ForgeRock OpenIDM 4: Installing a Repository for Production (PostgreSQL))

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ForgeRock OpenIDM 4 uses OrientDB as its default datastore, which is good for learning and evaluation, but not suitable for a Production environment. In an earlier post on this space, we looked at the Configuration of MySQL database as the repository for OpenIDM 4. Picking up from there, because a site that I know of uses PostgreSQL instead of MySQL, made a quick demonstration on setting up OpenIDM 4 with PostgreSQL.

Enjoy!

Related ForgeRock Documentation:
Setting up OpenIDM with PostgreSQL

ForgeRock OpenIDM 4: Installing a Repository for Production (MySQL)

This blog post was first published @ www.fedji.com, included here with permission.

Think of this post as a remake of an earlier one done several months back. Well, just tha, the earlier blog post in reference here was based on a now older version of OpenIDM, ForgeRock‘s Identity Management Solution. As always, I’m grateful to the ForgeRock documentation team for a clean write up on the Configuration of MySQL as a repository for ForgeRock OpenIDM 4.

Related Video/Documentation:
Video – Setting Up ForgeRock OpenIDM with MySQL (OpenIDM 3.x)
Documentation – Setting up OpenIDM with MySQL