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Oracle® Fusion Middleware Enterprise Deployment Guide for Oracle Identity Management
11g Release 1 (11.1.1.5)

Part Number E12035-10
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Numerics

64-bit version of Oracle WebLogic Server, 4.5.3

A

Access Manager
See Oracle Access Manager
Access Server
defined, 11.1
Active Directory
creating Oracle Virtual Directory adapters, 9.8.2
adapters
Oracle Virtual Directory, 9.8
admin.mycompany.com virtual server, 2.2.2
application tier, 1.5.2
backing up the configuration, 8.6
scaling out, 20.3.2.2
scaling up, 20.3.1.2
Audit Framework
introduction, 18.5
auditing Identity Management, 18.5

B

backup
and recovery, 20.4
LDAP directories, 10.1
of runtime artifacts, 20.4
of static artifacts, 20.4
of the application tier configuration, 8.6
WebLogic domain, 6.15
boot.properties file
creating, 6.3
updating on IDMHOST1 and IDMHOST2, 19.3

C

certificate
host name verification, 16.3
self-signed, 16.3.1
component
patching, 20.5.2
Configuration Wizard
creating domain with, 6.2
configuring
admin.mycompany.com virtual server, 2.2.2
custom keystores for Node Manager, 16.3.4
database for Oracle Fusion Middleware metadata, 3.2
database repository, 3
firewall, 2.2.6
Node Manager, 16
oid.mycompany.com virtual server, 2.2.2
Oracle Access Manager, 11
Oracle Adaptive Access Manager, 12.2
Oracle Adaptive Access Manager with HTTP server, 12.5
Oracle Directory Integration Platform, 8.1
Oracle Directory Services Manager, 8.1
Oracle Internet Directory instances Oracle Internet Directory
configuring instances, 7.3
ovd.mycompany.com virtual server, 2.2.2
policystore.mycompany.com virtual server, 2.2.2
ports for load balancer, 2.2.2
sso.mycompany.com virtual server, 2.2.2
targets for server migration, 17.5
virtual hosts, 5.2
virtual server names on load balancer, 2.2.2
Configuring Oracle Access Manager with Web Tier, 14.10
connection
component and firewall timeout values, 2.2.4
creating domain, 6
credential store
reassociating with Oracle Internet Directory, 10.3.2
custom keystores, 16.3.4, 16.3.6

D

data source, 17.2
database
adding a service, 3.2.2
connections, timeout and, 2.2.4
CREATE_SERVICE subprogram, 3.2.2
creating services, 3.2.2
Oracle Real Application Clusters, 3.1
required, 3
starting a service, 3.2.2
versions, 3
deployment
managing, 20
Directory Integration Platform
installing, 8.2.1
directory structure
recommendations, 2.4.2
terminology, 2.4.1
directory tier, 1.5.1
scaling out, 20.3.2.1
scaling up, 20.3.1.1
disabling host name verification, 6.7
DNS, virtual server names and, 2.2.2
DOMAIN directory
defined, 2.4.1

E

enabling WebLogic plug-in, 6.12
enterprise
topologies, 1.4
enterprise architecture, 1.5.2.1
enterprise deployment
hardware requirements, 2.1
high availability, 1.3.2
other recommendations, 20.7
patching, 20.5
port assignment, 2.2.6
ports used, 2.2.6
scaling, 20.3
scaling out, 20.3.2
scaling up, 20.3.1
security, 1.3.1
environment privileges, 17.4
etc/services file, 8.1

F

file
etc/services, 8.1
firewall
configuring, 2.2.6
dropped connections and, 2.2.4
Fusion Middleware components
installing, 4.5.1
Fusion Middleware home
installing, 4.5.2

G

generating self-signed certificates, 16.3.1
grid servers, 1.1

H

high availability, 1.5.2.2
high availability practices, Oracle site, 1.1
host name verification
certificate for Node Manager, 16.3
disabling, 6.7
managed servers, 16.3.7
HTTP server
configuring for WebLogic Administration Server, 6.9
installing, 4.4.1
registering with WebLogic Server, 6.10

I

identity keystore, 16.3.2
Identity Management components
stopping and starting, 20.1
Identity Server
defined, 11.1
identity store
usage, 7.1
idmhost-vip.mycompany.com
virtual IP address for WebLogic Administration Server, 2.2.3
iIdentity store
preparing, 10.4
installing
an additional Oracle Directory Integration Platform instance, 8.2.1
an additional Oracle Directory Services Manager instance, 8.2.1
Fusion Middleware components, 4.5.1
Fusion Middleware home, 4.5.2
HTTP server, 4.4.1
Oracle Access Manager, 11
Oracle Fusion Middleware, 4.5
Oracle HTTP Server, 4.4
Oracle Identity and Access Management, 4.5.8
Oracle Identity Management, 4.5.5
software, 4.1
the first Oracle Directory Integration Platform instance, 8.1
the first Oracle Directory Services Manager instance, 8.1
WebLogic Server, 4.5.4

J

Java component
defined, 1.2

K

keystores
custom, 16.3.4, 16.3.6
identity, 16.3.2
trust, 16.3.3
Keytool utility, 16.3.3

L

LDAP
using multiple stores, 11.1.1
LDAP configuration post-setup script, 14.9
LDAP directories
backing up, 10.1
leasing table for server migration, 17.1
leasing.ddl script, 17.1
load balancer
configuring ports, 2.2.2
configuring virtual server names, 2.2.2
required features, 2.2.1
log file for Node Manager, 16.1, 16.2

M

managed servers
custom keystores, 16.3.6
host name verification, 16.3.7
provisioning, 8.3
managing deployment, 20
monitoring
Oracle Directory Integration Platform, 20.2.3
Oracle Internet Directory, 20.2.1
Oracle Virtual Directory, 20.2.2
multi data source, 17.2
MW_HOME
defined, 2.4.1

N

network prerequisites, 2.2
Node Manager, 16.3.1
custom keystores, 16.3.4
described, 16.1
host name verification certificate, 16.3
identity keystore, 16.3.2
log file, 16.1, 16.2
properties file, 17.3
setup, 16
trust keystore, 16.3.3
Node Manager properties file, 16.2
non-OID directories
creating access control lists, 10.4.8

O

ODSEE
Oracle Virtual Directory Adapter, 9.8.3
ODSM
installing, 8.2.1
see Oracle Directory Services manager
oid.mycompany.com virtual server, 2.2.2
Oracle Access Manager
and Oracle Identity Manager topology, 1.4.2
configuring with Web Tier, 11.5
creating identity asserter, 19.1.3
creating users and groups, 10.4.2
defined, 11.1
extending directory schema, 10.4.1
Oracle Access Protocol (OAP), 2.2.5.1
Oracle Identity Protocol (OIP), 2.2.5.1
overview of user access requests, 2.2.5.2
testing server migration, 17.6
topology, 1.4.1
troubleshooting, 20.6.5
Oracle Access Manager 11g
installing, 11
integrating with Oracle Identity Manager, 18.1
Oracle Access Protocol (OAP), 2.2.5.1
Oracle Adaptive Access Manager
configuring, 12.2
creating users and groups, 10.4.3
integrating, 18.2
loading seed data, 12.6
topology, 1.4.3
Oracle Adaptive Access Manger
described, 12
Oracle Directory Integration Platform
configuring, 8.1
configuring the first instance, 8.1
configuring the second instance, 8.2.1
installing the first instance, 8.1
installing the second instance, 8.2.1
monitoring, 20.2.3
post-installation steps, 8.2.2
scaling out, 20.3.2.2.2
scaling up, 20.3.1.2.1
troubleshooting, 20.6.3
validating, 8.5.2
Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition
Oracle Virtual Directory Adapter, 9.8.3
Oracle Directory Services Manager
configuring, 8.1
configuring the first instance, 8.1
configuring the second instance, 8.2.1
console and OHS, 8.4.2
creating connections to Oracle Virtual Directory, 9.7
installing the first instance, 8.1
installing the second instance, 8.2.1
post-installation steps, 8.2.2
scaling out, 20.3.2.2.2
scaling up, 20.3.1.2.1
troubleshooting, 20.6.4
validating, 8.5.1
Oracle Directory Services Manager and Oracle Web Tier, 8.4
Oracle Enterprise Manager
defined, 1.2
monitoring Oracle Directory Integration Platform, 20.2.3
monitoring Oracle Internet Directory, 20.2.1
monitoring Oracle Virtual Directory, 20.2.2
Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control
See Oracle Enterprise Manager
Oracle Fusion Middleware
enterprise deployment functions, 1.1
installing, 4.5
Oracle Fusion Middleware farm
defined, 1.2
Oracle Fusion Middleware home
defined, 1.2
Oracle home
defined, 1.2
upgrading release, 4.5.6
Oracle HTTP Server
installing, 4.4
Oracle Identity and Access Management
installing, 4.5.8
Oracle Identity Federation
configuring, 15.2
described, 15
topology, 1.4.4
troubleshooting, 20.6.7
Oracle Identity Management
installing, 4.5.5
Oracle Identity Manager
configuring, 14.3
creating a multi data source, 17.2
creating users and groups, 10.4.4
defined, 14
integrating with Oracle Access Manager 11g, 18.1
troubleshooting, 20.6.6
verifying server migration, 17.6
Oracle Identity Navigator
configuring, 13.1.2
described, 13.1
Oracle Identity Protocol (OIP), 2.2.5.1
Oracle instance
defined, 1.2
Oracle Internet Directory
backing up, 7.7
component names assigned by installer, 20.2.1.1
monitoring, 20.2.1
scaling out, 20.3.2.1.1
scaling up, 20.3.1.1.1
troubleshooting, 20.6.1
Oracle Real Application Clusters database, 3.1
Oracle Virtual Directory
backing up, 9.10
creating adapters, 9.8
creating Oracle Directory Services Manager connections to, 9.7
monitoring, 20.2.2
scaling out, 20.3.2.1.2
scaling up, 20.3.1.1.2
troubleshooting, 20.6.2
using as identity store, 11.1.2
Oracle WebLogic Administration Server
See WebLogic Administration Server
Oracle WebLogic Server
64-bit version, 4.5.3
creating users and groups, 10.4.5
Oracle WebLogic Server Clusters
See WebLogic Server Clusters
Oracle WebLogic Server domain
See WebLogic Server domain
Oracle WebLogic Server home
See WebLogic Server home
ORACLE_BASE
defined, 2.4.1
ORACLE_HOME
defined, 2.4.1
ORACLE_INSTANCE
defined, 2.4.1
ovd.mycompany.com virtual server, 2.2.2

P

patching
of a component, 20.5.2
of a source file, 20.5.1
of an enterprise deployment, 20.5
performance, enterprise deployment and, 1.1
persistence store, 14.11
Policy Store
preparing, 10.3
policy store
reassociating with Oracle Internet Directory, 10.3.2
policystore, 2.2.2
policystore.mycompany.com virtual server, 2.2.2
pooled connections, timeout and, 2.2.4
port
freeing, 8.1
port assignment, 2.2.6
ports
configuring for load balancer, 2.2.2
used in enterprise deployment, 2.2.6
properties file of Node Manager, 17.3
provisioning managed servers, 8.3

R

RCU
creating Identity Management schemas, 3.3
executing, 3.3
RCU example, 3.3.2
recommended directory structure, 2.4
reference topology, 1.4
registering Oracle Internet Directory with WebLogic Server domain, 7.4.1
registering Oracle Virtual Directory with WebLogic Server domain, 9.4.1
Repository Creation Utility
See RCU, 3.3

S

scaling
of enterprise deployments, 20.3
scaling out
application tier, 20.3.2.2
directory tier, 20.3.2.1
enterprise deployment, 20.3.2
Oracle Directory Integration Platform, 20.3.2.2.2
Oracle Directory Services Manager, 20.3.2.2.2
Oracle Internet Directory, 20.3.2.1.1
Oracle Virtual Directory, 20.3.2.1.2
web tier, 20.3.2.3
scaling up
application tier, 20.3.1.2
directory tier, 20.3.1.1
enterprise deployment, 20.3.1
Oracle Directory Integration Platform, 20.3.1.2.1
Oracle Directory Services Manager, 20.3.1.2.1
Oracle Internet Directory, 20.3.1.1.1
Oracle Virtual Directory, 20.3.1.1.2
web tier, 20.3.1.4
scripts
leasing.ddl, 17.1
wlsifconfig.sh, 17.4
security, 1.5.2.3
self-signed certificate, 16.3.1
server migration
configuring targets, 17.5
creating a multi data source, 17.2
editing Node Manager's properties file, 17.3
leasing table, 17.1
multi data source, 17.2
setting environment and superuser privileges, 17.4
setting up user and tablespace, 17.1
testing, 17.6
service
assigning to an instance, 3.2.2
service level agreements, 1.1
setting up Node Manager, 16
Single Sign-On
validating for Oracle Access Manager, 19.5.6
Single Sign-on
configuring for administration consoles, 19
configuring for administration consoles using OAM 11g, 19.1
SOA
upgrading release, 4.5.6
software installation, 4.1
summary, 4.3
source file
patching, 20.5.1
SSL
configuring ports for LDAP and Oracle Internet Directory, 2.2.2
sso.mycompany.com virtual server, 2.2.2
starting
Identity Management components, 20.1
stopping
Identity Management components, 20.1
Sun Java System Directory Server
creating Oracle Virtual Directory adapters, 9.8.3
superuser privileges, 17.4
system component
defined, 1.2

T

tablespace for server migration, 17.1
TAF settings, 3.2.2
targets for server migration, 17.5
terminology
directory structure, 2.4.1
DOMAIN directory, 2.4.1
MW_HOME, 2.4.1
Oracle Fusion Middleware, 1.2
ORACLE_BASE, 2.4.1
ORACLE_HOME, 2.4.1
ORACLE_INSTANCE, 2.4.1
WL_HOME, 2.4.1
testing of server migration, 17.6
timeout
values, Oracle Fusion Middleware components and firewall/load balancer, 2.2.4
timeouts for SQL*Net connections
preventing, 20.7
topology
enterprise, 1.4
reference, 1.4
topology tiers, 1.5
Transparent Application Failover settings, 3.2.2
troubleshooting
Oracle Access Manager, 20.6.5
Oracle Directory Integration Platform, 20.6.3
Oracle Directory Services Manager, 20.6.4
Oracle Identity Federation, 20.6.7
Oracle Identity Manager, 20.6.6
Oracle Internet Directory, 20.6.1
Oracle Virtual Directory, 20.6.2
trust keystore, 16.3.3

U

upgrading release
Oracle home and SOA, 4.5.6
utils.CertGen utility, 16.3.1
utils.ImportPrivateKey utility, 16.3.2

V

validating
Oracle Access Manager Single Sign-On, 19.5.6
validation
server migration, 17.6
virtual hosts, 5.2
virtual IP address, 2.2.3
associating weblogic Administration Server, 6.1
configuring for WebLogic Administration Server, 2.2.3
virtual server
configuring admin.mycompany.com, 2.2.2
configuring oid.mycompany.com, 2.2.2
configuring ovd.mycompany.com, 2.2.2
configuring policystore.mycompany.com, 2.2.2
configuring sso.mycompany.com, 2.2.2

W

web tier, 1.5.3
scaling out, 20.3.2.3
scaling up, 20.3.1.4
WebGate
configuring, 19.5
defined, 11.1
installing, 19.5
WebLogic
backing up domain, 6.15
enabling plug-in, 6.12
WebLogic Administration Server
associating with virtual IP address, 6.1
configuring virtual IP address for, 2.2.3
failing over, 6.14
front end URL, 6.11
WebLogic Server
creating domain, 6
home defined, 1.2
installing, 4.5.4
WebLogic Server domain
considerations, 2.3
defined, 1.2
registering Oracle Internet Directory, 7.4.1
registering Oracle Virtual Directory, 9.4.1
WL_HOME
defined, 2.4.1
wlsifconfig.sh script, 17.4