port for profile 'realm-b': 12443, 12080



  was:
If you want to test the IDP, you have to build it with Maven and then deploy it to a pre-configured
Tomcat instance with certificates etc. To reduce time in setting all that up, the jetty maven
plugin should be used to deploy the idp and optionally the sts component.

The IDP can be started with:
{code}
mvn -Pstandalone,realm-a,sts
{code}

If you test the REST/JPA layer, you don't have to start the sts as well (profile 'sts').
If you test WS-Federation with the IDP, you must start the sts as well.
The profile 'standalone' means to start jetty embedded. You can launch both profiles in two
different shells (but you must not run 'clean') otherwise you remove the war, db files of
the other IDP.

The following properties are supported idp.https.port, idp.http.port

Default port for profile 'realm-a': 9443, 9080
Default port for profile 'realm-b': 12443, 12080




> Support starting IDP with jetty maven plugin
> --------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: FEDIZ-69
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FEDIZ-69
>             Project: CXF-Fediz
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: IDP
>    Affects Versions: 1.1.0, 1.2.0
>            Reporter: Oliver Wulff
>            Priority: Minor
>
> If you want to test the IDP, you have to build it with Maven and then deploy it to a
pre-configured Tomcat instance with certificates etc. To reduce time in setting all that up,
the jetty maven plugin can be used to deploy the idp and optionally the sts component.
> The IDP can be started with:
> {code}
> mvn -Pstandalone,realm-a,sts
> {code}
> If you test the REST/JPA layer, you don't have to start the sts as well (profile 'sts').
> If you test WS-Federation with the IDP, you must start the sts as well.
> The profile 'standalone' means to start jetty embedded. You can launch both profiles
in two different shells (but you must not run 'clean') otherwise you remove the war, db files
of the other IDP.
> The following properties are supported idp.https.port, idp.http.port
> Default port for profile 'realm-a': 9443, 9080
> Default port for profile 'realm-b': 12443, 12080



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