Implementing #OpenID with Oracle Identity Federation #Identity #OIF

I have a customer that is an Oracle Identity Management shop. They are looking to leverage OpenID to increase the ease of collaborating with internal and external partners as well as to reduce the cost of managing passwords for non-employees. They are also implementing other strategies to reduce the use of passwords in their environment, […]

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Using sed to clean up an LDIF file for import #Oracle #Identity #UNIX

I needed to import a group of users, into Oracle Internet Directory (OID) with attributes in a variety of backend data stores. I used Oracle Virtual Directory to virtualize the data stores into a single ldap view. I used the OVD adapter configuration to specify which attributes I wanted returned. I then exported using the

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Troubleshooting errors starting #OID #11g #Oracle #Identity #LDAP

I have an Oracle Identity 11g environment running on VirtualBox 4.0. This is a development environment that I use to test out various installations and configurations. I noticed the other day that I wasn’t able to start the Oracle Internet Directory (OID) instance. When I checked the log file I can see that I am

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Directory Integration Platform (DIP w/Oracle DB) #oracle #idm #dip #oid

DBImport Profile: (sync w/Oracle DB table) Important Notes: Diptester utility has not been updated for 11g yet. Oracle recommends setting up sync profile to DB by using command line tools instead of EM UI. Where is the profile stored: Profile DN: orclodipagentname=”profile name”,cn=subscriber profile,cn=changelog subscriber,cn=oracle internet directory Which files make up the profile: Profile Name:

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Installing and Configuring Sun #DSEE 6.3 #Oracle #IDM #DS

To quickly install and configure Sun’s Oracle’s Directory Server Enterprise Edition (DSEE) 6.3: Unpack the download (tar -xvzf) CD into the DSEE_ZIP_DISTRIBUTION folder Install the software:./dsee_deploy install -i /opt/ds6 Create a new instance:./dsadm create -p port -P SSL-port instance-path Start the new instance:./dsadm start instance-path Modify the example.ldif and then import (to create a new suffix)./dsconf

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Yum (public) to update Oracle Linux #Oracle #IDM

Updating Oracle Enterprise Linux for Oracle Identity Management (Suite) When installing Oracle Identity Management (Suite) on Oracle’s Enterprise Linux the easiest way to install the required packages is to use Oracle’s public Yum server, There are a couple of quick steps to configure OEL to use Oracle’s Yum Server: Note:  03 January 2013:  I

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Debugging OVD 11g Installation #Oracle #IdM #OVD

I am installing Oracle Virtual Directory 11g on Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.  As the OVD installer ran through it’s Configuration Tools it stumbled on the Create ASInstance step with the following error: Error creating ASInstance asinst_1. Cause: An internal operation has failed.  Unable to validate NonJ2EEManagement Application deployment on admin server. See logs for more

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Oracle OAM Identity Server errors starting on OEL5 #Oracle #IDM #OAM

I am installing Oracle Access Manager on Oracle Enterprise Linux (OEL) 5.  When I tried to start the Identity Server for the first time I received the following error: # /opt/oracle/oam/identity/oblix/apps/common/bin/start_ois_server Using Linux Threading Library. /opt/oracle/oam/identity/oblix/apps/common/bin/ois_server: error while loading shared libraries: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory rm: error while loading

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