|author||Anubhav Saggi <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Fri Dec 22 12:24:26 2017 -0800|
|committer||Anubhav Saggi <email@example.com>||Fri Dec 22 12:24:50 2017 -0800|
Initial contribution from https://git.io/vbHnC
For more information about Access Control Services, please read the following documentation: https://www.predix.io/docs#IGyNp2eM
This project is licensed under Apache v2.
To build ACS without support for hierarchical attributes and run unit tests
mvn clean install [-P "public-titan"] [-s <maven_settings_file>]
Specify “public-titan” profile to build ACS with support for hierarchical attributes.
To run the service locally without support for hierarchical attributes
To run the service locally with support for hierarchical attributes
The ACS service requires a UAA (User Account and Authentication: https://github.com/cloudfoundry/uaa) service to manage OAuth clients and users used in conjunction with ACS. When running ACS locally, by default the service is configured to trust the local UAA. You can modify the environment variable
UAA_CHECK_HEALTH_URL to correspond to your existing UAA.
Clone the UAA repository from the following url
git clone https://github.com/cloudfoundry/uaa.git cd uaa ./gradlew assemble -x javadoc ./gradlew run -x javadoc --info
The script below starts UAA and ACS, runs the tests, then stops the ACS and UAA services.
./run-integration-tests.sh [-t -s <maven_settings_file>]
Specify -t option to run integration tests against ACS that supports hierarchical attributes.