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From Antonio Sanso <asa...@adobe.com>
Subject Re: Testing Amber client with local Auth and Resource server
Date Wed, 19 Sep 2012 13:41:01 GMT
Hi Chris,

if you have applied the patch you should "forget" about Smart Gallery and use the "Generic
OAuth2 Application" .
As long as I know "Smart Gallery" scenario it is used to test other things (dynamic registration



On Sep 19, 2012, at 3:33 PM, Chris Kruk wrote:

Hi Antonio,

I've applied this patch which gave me just a generic form which still
relays on external Authorization and Resource server, BTW "Smart
Gallery" is still failing with the same error. Could you point me to a
test suite which uses a local (Amber) Authorization&Resource server or
refer to my first email in this topic please? From your documentation
is seems this is possible and it would be nice to test this

Many thanks,

On 19 September 2012 13:30, Chris Kruk <chris.kruk@googlemail.com<mailto:chris.kruk@googlemail.com>>
Thanks Antonio. Is this patch in the latest revision 1387543, if yes
I've done my test against this patched version already.


On 19 September 2012 11:57, Chris Kruk <chris.kruk@googlemail.com<mailto:chris.kruk@googlemail.com>>
Dear Amber Developers,

I've already done enough tests with Github configuration and I'm happy
with the outcome. I'd like to start doing some additional tests with a
scenario when Authorization and Resource server is native to Apache
Amber. I guess this scenario has been covered in client demo under
"Smart Gallery" where Authorization and Resource server are local to
the Amber application. Unfortunately when I try to use Smart Gallery
in step 0 to register application it failes with:
2012-09-19 11:43:27.870:WARN::/register
java.net.ConnectException: Connection refused

When I was going through the source code I noticed that you use
different set of urls for Smart gallery and External applications:
* SMART_GALLERY_REGISTER = "http://localhost:8090/oauthreg/register";
* REGISTRATION_ENDPOINT = "http://localhost:9000/auth/oauth2ext/register";
The same for Auth and Resorce:
* SMART_GALLERY_AUTHZ = "http://localhost:8090/oaut /authorize";
* SMART_GALLERY_TOKEN = "http://localhost:8090/oaut /token";

* AUTHORIZATION_ENPOINT = "http://localhost:9001/auth/oauth2/authz";
* ACCESS_TOKEN_ENDPOINT = "http://localhost:9001/auth/oauth2/token";
* RESOURCE_SERVER = "http://localhost:9003/resource_server";

If I would like to test Amber client with Amber Authorization and
Resource server which endpoints whould I be using? Also how can I add
user name and password or Client ID and Client Secret into Amber
Authorization server. I'd be glad for any link to the documentation or
some hints how to do it. I've already seen this page
https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/AMBER which didn't give me
enough information.

Many thanks,

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