If you find yourself demonstrating the Fedlet (and, let's face it, who doesn't?), you should find this script useful. Assuming you've deployed OpenSSO to Glassfish via the autodeploy directory and created and deployed the Fedlet, it undeploys both, restarts Glassfish (not that you should really need to, but it's good to start from a safe, known base) and removes the OpenSSO and Fedlet configuration directories. Now you'll be ready to go round the loop again, without any JavaOne 2008-style hiccups 🙂
Anyone working with OpenSSO and/or Glassfish might find some aspects of the script useful; particularly the way it waits until the apps are undeployed before restarting Glassfish. Autodeploy is one of my favorite Glassfish features. Here's the output from the script:
pat-pattersons-computer:~ pat$ ./reset.sh Undeploying the fedlet..Done Undeploying OpenSSO........Done Domain domain1 stopped. Removing Fedlet config directory Removing OpenSSO config directory Starting Domain domain1, please wait. Log redirected to /Applications/NetBeans/glassfish-v2ur2/domains/domain1/logs/server.log. Redirecting output to /Applications/NetBeans/glassfish-v2ur2/domains/domain1/logs/server.log Domain domain1 is ready to receive client requests. Additional services are being started in background. Domain [domain1] is running [Sun Java System Application Server 9.1_02 (build b04-fcs)] with its configuration and logs at: [/Applications/NetBeans/glassfish-v2ur2/domains]. Admin Console is available at [http://localhost:4848]. Use the same port  for "asadmin" commands. User web applications are available at these URLs: [http://localhost:8080 https://localhost:8181 ]. Following web-contexts are available: [/web1 /__wstx-services ]. Standard JMX Clients (like JConsole) can connect to JMXServiceURL: [service:jmx:rmi:///jndi/rmi://pat-pattersons-computer.local:8686/jmxrmi] for domain management purposes. Domain listens on at least following ports for connections: [8080 8181 4848 3700 3820 3920 8686 ]. Domain does not support application server clusters and other standalone instances.