Wow, finally !

With some great help from HCL (thanks to the HCL Client Advocacy Program and Gordon Hegfield in person ! ) I was able to master the setup of the OAUTH2 provider for Domino !

So, how is my environment set up ?

Image:IAM dabbeling ... first setup successfully done. Post 1 of many to come....

To set up IAM, I followed the documentation (I will go through these setup steps in later posts):
  • Install Domino
  • set up PROTON
  • set up design catalog
  • secure PROTON using SSL and Authentication (fixing scripts)
  • add person record for technical app user and add certificates
  • Testing with the sample code from the documentation
  • Set up ID-Vault
  • Create IAM Storage Database from template, sign, add to design catalog
  • Register technical user for IAM server
  • Create client certficate for IAM user using the PROTON CA
  • IAM Server Configuration and fiddeling with ports
  • set up credential store
  • configure LDAP
  • configure IDP
  • Setting up IAM Client app and examples
  • Banging head against walls on which certificate to use for OAUTH2_DSAPI_KEYRING= Notes.ini parameter
  • Asking HCL for Help
  • Getting Help within 1 hour !!!!
  • Hussa ! Made it !
    So, bare with me if it might take me a while to write down all my alien encounters on that venture - I will start ASAP.

    Here's what the final result looks like, you can't believe how lucky I feel seeing this finally working.

    Image:IAM dabbeling ... first setup successfully done. Post 1 of many to come....

    Cheers,

    Heiko.

  • Heiko Voigt   |   13 February 2019 13:25:17   |    Domino  Node.js  domino-db  IAM  OAUTH2    |  
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