Username Mapping for Client Certificates

I recently had a chance to migrate a basic Client Certificate environment from TAM 6.1.1 to ISAM 9.0.1.0.  If you haven’t looked at Client Certificate mapping – my colleague Phil Nye has a great primer. However – when I checked out the documentation – the Client Certificate mapping page states it is due to be deprecated …

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Junction always marked as “not available”

Ran into an interesting challenge this week.  Created an SSL Junction to a server.  Had the usual warning about untrusted SSL appear – so I added the public key into the pdsrv keystore and that message disappeared.  But the junction was still marked as down.  And no-matter what I did – the junction would stay …

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Blog re-design 2011

All of my regular readers (Hi Mum!) might have noticed that the blog looks all new.  I wanted to find a minimilistic theme that would encourage me to write more.  And so I built it myself. I have to give credit to Mark Pilgrim and his wonderful Dive into HTML 5 book.  I’ve used it …

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Rafting Fun

I had an amazing time in New Zealand.  Almost as amazing as this series of Rafting shots.  The Kaituna River was a lot of fun.

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Autocompleting Australia

So inspired by Very Small Array comes the Autocompletion Map of Australia.  (thanks FlowingData) First up — the first result for VIC/NSW/WA/SA/QLD/TAS/ACT/NT. We’re not looking at the first result — we want to see the first autocomplete suggestion.  This was performed logged into my google account – from an Australian IP Address. Guess what? We …

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Photos of 2010: Mount Mitchell at Sunrise

Easter Sunday I got up before Sunrise to take some amazing photos from the top of Mt Mitchell (The highest peak in the Grampians). A walk up the hill in the dark was fun – and I was rewarded with some amazing views of the fog from the top.

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Photos of 2010: Sunset in Glenelg

With no hotels available in the city itself – I spent a weeks work in Adelaide staying in Glenelg.  Glenelg is great – it makes me think of a family friendly St Kilda.  And the views at sunset are magical.

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