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11g Release 1 (11.1.1.5)

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18 Integrating Components

This chapter contains the following topics:

18.1 Integrating Oracle Identity Manager and Oracle Access Manager 11g

This section describes how to integrate Oracle Identity Manager and Oracle Access Manager 11g.

This section contains the following topics:

18.1.1 Prerequisites

  1. Ensure that OIM11g has been installed and configured as described in Chapter 14, "Extending the Domain with Oracle Identity Manager."

  2. Ensure that the Oracle Access Manager 11g has been installed and configured as described in Chapter 11, "Extending the Domain with Oracle Access Manager 11g."

  3. Ensure that OHS has been installed and configured as described in Chapter 4, "Installing Oracle HTTP Server."

  4. Ensure that the JTA Transaction Timeout for the domain is 600 seconds or greater. If required update the timeout value by following these steps:

    1. Open a browser and go to the WebLogic Administration Console at: http://admin.mycompany.com/console

    2. Log in to the WebLogic Administrative Console as an administrative user.

    3. Navigate to Services -> JTA.

    4. If the value for Timeout Seconds less than 600, click Lock and Edit, then update the value to 600.

    5. Click Save.

    6. Click Activate Changes.

    7. Stop the Administration Server and the Managed Servers as described in Section 20.1, "Starting and Stopping Oracle Identity Management Components."

    8. Start the Administration Server using Node Manager as described in Section 20.1, "Starting and Stopping Oracle Identity Management Components."

    9. Start the Managed Servers in your domain using the WebLogic Administration Console as described in Section 20.1, "Starting and Stopping Oracle Identity Management Components."

18.1.2 Copying OAM Keystore Files to OIMHOST1 and OIMHOST2

If you are using Oracle Access Manager with the Simple Security Transport model, you must copy the OAM keystore files that were generated in Section 11.11, "Creating Oracle Access Manager Key Store" to OIMHOST1 and OIMHOST2. Copy the keystore files ssoKeystore.jks and oamclient-truststore.jks to the directory DOMAIN_HOME/config/fmwconfig on OIMHOST1 and OIMHOST2.

18.1.3 Configuring Oracle Access Manager for Oracle Identity Manager Integration

Before integrating Oracle Identity Manager with Oracle Access Manager 11g, you must extend Oracle Access Manager 11g to support Oracle Identity Manager.

To do this, perform the following tasks on IDMHOST1

  1. Set the environment variables: MW_HOME, JAVA_HOME, IDM_HOME and ORACLE_HOME.

    Set IDM_HOME to IDM_ORACLE_HOME.

    Set ORACLE_HOME to IAM_ORACLE_HOME.

  2. Create a properties file called config_oam2.props with the following contents:

    WLSHOST: adminvhn.mycompany.com
    WLSPORT: 7001
    WLSADMIN: weblogic
    WLSPASSWD: weblogic password
    IDSTORE_HOST: idstore.mycompany.com
    IDSTORE_PORT: 389
    IDSTORE_BINDDN: cn=orcladmin 
    IDSTORE_USERNAMEATTRIBUTE: cn
    IDSTORE_LOGINATTRIBUTE: uid
    IDSTORE_USERSEARCHBASE: cn=Users,dc=mycompany,dc=com
    IDSTORE_SEARCHBASE: dc=mycompany,dc=com
    IDSTORE_GROUPSEARCHBASE: cn=Groups,dc=mycompany,dc=com
    IDSTORE_OAMSOFTWAREUSER: oamLDAP
    IDSTORE_OAMADMINUSER: oamadmin
    PRIMARY_OAM_SERVERS: idmhost1.mycompany.com:5575,idmhost2.mycompany.com:5575
    WEBGATE_TYPE: ohsWebgate10g
    ACCESS_GATE_ID: Webgate_IDM
    OAM11G_IDM_DOMAIN_OHS_HOST:sso.mycompany.com
    OAM11G_IDM_DOMAIN_OHS_PORT:443
    OAM11G_IDM_DOMAIN_OHS_PROTOCOL:https
    OAM11G_WG_DENY_ON_NOT_PROTECTED: false
    OAM_TRANSFER_MODE: simple
    OAM11G_OAM_SERVER_TRANSFER_MODE:simple
    OAM11G_IDM_DOMAIN_LOGOUT_URLS: /console/jsp/common/logout.jsp,/em/targetauth/emaslogout.jsp
    OAM11G_OIM_WEBGATE_PASSWD: webgate password
    OAM11G_SERVER_LOGIN_ATTRIBUTE: uid 
    COOKIE_DOMAIN: .mycompany.com
    OAM11G_IDSTORE_ROLE_SECURITY_ADMIN: OAMAdministrators
    OAM11G_SSO_ONLY_FLAG: false
    OAM11G_OIM_INTEGRATION_REQ: true
    OAM11G_SERVER_LBR_HOST:sso.mycompany.com
    OAM11G_SERVER_LBR_PORT:443
    OAM11G_SERVER_LBR_PROTOCOL:https
    COOKIE_EXPIRY_INTERVAL: 120
    OAM11G_OIM_OHS_URL:https://sso.mycompany.com:443/
    

    Where:

    • WLSHOST and WLSPORT are, respectively, the host and port of your administration server, created in Chapter 6, "Creating the WebLogic Server Domain for Identity Management." This is the virtual name.

    • WLSADMIN and WLSPASSWD are, respectively, the WebLogic administrative user and password you use to log in to the WebLogic console.

    • IDSTORE_HOST and IDSTORE _PORT are, respectively, the host and port of your Identity Store directory.

    • IDSTORE_BINDDN is an administrative user in the Identity Store directory.

    • IDSTORE_USERSEARCHBASE is the container under which Oracle Access Manager searches for the users.

    • IDSTORE_GROUPSEARCHBASE is the location in the directory where Groups are stored.

    • IDSTORE_SEARCHBASE is the location in the directory where Users and Groups are stored.

    • IDSTORE_OAMSOFTWAREUSER is the name of the user you created in Section 10.4.2, "Creating Users and Groups for Oracle Access Manager" to be used to interact with LDAP.

    • IDSTORE_OAMADMINUSER is the name of the user you created in Section 10.4.2, "Creating Users and Groups for Oracle Access Manager" to access your OAM Console.

    • PRIMARY_OAM_SERVERS is a comma separated list of your Oracle Access Manager Servers and the proxy ports they use.

      Note:

      To determine the proxy ports your OAM Servers use:

      1. Log in to the OAM console at http://admin.mycompany.com:7001/oamconsole

      2. Click the System Configuration tab.

      3. Expand Server Instances under the Common Configuration section

      4. Click an Oracle Access Manager server, such as WLS_OAM1, and click Open.

      5. Proxy port is the one shown as Port.

    • ACCESS_GATE_ID is the name you want to assign to the WebGate.

    • OAM11G_OIM_WEBGATE_PASSWD is the password you want to assign to the WebGate.

    • OAM11G_IDM_DOMAIN_OHS_HOST is the name of the load balancer which is in front of the OHS's.

    • OAM11G_IDM_DOMAIN_OHS_PORT is the port that the load balancer listens on.

    • OAM11G_IDM_DOMAIN_OHS_PROTOCOL is the protocol to use when directing requests at the load balancer.

    • OAM11G_OAM_SERVER_TRANSFER_MODE is the security model that the Oracle Access Manager servers function in, as defined in Section 11.6.1, "Changing Oracle Access Manager Security Model."

    • OAM11G_IDM_DOMAIN_LOGOUT_URLS is set to the various logout URLs.

    • OAM11G_SSO_ONLY_FLAG configures Oracle Access Manager 11g as authentication only mode or normal mode, which supports authentication and authorization.

      If OAM11G_SSO_ONLY_FLAG is true, the Oracle Access Manager 11g server operates in authentication only mode, where all authorizations return true by default without any policy validations. In this mode, the server does not have the overhead of authorization handling. This is recommended for applications which do not depend on authorization policies and need only the authentication feature of the Oracle Access Manager server.

      If the value is false, the server runs in default mode, where each authentication is followed by one or more authorization requests to the Oracle Access Manager server. WebGate allows the access to the requested resources or not, based on the responses from the Oracle Access Manager server.

    • OAM11G_SERVER_LBR_HOST is the name of the load balancer fronting your site. This and the following two parameters are used to construct your login URL.

    • OAM11G_SERVER_LBR_PORT is the port that the load balancer is listening on.

    • OAM11G_SERVER_LBR_PROTOCOL is the URL prefix to use.

    • COOKIE_DOMAIN is the domain in which the WebGate functions.

    • WEBGATE_TYPE is the type of WebGate agent you want to create. Valid values are ohsWebgate10g and ohsWebgate11g.

    • OAM11G_IDSTORE_NAME is the name of the Identity Store. If you already have an Identity Store in place which is different from the default created by this tool, set this parameter to the name of that Identity Store.

    • OAM11G_OIM_OHS_URL is the URL used to access OIM when accessing through the load balancer.

  3. Configure Oracle Access Manager using the command idmConfigTool, which is located at IAM_ORACLE_HOME/idmtools/bin.

    Note:

    When you run the idmConfigTool, it creates or appends to the file idmDomainConfig.param. This file is generated in the same directory that the idmConfigTool is run from. To ensure that each time the tool is run, the same file is appended to, always run the idmConfigTool from the directory:

    IAM_ORACLE_HOME/idmtools/bin

    The syntax of the command on Linux is:

    idmConfigTool.sh -configOAM input_file=configfile 
    

    The syntax on Windows is:

    idmConfigTool.bat -configOAM input_file=configfile 
    

    For example:

    idmConfigTool.sh -configOAM input_file=config_oam2.props
    

    When the command runs, you are prompted to enter the password of the account you are connecting to the Identity Store with. You are also asked to specify the passwords you want to assign to the accounts:

    • IDSTORE_PWD_OAMSOFTWAREUSER

    • IDSTORE_PWD_OAMADMINUSER

    Sample command output:

    Enter ID Store Bind DN password: 
    Enter User Password for IDSTORE_PWD_OAMSOFTWAREUSER: 
    Confirm User Password for IDSTORE_PWD_OAMSOFTWAREUSER: 
    Enter User Password for IDSTORE_PWD_OAMADMINUSER: 
    Confirm User Password for IDSTORE_PWD_OAMADMINUSER: 
    The tool has completed its operation. Details have been logged to automation.log
    
  4. Check the log file for any errors or warnings and correct them

  5. Restart WebLogic Administration Server, as described in Section 20.1, "Starting and Stopping Oracle Identity Management Components."

18.1.4 Updating Existing LDAP Users with Required Object Classes

You must update existing LDAP users with the object classes OblixPersonPwdPolicy, OIMPersonPwdPolicy, and OblixOrgPerson.

Note:

This is not required in the case of a fresh setup where you do not have any existing users.

On IDMHOST1, create a properties file for the integration called user.props, with the following contents:

IDSTORE_HOST: idstore.mycompany.com
IDSTORE_PORT: 389
IDSTORE_ADMIN_USER: cn=orcladmin
IDSTORE_USERSEARCHBASE: cn=Users,dc=mycompany,dc=com
IDSTORE_GROUPSEARCHBASE: cn=Groups,dc=mycompany,dc=com
PASSWORD_EXPIRY_PERIOD: 7300

Set the environment variables: MW_HOME, JAVA_HOME, IDM_HOME and ORACLE_HOME.

Set IDM_HOME to IDM_ORACLE_HOME.

Set ORACLE_HOME to IAM_ORACLE_HOME.

Upgrade existing LDAP, using the command idmConfigTool, which is located at: IAM_ORACLE_HOME/idmtools/bin

Note:

When you run the idmConfigTool, it creates or appends to the file idmDomainConfig.param. This file is generated in the same directory that the idmConfigTool is run from. To ensure that each time the tool is run, the same file is appended to, always run the idmConfigTool from the directory:

IAM_ORACLE_HOME/idmtools/bin

The syntax of the command is:

idmConfigTool.sh - upgradeLDAPUsersForSSO input_file=configfile

on Linux and UNIX-based operating systems and

idmConfigTool.bat -upgradeLDAPUsersForSSO input_file=configfile

on Windows.

For example:

idmConfigTool.sh -upgradeLDAPUsersForSSO input_file=user.props

When prompted, enter the following information:

  • The password of the user you are using to connect to your Identity Store.

  • The directory type: OVD if you are using Oracle Virtual Directory, otherwise OID

Sample output:

Enter LDAP admin user password:
 
 
********* Upgrading LDAP Users With OAM ObjectClasses *********

Enter Directory Type[OID]: OVD
 
Completed loading user inputs for - LDAP connection info
 
Completed loading user inputs for - LDAP Upgrade
 
Upgrading ldap users at - cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com
 
Parsing - cn=readOnlyUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com
 
objectclass OIMPersonPwdPolicy not present in cn=readOnlyUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com. Seeding it
 
objectclass OblixOrgPerson not present in cn=readOnlyUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com. Seeding it
 
objectclass OblixPersonPwdPolicy not present in cn=readOnlyUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com. Seeding it
 
obpasswordexpirydate added in cn=readOnlyUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com
 
Parsing - cn=readWriteUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com
 
objectclass OIMPersonPwdPolicy not present in cn=readWriteUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com. Seeding it
 
objectclass OblixOrgPerson not present in cn=readWriteUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com. Seeding it
 
objectclass OblixPersonPwdPolicy not present in cn=readWriteUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com. Seeding it
 
obpasswordexpirydate added in cn=readWriteUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com
 
Parsing - cn=weblogic,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com
 
objectclass OIMPersonPwdPolicy not present in cn=weblogic,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com. Seeding it
 
objectclass OblixOrgPerson not present in cn=weblogic,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com. Seeding it
 
objectclass OblixPersonPwdPolicy not present in cn=weblogic,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com. Seeding it
 
obpasswordexpirydate added in cn=weblogic,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com
 
 
Parsing - cn=oamMasterAdminUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com
 
objectclass OIMPersonPwdPolicy not present in cn=oamMasterAdminUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com. Seeding it
 
objectclass OblixPersonPwdPolicy not present in cn=oamMasterAdminUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com. Seeding it
 
obpasswordexpirydate added in cn=oamMasterAdminUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com
 
Parsing - cn=oamSoftwareUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com
 
objectclass OIMPersonPwdPolicy not present in cn=oamSoftwareUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com. Seeding it
 
objectclass OblixOrgPerson not present in cn=oamSoftwareUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com. Seeding it
 
objectclass OblixPersonPwdPolicy not present in cn=oamSoftwareUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com. Seeding it
 
obpasswordexpirydate added in cn=oamSoftwareUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com
 
Parsing - cn=PolStoreROUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com
 
objectclass OIMPersonPwdPolicy not present in cn=PolStoreROUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com. Seeding it
 
objectclass OblixOrgPerson not present in cn=PolStoreROUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com. Seeding it
 
objectclass OblixPersonPwdPolicy not present in cn=PolStoreROUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com. Seeding it
 
obpasswordexpirydate added in cn=PolStoreROUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com
 
 
Parsing - cn=PolStoreRWUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com
 
objectclass OIMPersonPwdPolicy not present in cn=PolStoreRWUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com. Seeding it
 
objectclass OblixOrgPerson not present in cn=PolStoreRWUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com. Seeding it
 
objectclass OblixPersonPwdPolicy not present in cn=PolStoreRWUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com. Seeding it
 
obpasswordexpirydate added in cn=PolStoreRWUser,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com
 
Parsing - cn=PUBLIC, cn=Users, dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com
 
objectclass OIMPersonPwdPolicy not present in cn=PUBLIC, cn=Users, dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com. Seeding it
 
objectclass OblixOrgPerson not present in cn=PUBLIC, cn=Users, dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com. Seeding it
 
objectclass OblixPersonPwdPolicy not present in cn=PUBLIC, cn=Users, dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com. Seeding it
 
obpasswordexpirydate added in cn=PUBLIC, cn=Users, dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com
 
Parsing - cn=orcladmin, cn=Users, dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com
 
objectclass OIMPersonPwdPolicy not present in cn=orcladmin, cn=Users, dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com. Seeding it
 
obpasswordexpirydate added in cn=orcladmin, cn=Users, dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com
 
Parsing - cn=xelsysadm,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com
 
Parsing - cn=xelsysadmin,cn=Users,dc=us,dc=oracle,dc=com
 
Finished parsing LDAP
 
LDAP Users Upgraded.
 
********* ********* *********

See Also:

Oracle Fusion Middleware Integration Overview for Oracle Identity Management Suite for more information about the idmConfigTool command.

18.1.5 Integrating Oracle Access Manager 11g with Oracle Identity Manager 11g

This section describes how to integrate Oracle Access Manager 11g with Oracle Identity Manager

18.1.5.1 Remove Security Providers

If you have previously performed the tasks in Section 19, "Configuring Single Sign-on for Administration Consoles," you must delete the security providers you created in that section.

To do this:

  1. Log in to the WebLogic Administration Console at:

    http://admin.mycompany.com/console

  2. Click Security Realms from the Domain structure menu.

  3. Click Lock and Edit in the Change Center.

  4. Click myrealm.

  5. Select the Providers tab.

    Select the following providers:

    • OVDAuthenticator

    • OIDAuthenticator

    • OAMIDAssertor

  6. Click Delete.

  7. Click Yes to confirm deletion.

  8. Restart the administration server and all managed servers, as described in Section 20.1, "Starting and Stopping Oracle Identity Management Components."

18.1.5.2 Integrating Oracle Access Manager with Oracle Identity Manager by Using idmConfigTool

To integrate Oracle Access Manager 11g with Oracle Identity Manager perform the following steps on IDMHOST1:

  1. Set the Environment Variables: MW_HOME, JAVA_HOME, IDM_HOME, and ORACLE_HOME, for example:

    export IDM_HOME=IDM_ORACLE_HOME
    export ORACLE_HOME=IAM_ORACLE_HOME
    
  2. Create a properties file for the integration called oimitg.props, with the following contents:

    LOGINURI: /${app.context}/adfAuthentication
    LOGOUTURI: /oamsso/logout.html
    AUTOLOGINURI: None
    ACCESS_SERVER_HOST: OAMHOST1.mycompany.com
    ACCESS_SERVER_PORT: 5575
    ACCESS_GATE_ID: Webgate_IDM
    COOKIE_DOMAIN: .mycompany.com
    COOKIE_EXPIRY_INTERVAL: 120
    OAM_TRANSFER_MODE: simple
    WEBGATE_TYPE: ohsWebgate10g
    SSO_ENABLED_FLAG: true
    IDSTORE_PORT: 389
    IDSTORE_HOST: idstore.mycompany.com
    IDSTORE_DIRECTORYTYPE: OID or OVD 
    IDSTORE_ADMIN_USER: cn=oamLDAP,cn=Users,dc=mycompany,dc=com
    IDSTORE_USERSEARCHBASE: cn=Users,dc=mycompany,dc=com
    IDSTORE_GROUPSEARCHBASE: cn=Groups,dc=mycompany,dc=com
    MDS_DB_URL: jdbc:oracle:thin:@(DESCRIPTION=(LOAD_BALANCE=on)(FAILOVER=on)(ADDRESS_LIST=(ADDRESS=(protocol=tcp)(host=OIDDBHOST1-vip.mycomapny.com)(port=1521))(ADDRESS=(protocol=tcp)(host=OIDDBHOST2-vip.mycompany.com)(port=1521)))(CONNECT_DATA=(SERVER=DEDICATED)(SERVICE_NAME=oidedg.mycompany.com)))
    MDS_DB_SCHEMA_USERNAME: edg_mds
    WLSHOST: adminvhn.mycompany.com
    WLSPORT: 7001
    WLSADMIN: weblogic
    DOMAIN_NAME: IDMDomain
    OIM_MANAGED_SERVER_NAME: WLS_OIM1
    DOMAIN_LOCATION: ORACLE_BASE/admin/IDMDomain/aserver/IDMDomain
    

    Notes:

    • Set IDSTORE_HOST to your Oracle Internet Directory host or load balancer name if you are using Oracle Internet Directory as your Identity Store. If not, set it to your Oracle Virtual Directory host or load balancer name.

    • Set IDSTORE_DIRECTORYTYPE to OVD if you are using Oracle Virtual Directory server to connect to either a non-OID directory or Oracle Internet Directory. Set it to OID if your Identity Store is in Oracle Internet Directory and you are accessing it directly rather than through Oracle Virtual Directory.

    • If your access manager servers are configured to accept requests using the simple mode, set OAM_TRANSFER_MODE to simple. Otherwise set OAM_TRANSFER_MODE to open

    • Set IDSTORE_PORT to your Oracle Internet Directory port if you are using Oracle Internet Directory as your Identity Store. If not, set it to your Oracle Virtual Directory port.

    • If you are using a single instance database, then set MDS_URL to: jdbc:oracle:thin:@DBHOST:1521:SID

  3. Change location to: IAM_ORACLE_HOME/server

    cd IAM_ORACLE_HOME/server
    
  4. Integrate Oracle Access Manager with Oracle Identity Manager using the command idmConfigTool, which is located at:

    IAM_ORACLE_HOME/idmtools/bin

    Note:

    When you run the idmConfigTool, it creates or appends to the file idmDomainConfig.param. This file is generated in the same directory that the idmConfigTool is run from. To ensure that each time the tool is run, the same file is appended to, always run the idmConfigTool from the directory:

    IAM_ORACLE_HOME/idmtools/bin

    The syntax of the command is

    idmConfigTool.sh -configOIM input_file=configfile 
    

    on Linux and UNIX-based systems, and

    idmConfigTool.bat -configOIM input_file=configfile 
    

    on Windows.

    For example:

    IAM_ORACLE_HOME/idmtools/bin/idmConfigTool.sh -configOIM input_file=oimitg.props
    

    When the script runs you are prompted for:

    • Access Gate Password

    • SSO Keystore Password

    • Global Passphrase

    • Idstore Admin Password

    • MDS Database schema password

    • Admin Server User Password

    Sample output:

    Enter sso access gate password: 
    Enter mds db schema password: 
    Enter idstore admin password: 
    Enter admin server user password: 
    
    ********* Seeding OAM Passwds in OIM *********
    
    Enter ssoKeystore.jks Password: 
    Enter SSO Global Passphrase: 
    
    Completed loading user inputs for - CSF Config
    
    Updating CSF with Access Gate Password...
    
    WLS ManagedService is not up running. Fall back to use system properties for configuration.
    Updating CSF ssoKeystore.jks Password...
    
    Updating CSF for SSO Global Passphrase Password...
    
    
    ********* ********* *********
    
    
    ********* Activating OAM Notifications *********
    
    
    Completed loading user inputs for - MDS DB Config
    
    Initialized MDS resources
    
    Apr 11, 2011 4:57:45 AM oracle.mds
    NOTIFICATION: transfer operation started.
    Apr 11, 2011 4:57:46 AM oracle.mds
    NOTIFICATION: transfer is completed. Total number of documents successfully processed: 1, total number of documents failed: 0.
    Upload to DB completed
    
    
    Releasing all resources
    
    Notifications activated.
    
    
    ********* ********* *********
    
    
    ********* Seeding OAM Config in OIM *********
    
    Completed loading user inputs for - OAM Access Config
    
    Validated input values
    
    Initialized MDS resources
    
    Apr 11, 2011 4:57:46 AM oracle.mds
    NOTIFICATION: transfer operation started.
    Apr 11, 2011 4:57:47 AM oracle.mds
    NOTIFICATION: transfer is completed. Total number of documents successfully processed: 1, total number of documents failed: 0.
    Download from DB completed
    
    Releasing all resources
    
    Updated /u01/app/oracle/product/fmw/iam/server/oamMetadata/db/oim-config.xml
    
    Initialized MDS resources
    
    Apr 11, 2011 4:57:47 AM oracle.mds
    NOTIFICATION: transfer operation started.
    Apr 11, 2011 4:57:47 AM oracle.mds
    NOTIFICATION: transfer is completed. Total number of documents successfully processed: 1, total number of documents failed: 0.
    Upload to DB completed
    
    
    Releasing all resources
    
    OAM configuration seeded. Please restart oim server.
    
    
    ********* ********* *********
    
    
    ********* Configuring Authenticators in OIM WLS *********
    Completed loading user inputs for - Dogwood Admin WLS
    
    
    Completed loading user inputs for - LDAP connection info
    
    Connecting to t3://adminvhn.mycompany.com:7001
    
    Connection to domain runtime mbean server established
    
    Starting edit session
    
    Edit session started
    
    Connected to security realm.
    
    Validating provider configuration
    
    Validated desired authentication providers
    
    Validated authentication provider state successfuly.
    
    Created OAMIDAsserter successfuly
    
    Created OIDAuthenticator successfuly
    
    Created OIMSignatureAuthenticator successfuly
    
    Setting attributes for OID Authenticator
    
    All attributes set. Configured in OID Authenticator now
    
    lDAP details configured in OID authenticator
    
    Control flags for authenticators set sucessfully
    
    Reordering of authenticators done sucessfully
    
    Saving the transaction
    
    Transaction saved
    
    Activating the changes
    
    Changes Activated. Edit session ended.
    
    Connection closed sucessfully
    
    
    ********* ********* *********
    

    Notes:

    • If you have already enabled single sign-on for your WebLogic Administration Consoles as described in Section 19.1, "Configuring Single Sign-On for Administration Consoles with Oracle Access Manager 11g" when this script is run, you might see the following errors when this script is run:

      ERROR: Desired authenticators already present. [Ljava.lang.String;@7fdb492]
      ERROR: Error occurred while configuration. Authentication providers to be configured already present.
      ERROR: Rolling back the operation..
      

      These errors can be ignored.

    • Note: You might see errors in the log file that look like this:

      ALL: Error seeding SSOGlobalPP credential
      

      This is a bug and the workaround is described in the next section.

  5. Check the log file for errors and correct them if necessary.

  6. Restart WLS_OIM1, WLS_OIM2, and the WebLogic Administration Server, as described in Section 20.1, "Starting and Stopping Oracle Identity Management Components."

18.1.6 Updating Oracle Virtual Directory Authenticator

When configOIM has finished, it will have created an Oracle Virtual Directory authenticator (if you are using Oracle Virtual Directory). This authenticator must be updated, as follows.

  1. Log in to WebLogic console at http://admin.mycompany.com/console

  2. Click Security Realms from the domain structure.

  3. Click My Realm.

  4. Click the Providers tab.

  5. Click the OVDAuthenticator provider.

  6. Click Lock and Edit.

  7. Click Provider Specific tab.

  8. Change the following values:

    • All Users Filter: (&(uid=*)(objectclass=person))

    • User From Name Filter: (&(uid=%u)(objectclass=person))

  9. Click Save.

  10. Click Activate Changes.

  11. Restart the Administration Servers WLS_OAM1, WLS_OAM2, WLS_OIM1, and WLS_OIM2, and any other managed servers that are running.

18.1.7 Manually Creating CSF Keys

  1. Log into Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control at:

    http://admin.mycompany.com/em

  2. Navigate to FARM_IDMDomain - Weblogic Domain

  3. Click IDMDomain.

  4. When the summary screen is displayed, select Security - Credentials from the list.

  5. Click the credential key oim and click Create Key.

    Create the following keys:

    SSOKeystoreKey and SSOGlobalPP are only required if you are using the Simple transport model.

18.1.8 Managing the Password of the xelsysadm User

After you integrate Oracle Identity Manager with Oracle Access Manager, two xelsysadm accounts exist. One is the internal account created by Oracle Identity Manager. The other is the account you created in the Identity Store in Section 10.4.4, "Creating Users and Groups for Oracle Identity Manager."

The xelsysadm account located in the LDAP store is the one used to access the OIM console. If you want to change the password of this account, change it in LDAP. You can use ODSM to do this. Do not change it through the OIM console.

18.1.9 Validating Integration

To validate integration, you must assign Identity Management administrators to WebLogic security groups and install WebGate as described in Chapter 19, "Configuring Single Sign-on for Administration Consoles."

To validate that the wiring of Oracle Access Manager 11g with Oracle Identity Manager 11g was successful, attempt to log in to the Oracle Identity Manager Self Service Console, as follows:

  1. Using a browser, navigate to https://sso.mycompany.com/oim. This redirects you to the OAM11g single sign-on page.

  2. Log in using the xelsysadm user account created in Section 10.4.4, "Creating Users and Groups for Oracle Identity Manager."

  3. If you see the OIM Self Service Console Page, the integration was successful.

18.2 Integrating Oracle Adaptive Access Manager with Oracle Access Manager 11g

This section describes how to integrate OAAM with Oracle Access Manager and Oracle Identity Manager. Once OAAM has been integrated with Oracle Access Manager, you can use OAAM instead of the standard Oracle Access Manager login to validate access to resources. Even though OAAM is performing the authentication, it is authenticating against users in Oracle Access Manager.

When OAAM is integrated with Oracle Identity Manager, Oracle Identity Manager is used to help users who have forgotten their username or password.

This section contains the following topics:

18.2.1 Prerequisites

Before starting this association, ensure that the following tasks have been performed:

  1. Install and configure Oracle Access Manager (OAM) as described in Chapter 11, "Extending the Domain with Oracle Access Manager 11g."

  2. Configure Oracle Access Manager to work with an LDAP store as described in Chapter 11, "Extending the Domain with Oracle Access Manager 11g."

  3. Install Oracle Adaptive Access Manager as described in Chapter 12, "Extending the Domain with Oracle Adaptive Access Manager."

18.2.2 Copying OAM Keystore Files to OAAMHOST1 and OAAMHOST2

If you are using Oracle Access Manager with the Simple Security Transport model, you must copy the OAM keystore files oamclient-truststore.jks and ssoKeystore.jks that were generated in Section 11.11, "Creating Oracle Access Manager Key Store" to OAAMHOST1 and OAAMHOST2. Copy these files to the directory DOMAIN_HOME/config/fmwconfig on OAAMHOST1 and OAAMHOST2.

18.2.3 Registering OAAM as a Third Party Application

If you have configured Oracle Access Manager to use the Simple Security Transportation protocol, you must register OAAM as a third-party application.

To do this, proceed as follows:

  1. From IDMHOST1, start the wlst shell from the IAM_ORACLE_HOME/common/bin directory. For example, on Linux and UNIX-based systems, you would type:

    ./wlst.sh
    

    On Windows you would type:

    ./wlst.cmd
    
  2. Connect to the WebLogic Administration Server using the following wlst connect command:

    connect('AdminUser',"AdminUserPassword",t3://hostname:port')
    

    For example:

    connect("weblogic","admin_password","t3://ADMINVHN.mycompany.com:7001")
    
  3. Run the registerThirdPartyTAPPartner command as follows:

    registerThirdPartyTAPPartner(partnerName = "partnerName", keystoreLocation= "path to keystore" , password="keystore password", tapTokenVersion="v2.0", tapScheme="TAPScheme", tapRedirectUrl="OAAM login URL")
    

    Where

    • partnerName is a unique name. If the partner exists in Oracle Access Manager, the configuration will be overwritten.

    • keystoreLocation is an existing Key Store location. If the directory path you specified is not present, you get an error. On Windows, the patch needs to be escaped, for example:

      "C:\\oam-oaam\\tap\keystore\store.jks"
      
    • password is the password specified to encrypt the key store. Remember this, as you will need it later.

    • tapTokenVersion is always v2.0.

    • tapScheme is the authentication scheme to be updated.

    • tapRedirectUrl is a reachable URL. If it is not, registration fails with the message: Error! Hyperlink reference not valid.

      Note:

      Due to a bug, tapRedirectURL must be an http url. This is changed to https later.

    • tapRedirectUrl is constructed as follows:

      http://OAAM_SERVER_HOST:OAAM_SERVER_PORT/oaam_server/oamLoginPage.jsp
      

      For example:

      registerThirdPartyTAPPartner(partnerName = "OAAMTAPPartner", keystoreLocation= "IAM_ORACLE_HOME/TAP/TapKeyStore/mykeystore.jks" , password="password", tapTokenVersion="v2.0", tapScheme="TAPScheme", tapRedirectUrl="http://oaamhost1.mycompany.com:14300/oaam_server/oamLoginPage.jsp")
      
  4. Copy the file IAM_ORACLE_HOME/TAP/TapKeyStore/mykeystore.jks to the same location on OAAMHOST1 and OAAMHOST2. For example:

    scp IAM_ORACLE_HOME/TAP/TapKeyStore/mykeystore.jks OAAMHOST2:IAM_ORACLE_HOME/TAP/TapKeyStore/mykeystore.jks
    

    Note:

    mykeystore.jks is always created on the WebLogic Administration Server host.

  5. Log in to the OAM Admin Console at:

    http://admin.mycompany.com:80/oamconsole.

  6. Click TAPScheme under Authentication Schemes.

    Click Open.

  7. Change the Challenge URL to:

    https://sso.mycompany.com:443/oaam_server/oamLoginPage.jsp.

    Add the following Challenge Parameter: MatchLDAPAttribute=uid

  8. Click Apply.

  9. Restart WLS_OAAM1 and WLS_OAAM2 as described in Section 20.1, "Starting and Stopping Oracle Identity Management Components."

18.2.4 Adding Password to IAMSuiteAgent Profile

When Oracle Access Manager is installed, a default agent profile called IAMSuiteAgent is created. This profile is used by OAAM when integrating with OAM.

When the IAMSutieAgent profile is first created, it has no password. You must set a password before the profile can be used by OAAM for integration. To do this, proceed as follows:

  1. Log in to the OAM console at:

    http://admin.mycompany.com/oamconsole

  2. Click the System Configuration tab.

  3. Expand Access Manager Settings - SSO Agents.

  4. Click OAM Agents and click Open.

  5. In the search window, click Search.

  6. Click IAMSuiteAgent in the search results. The Agent Properties are displayed.

  7. In the Primary Server list, click + and add any missing Oracle Access Manager servers.

  8. Enter a password into the Access Client Password Field and click Apply.

Note:

Also check that the security setting matches that of your OAM servers.

18.2.5 Validation

To ensure that this integration has been completed successfully, launch the OAM test tool as described in Section 11.10, "Validating Oracle Access Manager." Then proceed as follows:

  1. Connect using the following values:

    • Primary OAM Host: OAMHOST1

    • Port: 5575

    • Agent ID: IAMSuiteAgent

    • Agent Password: Password you assigned to the IAMSuiteAgent profile

    • Mode: Choose OAM security Mode

    • Global Passphrase: OAM Pass phrase, if simple mode is used.

  2. Provide Protected Resource URI

    • Scheme: http

    • Host: IAMSuiteAgent

    • Port: Leave blank

    • Resource: /oamTAPAuthenticate

    Click Validate.

  3. Provide User Identity oamadmin and the password for oamadmin.

    Click Authenticate. If the authentication is successful, integration has been completed successfully.

Perform the same validation on OAMHOST2.

18.2.6 Setting OAAM properties for Oracle Access Manager

Follow these steps on IDMHOST1:

  1. Copy IAM_ORACLE_HOME/oaam/cli to a temporary location. For example:

    cp -r IAM_ORACLE_HOME/oaam/cli /u01/app/oracle/oaam
    
  2. Edit the file oaam_cli.properties, which is located in the directory:

    /u01/app/oracle/oaam/conf/bharosa_properties.

    Set the following property values in the file:

    Parameter Value

    oaam.adminserver.hostname

    ADMINVHN.mycompany.com

    oaam.adminserver.port

    7001

    oaam.adminserver.username

    weblogic

    oaam.adminserver.password

    Password for the weblogic user

    oaam.db.url

    The DBC URL for the OAAM Database. Format: jdbc:oracle:thin:@(DESCRIPTION=(LOAD_BALANCE=on)(ADDRESS=(PROTOCOL=TCP)(HOST=host1) (PORT=1521))(ADDRESS=(PROTOCOL=TCP)(HOST=host2) (PORT=1521))(CONNECT_DATA=(SERVICE_NAME=service)))

    oaam.uio.oam.tap.keystoreFile

    The location of the keystore that was created in Section 18.2.3, "Registering OAAM as a Third Party Application." For example:

    IAM_ORACLE_HOME/TAP/TapKeyStore/mykeystore.jks

    On Windows, you must escape the path. For example:

    "C:\\oam-oaam\\tap\keystore\mystore.jks"

    oaam.uio.oam.tap.partnername

    OAAMTAPPartner

    oaam.uio.oam.host

    idmhost1.mycompany.com

    oaam.uio.oam.port

    The Oracle Access Manager server proxy port. For example: 5575.

    oaam.uio.oam.webgate_id

    IAMSuiteAgent

    oaam.uio.oam.secondary.host

    idmhost2.mycompany

    oaam.uio.oam.secondary.host.port

    The Oracle Access Manager server proxy port on the second Oracle Access Manager server. For example: 5575.

    oaam.uio.oam.security.mode

    This depends on the OAM security transport mode in use. The value can be 1 (for Open), 2 (for Simple), or 3 (for Cert). The default, if not specified, is 1 (Open).

    oam.uio.oam.rootcertificate.keystore.filepath

    The location of the Keystore file generated for the root certificate:

    DOMAIN_HOME/config/fmwconfig/oamclient-truststore.jks

    This is required only for security modes 2 (Simple) and 3 (Cert).

    oam.uio.oam.privatekeycertificate.keystore.filepath

    The location of the Keystore file generated for private key:

    DOMAIN_HOME/config/fmwconfig/ssoKeystore.jks

    This is required for security modes 2 (Simple) and 3 (Cert).


    Save the file

  3. Execute the OAAM CLI tool by issuing the command setupOAMTapIntegration.sh, which is located in the directory:

    /u01/app/oracle/oaam

    export ORACLE_MW_HOME=/u01/app/oracle/product/fmw
    export JAVA_HOME=$MW_HOME/jrockit_version
    chmod +x /u01/app/oracle/oaam/setupOAMTapIntegration.sh
    /u01/app/oracle/oaam/setupOAMTapIntegration.sh
    /u01/app/oracle/oaam/conf/bharosa_properties/oaam_cli.properties
    

    When the command runs, it prompts you for the following information:

18.2.7 Updating Secondary Host Parameter

Log in to the OAAM Admin Console at http://admin.mycompany.com:80/oaam_admin, using the oaamadmin account you created in Section 10.4.3, "Creating Users and Groups for Oracle Adaptive Access Manager."

Then proceed as follows:

  1. In the Navigation Tree, click Environment and click Properties.

  2. Select List Properties from the Actions menu.

    The properties search page is displayed.

  3. Enter oaam.uio.oam.secondary.host.port in the Name field and click Search.

    The current value is shown in the search results window.

  4. In the value field, set the entry to 5575 and click Save.

  5. Restart WLS_OAM1, WLS_OAM2, WLS_OAAM1, and WLS_OAAM2 as described in Section 20.1, "Starting and Stopping Oracle Identity Management Components."

18.2.8 Validating OAAM-Oracle Access Manager Integration

To perform this validation, first create a test resource.

Create a test page called oaam_sso.html on WEBHOST1 and WEBHOST2. The easiest way to do this is to create a file called oaam_sso.html in the directory ORACLE_INSTANCE/config/OHS/component/htdocs with the following:

<html>
<body>
<center>
<p>
<h2>
OAAM Protected Resource
</h2>
</p>
</center>
</body>
</html>

18.2.8.1 Creating Oracle Adaptive Access Manager Policy Groups

These groups are only required if you are planning to include OAAM in your topology.

  1. Log in to the OAM console at http://admin.mycompany.com/oamconsole, using the oamadmin account created previously

  2. From the Navigation Window expand: Application Domains > IAM Suite.

  3. Click Authentication Policies.

  4. Click Create on the tool bar (below the Browse tab.

    Enter the following information:

    • Name: OAAM Protected Resources

    • Authentication Scheme: TAPScheme

  5. Click Apply.

  6. Repeat Steps 1-4 to create a new policy group with:

    • Name: TAP Scheme

    • Authentication Scheme: LDAPScheme

18.2.8.2 Creating a Resource in Oracle Access Manager

Now that you have something to protect, you must create a resource in Oracle Access Manager and assign it to one of the policy groups you just created.

  1. Log in to the OAM console at: http://admin.mycompany.com/oamconsole using the oamadmin account created previously.

  2. From the Navigation window expand: Application Domains > IAM Suite.

  3. Click Resources.

  4. Click Open on the tool bar below the Browse tab.

  5. Click New Resource.

    Enter the following information:

    • Type: http

    • Host Identifier: IAMSuiteAgent

    • Resource URL: /oaam_sso.html

    • Protection Level: Protected

    • Authentication Policy: OAAM Protected Resources

    • Authorization Policy: Protected Resource Policy

  6. Click Apply.

18.2.8.3 Moving TAP Resource to TAP Policy

  1. Log in to the OAM console at: http://admin.mycompany.com/oamconsole using the oamadmin account created previously.

  2. From the Navigation window expand: Application Domains > IAM Suite > Authentication Policies.

  3. Click Protected Higher Level Policy.

  4. Click Open on the tool bar below the Browse tab.

  5. In the Resources window click /oamTAPAuthenticate.

  6. Click Delete.

  7. Click Apply.

  8. From the Navigation window expand: Application Domains > IAM Suite > Authentication Policies.

  9. Click TAP Scheme.

  10. Click Open on the tool bar below the Browse tab.

  11. In the Resources window, click Add.

  12. Select the resource /oamTAPAuthenticate.

  13. Click Apply.

18.2.8.4 Validating Oracle Adaptive Access Manager

Install Oracle WebGate as described in Section 19.5, "Installing and Configuring WebGate."

Access your protected resource using the URL: https://sso.mycompany.com:443/oaam_sso.html. The OAAM Protected Resource is displayed. Log in using an authorized Oracle Access Manager user such as oamadmin. Once you are logged in, the oaam protected resource is displayed.

18.3 Integrating Oracle Adaptive Access Manager 11g with Oracle Identity Manager 11g

OAAM provides a comprehensive set of challenge questions. Its functionality includes:

Oracle Identity Manager also has basic challenge question functionality. It enables users to answer a set of configurable questions and reset their password if they forgot the password. Unlike OAAM, Oracle Identity Manager also has a rich set of password validation capabilities, and it enables policies to be set based on the accounts owned, in addition to simple attributes.

In an Identity Management deployment, best practice is to register only a single set of challenge questions, and to use a single set of password policies. OAAM can be integrated with Oracle Identity Manager so that OAAM provides the challenge questions and Oracle Identity Manager provides password validation, storage and propagation. This enables you to use OAAM fraud prevention at the same time you use Oracle Identity Manager for password validation. When OAAM is integrated with Oracle Identity Manager, Oracle Identity Manager is used to help users who have forgotten their username or password.

This section contains the following topics:

18.3.1 Prerequisites

Before starting this association, ensure that the following tasks have been performed:

  1. Install and configure Oracle Identity Management.

  2. Install Oracle Adaptive Access Manager.

  3. Install and configure Oracle Access Manager.

  4. Integrate Oracle Identity Manager with Oracle Access Manager, as described in Section 18.1, "Integrating Oracle Identity Manager and Oracle Access Manager 11g."

  5. Integrate Oracle Access Manager with Oracle Adaptive Access Manager as described in Section 18.2, "Integrating Oracle Adaptive Access Manager with Oracle Access Manager 11g."

18.3.2 Configuring Oracle Identity Manager Encryption Keys in CSF

  1. Go to Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control at http://admin.mycompany.com/em using a web browser.

  2. Log in using the WebLogic administrator account, for example weblogic_idm.

  3. Expand the weblogic_domain icon in the navigation tree in the left pane.

  4. Select the IDMDomain, right click, and select the menu option Security and then the option Credentials in the sub menu.

  5. Click oaam to select the map and then click Create Key.

  6. In the pop-up window, ensure Select Map is oaam.

  7. Enter:

    • Key Name: oim.credentials

    • Type: Password

    • UserName: xelsysadm

    • Password: Password for xelsysadm account,

  8. Click OK to save the secret key to the Credential Store Framework.

18.3.3 Setting OAAM properties for Oracle Identity Manager

Go to the OAAM Administration Console at: http://admin.mycompany.com/oaam_admin. Log in using the oaamadmin account you created in Section 10.4.3, "Creating Users and Groups for Oracle Adaptive Access Manager." Then proceed as follows:

  1. In the navigation tree, click Environment and double click Properties. The properties search page is displayed.

  2. To set a property value, enter its name in the Name field and click Search. The current value is shown in the search results window.

  3. Click Value. Enter the new value and click Save.

  4. Set the following properties to enable OAAM to integrate with Oracle Identity Manager:

    • bharosa.uio.default.user.management.provider.classname: com.bharosa.vcrypt.services.OAAMUserMgmtOIM

    • bharosa.uio.default.signon.links.enum.selfregistration.url: https://sso.mycompany.com:443/oim/faces/pages/USelf.jspx?E_TYPE=USELF&OP_TYPE=SELF_REGISTRATION&backUrl=https://sso.mycompany.com:443/oim/faces/pages/Self.jspx

    • bharosa.uio.default.signon.links.enum.trackregistration.enabled: true

    • bharosa.uio.default.signon.links.enum.selfregistration.enabled: true

    • bharosa.uio.default.signon.links.enum.trackregistration.url: https://sso.mycompany.com:443/oim/faces/pages/USelf.jspx?E_TYPE=USELF&OP_TYPE=UNAUTH_TRACK_REQUEST&backUrl=https://sso.mycompany.com:443/oim/faces/pages/Self.jspx

    • oaam.oim.csf.credentials.enabled: true

    • oaam.oim.url: t3://oimhost1.mycompany.com:14000,oimhost2.mycompany.com:14000

18.3.4 Setting Oracle Identity Manager properties for OAAM

  1. Log in to the OIM administrative console at: https://sso.mycompany.com:443/oim/self

  2. Click the Advanced link on the self-service console

  3. Click Search System Properties in the System Management Box.

  4. Click Advanced Search below the System Configuration search box.

  5. When the advanced search screen appears click the right arrow (->). Perform a general search. Do not provide a search string.

  6. Click each of the properties shown, then select Open from the Actions menu. Set the value of each property as shown and click Save to save the value.

    Note:

    The property name appears in the keyword column.

    • OIM.DisableChallengeQuestions: TRUE

    • OIM.ChangePasswordURL: https://sso.mycompany.com:443/oaam_server/oimChangePassword.jsp

    • OIM.ChallengeQuestionModificationURL: https://sso.mycompany.com:443/oaam_server/oimResetChallengeQuestions.jsp

18.3.5 Changing Domain to TAP Scheme Protection

Log in to the OAM console at: http://admin.mycompany.com/oamconsole

  1. From the Navigation Window, expand: Application Domains > IAM Suite.

  2. Click Authentication Policies.

  3. Double click the policy Protected HigherLevel Policy.

  4. Change Authentication Scheme to TAPScheme.

  5. Click Apply.

18.3.6 Restarting Oracle Adaptive Access Manager and Oracle Identity Manager

Restart the following Managed Servers as described in Chapter 20, "Starting and Stopping Oracle Identity Management Components."

  • WebLogic Administration Server

  • WLS_OAM1 and WLS_OAM2

  • WLS_OIM1 and WLS_OIM2

  • WLS_OAAM1 and WLS_OAAM2

18.3.7 Validating Oracle Identity Manager-OAAM Integration

Validate that Oracle Identity Manager is integrated with OAAM as follows:

  • Log in to OIM console at the URL: https://sso.mycompany.com:443/oim/self.

    The OAAM login page is displayed.

  • Log in to the OIM console as the xelsysadm user.

    You are prompted to set up challenge questions and OAAM-specific security pictures.

18.4 Integrating Oracle Identity Federation with Oracle Access Manager 11g

Oracle Identity Federation supports two integration modes with Oracle Access Manager: authentication mode and SP mode.

Authentication Mode (IdP)

In the authentication mode, Oracle Identity Federation delegates authentication of the user to Oracle Access Manager.

The user is redirected to an Oracle Identity Federation resource protected by WebGate, that triggers the Oracle Access Manager authentication flow. Once the user is identified, it will access the resource, and WebGate will provide to Oracle Identity Federation an HTTP header containing the user's identity.

SP Mode

In the SP mode, Oracle Access Manager delegates user authentication to Oracle Identity Federation, which uses the Federation Oracle Single Sign-On protocol with a remote Identity Provider. Once the Federation Oracle Single Sign-On flow is performed, Oracle Identity Federation will create a local session and then propagates the authentication state to Oracle Access Manager, which maintains the session information.

This section provides the steps to integrate OIF with OAM11g in authentication mode and SP mode.

This section contains the following topics:

18.4.1 Prerequisites

Before starting this integration, ensure that the following tasks have been performed:

18.4.2 Integrating Oracle Identity Federation with Oracle Access Manager in Authentication Mode

This section covers the following topics:

18.4.2.1 Creating an Authorization Policy in Oracle Access Manager

Create an Authorization Policy in Oracle Access Manager to enable local authorization for Oracle Identity Federation. To create an authorization policy, log in to the OAM console at http://admin.mycompany.com/oamconsole as the OAM administration user. Then perform the following steps:

  1. Click the Policy Configuration tab.

  2. Expand IAM Suite under the Application Domains section.

  3. Click Authorization Policies, and then select Create from the menu.

  4. On the Authorization Policy page, provide the following details:

    • Name: The name of the authorization policy, for example: OIF Local Authorization

    • Description: The description for the policy

  5. Click the Responses tab, then click + to add the HTTP Header Attributes. Enter the following information:

    • Name: Enter OAM_REMOTE_USER as the name. Make a note of this name, as it is used when configuring the Authentication Engines in the next section.

    • Type: Header

    • Value: $user.attr.uid

  6. Click Apply.

18.4.2.2 Creating a Resource in Oracle Access Manager

Create a resource for the OIF URL to be protected by Oracle Access Manager for authentication. To create a resource, log in to the OAM console at http://admin.mycompany.com/oamconsole as the OAM administration user. Then perform the following steps:

  1. Click the Policy Configuration tab.

  2. Expand IAM Suite under the Application Domains section.

  3. Click Resources, and then select Open from the menu.

  4. On the IAM Suite Resources page, Click New Resource to bring up the Resources page.

  5. On the Resources Page, provide the following details:

  6. Click Apply.

18.4.2.3 Configuring the Oracle Access Manager Authentication Engine

Configure Oracle Identity Federation's Oracle Access Manager Authentication engine to protect Oracle Identity Federation with an Oracle Access Manager 11g WebGate. To configure the authentication engine, log in to Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control at http://admin.mycompany.com/em as the WebLogic administration user. Then perform the following steps:

  1. Locate and select the Oracle Identity Federation instance under Identity and Access.

  2. Navigate to Administration, then Authentication Engines.

  3. Select Oracle Access Manager as the Default Authentication Engine from the list.

  4. Click Oracle Access Manager tab.

  5. Select Enable Authentication Engine to enable the Oracle Access Manager Authentication engine.

  6. Enter OAM_REMOTE_USER as the User Unique ID Header.

  7. Do not select Logout Enabled, since the logout will be performed with the Oracle Single Sign-On SP Engine.

  8. Click Apply to apply the changes.

18.4.2.4 Configuring the OSSO SP Engine

You must configure the OSSO SP Engine, even though none of the SP functionality is used. This is required because the Logout flow between Oracle Identity Federation and Oracle Access Manager uses the OSSO SP Engine.

Configure the OSSO SP Engine as described in Section 18.4.3.1, "Configuring the OSSO SP Engine."

18.4.3 Integrating Oracle Identity Federation with Oracle Access Manager in SP Mode

This section covers the following topics:

18.4.3.1 Configuring the OSSO SP Engine

In SP mode, Oracle Identity Federation uses federation protocols to authenticate a user, and then requests the authentication module to create an authenticated session at Oracle Access Manager. Oracle Identity Federation's Single Sign-On SP engine is used for this purpose. The SSO SP engine also provides logout integration. The Oracle Single Sign-On SP engine must be updated with the OAM Server details to enable OIF to send assertion tokens and direct session management to OAM.

To update the Oracle Single Sign-On SP engine, log in to Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control at http://admin.mycompany.com/em as the WebLogic administration user. Then perform the following steps:

  1. Locate and select the Oracle Identity Federation instance under Identity and Access.

  2. Navigate to Administration, then Service Provider Integration Modules.

  3. Select the Oracle Single Sign-On tab.

  4. Select Enable SP Module to enable the Oracle Single Sign-On SP engine.

  5. Provide the following details:

    • Username Attribute: uid

    • Login URL: https://sso.mycompany.com/oam/server/dap/cred_submit

    • Logout URL: https://sso.mycompany.com/oam/server/logout

  6. Select Logout Enabled.

  7. Click Apply to update the Oracle Single Sign-On SP Engine.

  8. Click Regenerate to generate a keystore file. This keystore contains the keys used to encrypt and decrypt the tokens that are exchanged between the Oracle Access Manager and Oracle Identity Federation servers.

  9. Save the keystore file using the Save As dialog.

  10. Copy the keystore file to a user defined location on IDMHOST1, for example, MW_HOME/keystores. This keystore will be used to register Oracle Identity Federation as Delegated Authentication Protocol (DAP) partner in the next section.

18.4.3.2 Updating the Oracle Identity Federation Authentication Scheme in Oracle Access Manager

Oracle Access Manager ships with an Oracle Identity Federation Authentication Scheme. This scheme needs to be updated before it can be used. To update the scheme, log in to the OAM console at http://admin.mycompany.com/oamconsole as the OAM administration user. Then perform the following steps:

  1. Click the Policy Configuration tab.

  2. Expand Authentication Schemes under the Shared Components tree.

  3. Select OIFScheme from under the Authentication Schemes and then select Open from the menu.

  4. On the Authentication Schemes page, provide the following information

    • Challenge URL: https://sso.mycompany.com:443/fed/user/sposso

    • Context Type: Select external from the list.

    Accept the defaults for all other values

  5. Click Apply to update the OIFScheme.

18.4.3.3 Creating an Oracle Identity Federation Authentication Policy in Oracle Access Manager

Create an authentication policy in Oracle Access Manager to enable OIF to authenticate the user. To create an authentication policy, log in to the OAM console at http://admin.mycompany.com/oamconsole as the OAM administration user. Then perform the following steps:

  1. Click the Policy Configuration tab.

  2. Expand IAM Suite under the Application Domains section.

  3. Click Authentication Policies, and then select Create from the menu.

  4. On the Authentication Policy page, provide the following details:

    • Name: The name of the authentication policy, for example: OIF Policy.

    • Description: The description for the policy

    • Authentication Scheme: Select OIF Scheme from the menu

  5. Click Apply.

18.4.3.4 Creating a Test Page

Create a test page to validate that Oracle Identity Federation is integrated with Oracle Access Manager.

Create a file called oif_sso.html on WEBHOST1 and WEBHOST2, in the directory ORACLE_INSTANCE/config/OHS/component/htdocs with the following content:

<html>
<body>
<center>
<p>
<h2>
OIF Protected Resource
</h2>
</p>
</center>
</body>
</html>

18.4.3.5 Creating a Resource in Oracle Access Manager

Create a resource for the Oracle Identity Federation URL to be protected by Oracle Access Manager. In SP mode, Oracle Identity Federation authenticates the user and then propagates the authentication state to Oracle Access Manager. The resource created here is for the purposes of testing.

To create a resource, log in to the OAM console at http://admin.mycompany.com/oamconsole as the OAM administration user. Then perform the following steps:

  1. Click the Policy Configuration tab.

  2. Expand IAM Suite under the Application Domains section.

  3. Click Resources, and then select Open from the menu.

  4. On the IAM Suite Resources page, click New Resources to bring up the Resources page.

  5. On the Resources page, provide the following details:

  6. Click Apply.

18.4.3.6 Configuring Oracle Access Manager to Delegate Authentication to Oracle Identity Federation

The Oracle Identity Federation resources protected by Oracle WebGate are directed to Oracle Access Manager for authentication. In SP Mode, Oracle Identity Federation authenticates the user and propagates the authentication state to Oracle Access Manager. To enable Oracle Identity Federation to authenticate the user, Oracle Access Manager must be configured to redirect the user to Oracle Identity Federation for authentication. This is done by registering Oracle Identity Federation as Delegated Authentication Protocol (DAP) partner with Oracle Access Manager.

Proceed as follows on IDMHOST1 to register Oracle Identity Federation as DAP Partner with Oracle Access Manager:

  1. Ensure that the keystore generated in the previous section is available on IDMHOST1.

  2. Start the wlst shell from the IAM_ORACLE_HOME/common/bin directory. For example, on Linux and UNIX-based systems, you would type:

    ./wlst.sh
    

    On Windows you would type:

    ./wlst.cmd
    
  3. Connect to the WebLogic Administration Server using the following wlst connect command:

    connect('AdminUser',"AdminUserPassword",t3://hostname:port')
    

    For example:

    connect("weblogic","admin_password","t3://ADMINVHN.mycompany.com:7001")
    
  4. Use the registerOIFDAPPartner command to register Oracle Identity Federation as a DAP partner with Oracle Access Manager.

    The syntax is:

    registerOIFDAPPartner(keystoreLocation="path_to_keystore", logoutURL="OIF_logout_URL", rolloverTime="")
    

    where:

    • path_to_keystore is the location of the Keystore file on IDMHOST1, for example: /u01/app/oracle/product/fmw/keystores/keystore

    • OIF_logout_URL is the OIF Server's logout URL. Use

      https://oifhost:oifport/fed/user/spsloosso?doneURL=https://oamhost:oam port/oam/logout.jsp as the logout URL

      Use sso.mycompany.com as the value for oifhost and oamhost.

      Use 443 as the value for oifport and oamport.

    • rollover_time is the rollover interval for the keys used to encrypt ordecrypt SASSO tokens.

    For example:

    wls:/IDMDomain/serverConfig> registerOIFDAPPartner(keystoreLocation="/u01/app/oracle/product/fmw/keystores/keystore", logoutURL="https://sso.mycompany.com/fed/user/spsloosso?doneURL=https://sso.mycompany.com/oam/logout.jsp")
    
    Registration Successful
    
  5. Restart the Administration Server and the Oracle Access Manager and Oracle Identity Federation Managed Servers by following the steps in Section 20.1, "Starting and Stopping Oracle Identity Management Components."

Note:

Once all of the Oracle Access Manager managed servers are shut down, it is not possible to access the WebLogic Administration console. Once single sign-on has been configured, access to the WebLogic Administration console is controlled through Oracle Access Manager, which requires at least one Oracle Access Manager managed server to be running.

18.4.4 Validating Oracle Identity Federation Integration with Oracle Access Manager

Before the configuration can be validated, obtain the provider metadata and register the providers. For the purposes of validating, Oracle Identity Federation will act as both an Identity Provider and a Service Provider.

18.4.4.1 Generating Provider Metadata

Proceed as follows to generate the IdP and SP metadata.

Log in to Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control at http://admin.mycompany.com/em as the WebLogic administration user. Then perform the following steps:

  1. Locate and select the Oracle Identity Federation instance under Identity and Access.

  2. Navigate to Administration, then Security and Trust.

  3. Select the Provider Metadata tab.

  4. Under the Generate Metadata section:

    1. Select Service Provider from the Provider Type list.

    2. Click to Generate metadata for the service provider.

    3. Save the generated file using the Save File option.

    4. Select Identity Provider from the Provider Type list.

    5. Click to Generate metadata for the identity provider.

    6. Save the generated file using the Save File option.

18.4.4.2 Registering the Providers

Proceed as follows to register the IdP and SP providers using the metadata generated in the previous section.

Log in to Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control at http://admin.mycompany.com/em as the WebLogic administration user. Then perform the following steps:

  1. Locate and select the Oracle Identity Federation instance under Identity and Access.

  2. Navigate to Administration, then Federations.

  3. Under Trusted Providers, click Add to add the Trusted Provider.

  4. On the Add Trusted Provider page:

    1. Select Load Metadata.

    2. Click Choose File and select the SP and IdP metadata files generated in Section 18.4.4.1, "Generating Provider Metadata."

  5. On the Federations page, verify that both the providers appear in the list of Trusted Providers.

18.4.4.3 Setting the Default Identity Provider

Proceed as follows to set the Identity Provider registered in the previous section as the default IdP.

Log in to Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control at http://admin.mycompany.com/em

as the WebLogic administration user. Then perform the following steps:

  1. Locate and select the Oracle Identity Federation instance under Identity and Access.

  2. Navigate to Administration, then Service Provider.

  3. For the Default SSO Identity Provider, select the IdP registered above from the list. The Default SSO Identity Provider is under the Protocol Settings section.

  4. Click Apply.

18.4.4.4 Updating the Default Authentication Engine to LDAP Engine

When testing integration with Oracle Access Manager in the SP Mode, you cannot configure Oracle Identity Federation as both the Service Provider and IdentityC Provider for the same resource at the same time. When you test the SP mode configuration, you must set the Default Authentication Engine to the LDAP Engine. You reset it to the Oracle Access Manager once the testing is complete.

This step is not required when configuring the Oracle Identity Federation instances to protect a resource only in the SP mode or in the IdP mode.

To set the Default Authentication Engine, log in to Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control at http://admin.mycompany.com/em as the WebLogic administration user. Then perform the following steps:

  1. Locate and select the Oracle Identity Federation instance under Identity and Access.

  2. Navigate to Administration, then Authentication Engines.

  3. Select LDAP Directory as the Default Authentication Engine from the list.

  4. Click Apply to save the changes.

18.4.4.5 Updating the Default SSO Response Binding

By default, the Default SSO Response Binding is set to use the SOAP protocol. For ease of testing, Oracle recommends updating this parameter to HTTP POST.

To set the Default SSO Response Binding, log in to Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control at http://admin.mycompany.com/em as the WebLogic administration user. Then perform the following steps:

  1. Navigate to Administration, then Service Provider.

  2. On the Service Provider page, select the SAML 2.0 tab.

  3. Change the value for Default SSO Response Binding to HTTP POST. The Default SSO Response Binding is under the Protocol Settings section.

  4. Click Apply to save the changes.

18.4.4.6 Validating SP Mode Configuration

Follow these steps to validate the SP mode configuration

  1. Using a browser, access the protected resource created in Section 18.4.2.2, "Creating a Resource in Oracle Access Manager," for example: https://sso.mycompany.com/oif_sso.html.

  2. Enter the credentials of the weblogic_idm user on the Login page.

    Note:

    This user must have an email address in the mail attribute of the LDAP user record, because the email address is the default NameID format used.

  3. The protected resource is displayed.

18.4.4.7 Updating the Default Authentication Engine to Oracle Access Manager

In Section 18.4.4.4, "Updating the Default Authentication Engine to LDAP Engine," you set the Default Authentication Engine to LDAP Engine for validating the SP Mode configuration. You must set it back to Oracle Access Manager.

This step is not required when the Oracle Identity Federation instances are configured to protect a resource only in the SP mode or in the IdP mode.

To set the Default Authentication Engine, log in to the Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control at http://admin.mycompany.com/em as the WebLogic administration user. Then perform the following steps:

  1. Locate and select the Oracle Identity Federation instance under Identity and Access.

  2. Navigate to Administration, then Authentication Engines.

  3. Select Oracle Access Manager as the Default Authentication Engine from the list.

  4. Click Apply to save the changes.

18.4.4.8 Validating Authentication Mode Configuration

Follow these steps to validate the Authentication mode configuration:

  1. Access the Test SP SSO page at: https://sso.mycompany.com/fed/user/testspsso

  2. Make the following selections on the Initiate Federation SSO page:

    1. Set the value for the IdP Provider ID from the list, for example: Default

    2. Set the value for Authn Request Binding to HTTP POST from the list.

    3. Select Use Default Configuration.

  3. Click Start SSO.

  4. Enter the credentials of the weblogic_idm user on the Oracle Access Manager login page.

  5. The Federation SSO Operation Result page is displayed. Validate that the SSO Authentication Result is successful for the user.

18.5 Auditing Identity Management

Oracle Fusion Middleware Audit Framework is a new service in Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g, designed to provide a centralized audit framework for the middleware family of products. The framework provides audit service for platform components such as Oracle Platform Security Services (OPSS) and Oracle Web Services. It also provides a framework for JavaEE applications, starting with Oracle's own JavaEE components. JavaEE applications are able to create application-specific audit events. For non-JavaEE Oracle components in the middleware such as C or JavaSE components, the audit framework also provides an end-to-end structure similar to that for JavaEE applications.

Figure 18-1 is a high-level architectural diagram of the Oracle Fusion Middleware Audit Framework.

Figure 18-1 Audit Event Flow

Surrounding text describes Figure 18-1 .

The Oracle Fusion Middleware Audit Framework consists of the following key components:

For more introductory information for the Oracle Fusion Middleware Audit Framework, see the "Introduction to Oracle Fusion Middleware Audit Framework" chapter in the Oracle Fusion Middleware Application Security Guide.

For information on how to configure the repository for Oracle Fusion Middleware Audit Framework, see the "Configuring and Managing Auditing" chapter in the Oracle Fusion Middleware Application Security Guide.

The EDG topology does not include Oracle Fusion Middleware Audit Framework configuration. The ability to generate audit data to the bus-stop files and the configuration of the audit loader are available once the products are installed. The main consideration is the audit database repository where the audit data is stored. Because of the volume and the historical nature of the audit data, it is strongly recommended that customers use a separate database from the operational store or stores being used for other middleware components.