Use theconfiguration parameter to specify the location of a WAR containing Forgot Password functionality. You can specify a WAR that is external or internal to the User Application.
Use either the install procedure or the configupdate utility.
In the User Application configuration parameters, select theconfiguration parameter check box.
For theconfiguration parameter, specify the location for the external password WAR.
Include the host and port, for example http://localhost:8080/ExternalPwd/jsps/pwdmgt/ForgotPassword.jsf. An external password WAR can be outside the firewall protecting the User Application.
For the https:// idmhost:sslport/idm ., supply the path that the external Password Management WAR uses to call back the User Application through Web Services, for example
The return link must use SSL to ensure secure Web Service communication to the User Application. See also Section 7.4, Configuring SSL Communication between JBoss Servers.
Do one of the following:
If you are using the installer, read the information in this step and proceed to Step 6.
If you are using the configupdate utility to update the external password WAR in the installation root directory, read this step and manually rename the WAR to the first directory you specified in Step 6.. Then, proceed to
Before the installation ends, the installer renames IDMPwdMgt.war (bundled with the installer) to the name of the first directory that you specify. The renamed IDMPwdMgt.war becomes your external password WAR. For example, if you specify http://www.idmpwdmgthost.com/ExternalPwd/jsps/pwdmgt/ForgotPassword.jsf, the installer renames IDMPwdMgt.war to ExternalPwd.war. The installer moves the renamed WAR into the installation root directory.
Manually copy ExternalPwd.war to the remote JBoss server deploy directory that runs the external password WAR functionality.
In the User Application configuration parameters, do not select.
Accept the default location for the, or supply a URL for another password WAR.
Accept the default value for.