After you have created your plug-in, you need to configure Access Manager to use it.
Copy the plug-in class file to the Identity Server:
Copy it to the /var/opt/novell/tomcat/webapps/nidp/WEB-INF/classes directory under the correct directory structure as per the class package.
If your class package name is com.acme.ldap.plugin, you need to create the acme, ldap, and plugin directories.
Repeat Step 1.a for each Identity Server in the cluster.
To associate an LDAP Server plug-in with the Custom1, Custom2, or Custom3 directory type, modify the web.xml file on the Identity Server:
In a text editor, open the /var/opt/novell/tomcat/webapps/nidp/WEB-INF/web.xml file.
Add an entry for the ladpStorePlugins context parameter. Your entry should look similar to the following to associate the com.acme.plugin.Sample1Plugin with the Custom1 directory type.
<context-param> <param-name>ldapStorePlugins</param-name> <param-value>custom1:com.acme.plugin.Sample1Plugin</param-value> </context-param>
You can add up to three values, using the following format:
In the Administration Console, configure the Identity Server to use the new directory type for a user store.
Click> > > .
Either select the name of a user store or click.
For the Step 2., select the custom string you have configured in
Complete one of the following:
For a new user store, configure the other required values, then click.
For a modified user store, modify the other options to fit the new directory type, then click.
Update the Identity Server.
(Optional) To verify that the new directory type is functioning correctly, log in to the user portal by using the credentials of a user in the user store.
If you encounter any errors, see Section 3.5, Troubleshooting.