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Oracle® Fusion Middleware Tutorial for Oracle Identity Management
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)

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A Accessing Administrative Interfaces

This appendix explains how to access Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control, Oracle Directory Services Manager, and the Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console.

This appendix contains the following sections:

A.1 Accessing Fusion Middleware Control

  1. Connect to Fusion Middleware Control.

    The URL is of the form:

  2. Log in using the administrator's name and password.

  3. From the domain home page, under Fusion Middleware, expand Identity and Access, if necessary. Instances of Oracle Internet Directory, Oracle Virtual Directory, Oracle Directory Integration Platform, and Oracle Identity Federation are listed.

A.2 Accessing Oracle Directory Services Manager

  1. Invoke Oracle Directory Services Manager in one of the following ways:

    • To invoke Oracle Directory Services Manager from Fusion Middleware Control, select an Oracle Internet Directory or an Oracle Virtual Directory component, select Directory Services Manager from the Oracle Internet Directory or Oracle Virtual Directory menu in the Oracle Internet Directory target, then select the specific screen in Oracle Directory Services Manager. Oracle Directory Services Manager displays the connection dialog for the same Oracle Internet Directory or Oracle Virtual Directory instance.

    • To invoke Oracle Directory Services Manager directly:

      Enter the following URL into your browser's address field:


      In the URL to access Oracle Directory Services Manager, host is the name of the managed server where Oracle Directory Services Manager is running. port is the managed server port number from the WebLogic server. You can determine the exact port number by examining the $Fusion_Middleware_Home/Oracle_Identity_Management_domain/servers/wls_ods/data/nodemanager/wls_ods1.url file, where Fusion_Middleware_Home represents the root directory where Fusion Middleware is installed.

      When the Oracle Directory Services Manager home page appears, click the small arrow to the right of the label Click to connect to a directory.

  2. Connect to an Oracle Internet Directory or Oracle Virtual Directory instance with Oracle Directory Services Manager.

    If you have previously logged into the directory, click the entry for that directory and supply the user and password.

    If you have not previously logged in to the directory, click Create a New Connection or type Ctrl+N. The New Connection Dialog appears.

    1. Optionally, enter an alias name to identify this entry on the Disconnected Connections list.

    2. Enter the server and non-SSL port for the Oracle Internet Directory or Oracle Virtual Directory instance you want to manage.

    3. Select or deselect SSL Enabled, based on whether your Oracle Internet Directory instance is using SSL.

    4. Enter the user (usually cn=orcladmin) and password.

    5. Select the Start Page you want to go to after logging in.

    6. Click Connect.

    7. If using an SSL port, you might be presented with a certificate from the server. After manually verifying the authenticity of the server certificate, accept the certificate.

A.3 Accessing the Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console

  1. Enter the following URL in a browser:


    The port number is the number of the Administration Server. By default, the port number is 7001.

    The login page is displayed

  2. Log in using the user name and password supplied during installation or another administrative user that you created.

    Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console is displayed.

Alternatively, you can access the Administration Console from Fusion Middleware Control, from the home pages of targets such as the Administration Server or Managed Servers.