I want to use the OpenAM SDK Client but I can't find it.

This page explains how to deploy the OpenAM Client SDK samples (I'm planning to start there), but it assumes I've already downloaded it.

I can't find it in the OpenAM download section.

closed as off topic by Chris S, Iain, Shane Madden, sysadmin1138 Oct 11 '11 at 22:02

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There is a link to openam_953.zip on that page. Click on the text that says "OpenAM 9.5.3" (Not the SHA, WAR or TOOLS links) It sends you to http://download.forgerock.org/downloads/openam/snapshot9.5/openam_953.zip

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    Thank you for spoon feeding the link since my answer was apparently not detailed enough. – Chris S Oct 12 '11 at 1:10

The Official OpenAM Website has a Downloads section.

Quoting the page you linked to:

If you have not already done so, download and unzip the openam_953.zip file

The Client SDK and samples are then available in the zip-root/openam/samples/openam-client.zip

(corrected for current version of software, 9.5.3 as opposed to 9.0)

  • I'd already checked there, but I couldn't find the client SDK there. (just updated the question about this) – Toto Oct 11 '11 at 20:42
  • There's no openam_953.zip file to download in the OpenAM downloads section. There's an openam_953.war but that's OpenAM, not the client SDK. – Toto Oct 11 '11 at 21:16
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    Or I'll just provide you the link, since you're apparently incapable of finding it within 1" of where you found the .war link: download.forgerock.org/downloads/openam/snapshot9.5/… I apologize for the tone of this comment, but this site is for professionals only and this really isn't even close to complicated. – Chris S Oct 12 '11 at 1:08

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