Page created: 16 Jul 2021 |
Page updated: 19 Jan 2022
You can set up a development environment within the SDK and use it to create a plugin.
- Create a new project directory in the <pf_install>/pingfederate/sdk/plugin-src directory.
In the new project directory, create a subdirectory named
This is where you place the Java source code for your implementation. Follow standard Java package and directory structure layout.
- If your project depends on third-party libraries, create another subdirectory called lib and place the necessary .jar files in it.
Edit the build.local.properties file and set
target-plugin-nameto specify the name of the directory that contains your project.
Run the appropriate target to clean, build, or deploy your plugin.
To display a list of available build targets, run ant from <pf_install>/pingfederate/sdk.
[java] Main targets: [java] [java] clean-plugin Clean the plug-in build directory [java] deploy-plugin Deploy the plug-in jar and libs to PingFederate [java] jar-plugin Package the plug-in jar [java] [java] Default target: helpNote:
Because it packages the .jar files with additional metadata to make them discoverable by PingFederate, we recommend building the project with the build.xml file included in the SDK.