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Oracle® Database Enterprise User Security Administrator's Guide
12c Release 1 (12.1)

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A

Active Directory Integration, C.1
ATTENTION_DESCRIPTION column, A.2.2

B

browser certificates, using with Oracle Wallet Manager, 6.5.2.4

C

CASCADE parameter, A.2.3
CASCADE_FLAG column, A.2.2, A.2.2.1
certificate
browser, using with Oracle Wallet Manager, 6.5.2.4
CONNECT, 1.3, 1.3

D

database links
RADIUS not supported, 1.4
DBPASSWORD column, A.2.2
DBPASSWORD_EXIST_FLAG column, A.2.2, A.2.2.1
directory administrative groups
OracleContextAdmins, 1.1.3.6
OracleDBAdmins, 1.1.3.6
OracleDBCreators, 1.1.3.6
OracleDBSecurityAdmins, 1.1.3.6
OraclePasswordAccessibleDomains list, 1.1.3.6
OracleUserSecurityAdmins, 1.1.3.6
DIRPASSWORD column, A.2.2

E

enterprise user security
components, 1.5
configuration flow chart, 4.1
configuration roadmap, 4.2
directory entries, 1.1.3
enterprise domains, 1.1.3.3
enterprise roles, 1.1.3.2
enterprise users, 1.1.3.1
mapping, 1.2.3
global roles, 1.1.3.2
overview, 1.1
shared schemas, 1.2.1
configuring, 1.2.2
tools summary, 3.1
using third-party directories, 1.1.2

G

groups
OracleContextAdmins, 1.1.3.6
OracleDBAdmins, 1.1.3.6
OracleDBCreators, 1.1.3.6
OracleDBSecurityAdmins, 1.1.3.6
OraclePasswordAccessibleDomains list, 1.1.3.6
OracleUserSecurityAdmins, 1.1.3.6

I

Internet Explorer certificates
using with Oracle Wallet Manager, 6.5.2.4

K

KERBEROS_PNAME column, A.2.2

L

LDAP directories
donwloading Oracle wallets from, 6.4.8
Oracle Wallet support of, 6.1.9
uploading Oracle wallets to, 6.4.7

M

MAPPING_LEVEL column, A.2.2, A.2.2.1
MAPPING_TYPE column, A.2.2, A.2.2.1
Microsoft Internet Explorer certificates
using with Oracle Wallet Manager, 6.5.2.4
Microsoft Windows Registry
wallet storage, 6.1.4
mkstore utility, 4.5.3.1

N

NEEDS_ATTENTION_FLAG column, A.2.2
Netscape certificates
using with Oracle Wallet Manager, 6.5.2.4
nickname, 4.3

O

OLD_SCHEMA_TYPE column, A.2.2
ORA-28885 error, 6.1.8
Oracle Applications wallet location, 6.4.11
Oracle Internet Directory
version supported by Enterprise User Security, 1.1.2
Oracle JDBC OCI driver
used by user migration utility, A.2
Oracle Wallet Manager
about, 6.1.1
backward compatibility, 6.1.6
importing PKCS #7 certificate chains, 6.5.2.3
KeyUsage extension, 6.1.8
LDAP directory support, 6.1.9
Microsoft Windows Registry wallet storage, 6.1.4
multiple certificate support, 6.1.8
password management, 6.1.2
public key cryptography standards support, 6.1.7
starting, 6.2
strong wallet encryption, 6.1.3
Oracle wallets
auto login
about, 6.4.14.1
disabling, 6.4.14.3
enabling, 6.4.14.2
certificates
about, 6.5.1
certificates, trusted
exporting all certificates, 6.5.3.4
exporting single certificate, 6.5.3.3
importing, 6.5.3.1
importing file with, 6.5.3.1
removing, 6.5.3.2
text-only (BASE64), copying and pasting, 6.5.3.1
certificates, user
about, 6.5.2.1
adding certificate request, 6.5.2.2
exporting, 6.5.2.7
importing from email text, 6.5.2.3
importing from file, 6.5.2.3
importing from third-party tools, 6.5.2.4
importing into wallet, 6.5.2.3
importing third-parties, 6.5.2.4
removing certificate request, 6.5.2.6
removing from wallet, 6.5.2.5
saving, 6.5.2.8
closing, 6.4.4
creating hardware security wallet, 6.4.2.2
creating standard wallet, 6.4.2.1
deleting, 6.4.12
downloading from LDAP directories, 6.4.8
exporting to non-PKCS#12 tools, 6.4.6
exporting to third-party environments, 6.4.5
general process for creating, 6.3
managing, 6.4
opening, 6.4.3
Oracle Applications wallet location, 6.4.11
password guidelines, 6.4.1
passwords, changing, 6.4.13
saving changes to, 6.4.9
saving to new location, 6.4.10
saving to system default directory, 6.4.11
SSL wallet location, 6.4.2.1, 6.4.11
uploading to LDAP directories, 6.4.7
OracleContextAdmins directory group, 1.1.3.6
defined, Glossary
OracleDBAdmins directory group, 1.1.3.6
concepts, 1.1.3.4
defined, Glossary
OracleDBCreators directory group, 1.1.3.6
defined, Glossary
OracleDBSecurityAdmins directory group, 1.1.3.6
defined, Glossary
OraclePasswordAccessibleDomains list directory group, 1.1.3.6
defined, Glossary
OracleUserSecurityAdmins directory group, 1.1.3.6
defined, Glossary
ORCL_GLOBAL_USR_MIGRATION_DATA interface table, A.2.1.1
access to, A.2.2
ATTENTION_DESCRIPTION column, A.2.2
CASCADE_FLAG column, A.2.2, A.2.2.1
DBPASSWORD column, A.2.2
DBPASSWORD_EXIST_FLAG column, A.2.2, A.2.2.1
DIRPASSWORD column, A.2.2
KERBEROS_PNAME column, A.2.2
MAPPING_LEVEL column, A.2.2, A.2.2.1
MAPPING_TYPE column, A.2.2, A.2.2.1
NEEDS_ATTENTION_FLAG column, A.2.2
OLD_SCHEMA_TYPE column, A.2.2
PASSWORD_VERIFIER column, A.2.2
PHASE_COMPLETED column, A.2.2, A.2.2.1
SHARED_SCHEMA column, A.2.2, A.2.2.1
USERDN column, A.2.2, A.2.2.1
USERDN_EXIST_FLAG column, A.2.2, A.2.2.1
USERNAME column, A.2.2

P

Password Policies, 1.1.3.7
PASSWORD_VERIFIER column, A.2.2
passwords
Oracle wallets, guidelines for, 6.4.1
PHASE_COMPLETED column, A.2.2, A.2.2.1
PKCS #7 certificate chain, 6.5.2.3
difference from X.509 certificate, 6.5.2.3
proxy
connect, 1.3, 1.3
public key cryptography standards support
Oracle wallets, 6.1.7

R

RADIUS
database links not supported, 1.4

S

shared schemas, 1.2.2
SHARED_SCHEMA column, A.2.2, A.2.2.1
SSL External Users Conversion Script, B.1
SSL wallet location, 6.4.2.1, 6.4.11
SYS schema, A.2.1.1

U

Upgrade EUS, D.1
user migration utility
access to interface table, A.2.2
accessing help, A.6.1
ATTENTION_DESCRIPTION column, A.2.2
CASCADE parameter, A.2.3
CASCADE_FLAG column, A.2.2, A.2.2.1
certificate authenticated users, A.2.4
DBPASSWORD column, A.2.2
DBPASSWORD_EXIST_FLAG column, A.2.2, A.2.2.1
directory location of utility, A.3
DIRPASSWORD column, A.2.2
example
parameter text file (par.txt), A.7.3
users list text file (usrs.txt), A.7.3
using CASCADE=NO, A.7.2
using CASCADE=YES, A.7.2.1.2
using MAPSCHEMA=PRIVATE, A.7.1
using MAPSCHEMA=SHARED, A.7.2
using MAPTYPE options, A.7.2.2
using PARFILE, USERSFILE, and LOGFILE parameters, A.7.3
KERBEROS_PNAME column, A.2.2
LOGFILE precedence, A.7.3
MAPPING_LEVEL column, A.2.2, A.2.2.1
MAPPING_TYPE column, A.2.2, A.2.2.1
MAPSCHEMA parameter
PRIVATE, A.6.11
SHARED, A.6.11
MAPTYPE parameter
DB mapping type, A.6.12
DOMAIN mapping type, A.6.12
ENTRY mapping level, A.6.12
SUBTREE mapping level, A.6.12, A.7.2.2.1
NEEDS_ATTENTION_FLAG column, A.2.2
OLD_SCHEMA_TYPE column, A.2.2
ORCL_GLOBAL_USR_MIGRATION_DATA interface table, A.2.1.1
password authenticated users, A.2.4
PASSWORD_VERIFIER column, A.2.2
PHASE_COMPLETED column, A.2.2, A.2.2.1
retrieving dropped schema objects, A.7.2.1.2
shared schema mapping, A.2.3
SHARED_SCHEMA column, A.2.2, A.2.2.1
SSL authentication for current release, A.2.4
SYS schema, A.2.1.1
USER parameter
ALL_EXTERNAL, A.6.7
ALL_GLOBAL, A.6.7
LIST, A.6.7
USERSFILE, A.6.7
USERDN column, A.2.2, A.2.2.1
USERDN_EXIST_FLAG column, A.2.2, A.2.2.1
USERNAME column, A.2.2
uses Oracle JDBC OCI driver, A.2
X.509 v3 certificates, A.2.4
USERDN column, A.2.2, A.2.2.1
USERDN_EXIST_FLAG column, A.2.2, A.2.2.1
USERNAME column, A.2.2

V

viewing the database wallet DN, 4.5.3.1

W

wallets
See also Oracle wallets

X

X.509 certificate
difference from PKCS #7 certificate chain, 6.5.2.3