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第2章 Installing and configuring RH-SSO

A realm is a security policy domain defined for a web or application server. Security realms are used to restrict access for different application resources. You should create a new realm whether your RH-SSO instance is private or shared with other products. You can keep the master realm as a place for super administrators to create and manage the realms in your system. If you are integrating with an RH-SSO instance that is shared with other product installations to achieve single sign-on with those applications, all of those applications must use the same realm. To create an RH-SSO realm, download, install, and configure RH-SSO 7.2.


If Business Central and Process Server are installed on different servers, complete this procedure on both servers.


  1. Navigate to the Software Downloads page in the Red Hat Customer Portal (login required), and select the product and version from the drop-down options:

    • Product: Red Hat Single Sign-On
    • Version: 7.2
  2. Download Red Hat Single Sign-on 7.2.0 Server (
  3. To install and configure a basic RH-SSO standalone server, follow the instructions in the "Installing and Booting" chapter of the Red Hat Single Sign On Getting Started Guide. For advanced settings for production environments, see the Red Hat Single Sign On Server Administration Guide.


    If you want to run both RH-SSO and Red Hat Process Automation Manager servers on the same system, ensure that you avoid port conflicts. by doing one of the following:

    • Update the RHSSO_HOME/standalone/configuration/standalone.xml file and set a port offset to 100. For example:

      <socket-binding-group name="standard-sockets" default-interface="public" port-offset="${jboss.socket.binding.port-offset:100}">
    • Use an environment variable to run the server:

      bin/ -Djboss.socket.binding.port-offset=100