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Need help configuring Sun Java Access Manager for single sign on

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Hi, I am newbie to Sun Java Access Manager and my project has this new addition.

I am working on JBoss server. I have read quite a number of articles on it and came to this point. There are two files amAgent.xml where you would define different policies. And in amAuth.xml you define the different userid and password. So whenever anyone logs in, you define in your web.xml that the policy agent checks that if the user already has a session token, if not, it sends a page from Amserver for login.html. From there it is authenticated using LDAP and if the authentication is successful, and if the user is accessing a protected resource which has policy agent configured, then the policy is checked that whether he is allowed to access the URL and under what conditions. But, here i am not exactly sure about which files it is configured, etc. Please help me here.
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