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You do not need to be an Open AM wizard to learn something from this guide, though a background in access management and developing web applications or developing for web and application servers can help.Client applications can also be allowed to manage authorization policies.Client application integration with Open AM can be coupled loosely, as in the case of an application running in a web server with an Open AM policy agent to handle interaction with Open AM service, more directly, as in the case where the client interacts with Open AM over protocol, or tightly, as in the case of an application using the Open AM Java or C API to interact with Open AM services.For details, visit https:// or send an email to Forge Rock at [email protected] policy agents and standards support make it possible for applications to use Open AM for access management without changing your code, some deployments require tighter integration, or direct use of supported protocols and Open AM APIs.
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Open AM supports a range of protocols and APIs that allow you not only to define specifically how access is managed in your client applications, but also to extend Open AM capabilities to meet even those deployment requirements not yet covered in Open AM.