|Oracle® Access Manager Identity and Common Administration Guide
Part Number E12489-01
Oracle Access Manager provides a simple means for users to modify the way it operates, by changing the content of specified parameter files, also called catalog files. This appendix describes the file format, provides a list of the files, and describes values within them that you can change to customize Oracle Access Manager system operation.
All of the parameter files are located relative to the Identity System installation directory, which could be, for example:
The parameter files can be viewed as belonging to one of several categories, distinguished by the type of parameters they contain:
Parameters that affect the administrative applications: User Manager Admin; Group Manager Admin; Organization Manager Admin.
Parameters that affect the user applications: User Manager; Group Manager; Organization Manager; Asynch Mailer; Password Management; Query Builder; Selector.
Parameters whose effect is common across many applications: the user applications, the administrative applications and the Comm Server (a binary streaming data module).
Parameters that affect Oracle Access Manager interaction with the directory database (DB), further subcategorized as follows: user, group, organization, application, configuration, workflow, and LDAP referential integrity .
Parameters that affect Oracle Access Manager multitier architecture (for example, the WebPass Web application, or the Identity Server engine).
See the Oracle Access Manager Customization Guide for details.