Re: Deploying UAA in cloud.gov does not work as intended
Jesse T. Alford
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I'd like to suggest that if you're trying to provide a service to apps on Cloud Foundry with UAA, you might want to bosh-deploy UAA.
Deploying it to Cloud Foundry is possible, but (and folks from the UAA team, feel free to correct me if I'm wrong here) not nearly as thoroughly tested/integrated/documented.
I figured out what the problem was. The clients attribute that I inserted in the uaa.yml was in the wrong place. It should have been directly beneath the oauth attribute. I had to also uncomment the section on JWT tokens. Once these were done, I was able to use the secret that I created for the admin user and now UAAC is working fine.