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17.4 Choosing the Connecting Entity for Oracle Internet Directory

You can merge several application entities so that the Reports Servers installed in separate ORACLE_HOMEs can share available SSOCONN resources. To achieve this merge, you must execute an LDIF file with the ldapmodify command. The LDIF file should contain the following:

dn: dn of the group representing the logical grouping of all report instances
changetype: modify
add: uniquemember
uniquemember: dn of the Reports Application Entity

where:

dn of the group representing the logical grouping of all report instances is
cn=Virtual Application Group, orclApplicationCommonName=reports_application_
entity_name**, cn=Reports, cn=Products, cn=OracleContext
dn of the Reports Application Entity is
orclApplicationCommonName=reports_application_entity_name**, cn=Reports, cn=Products, cn=OracleContext

** reports_application_entity_name is in the format reportsApp_hostname_GUID. For
example, reportsApp_serv1.oracle.com_C7543D42A9E26726E034080020A46EE

Example

Entry in the LDIF file:

dn: cn=Virtual Application Group,

  orclApplicationCommonName=reportsApp_Group.oracle.com_C7543D42A9E26726E0340
  80020A46EE2, cn=Reports, cn=Products, cn=OracleContext
changetype: modify
add: uniquemember
uniquemember:
  orclApplicationCommonName=reportsApp_serv1.oracle.com_A8654E53B0F37837F1451
  91131B57FF3, cn=Reports, cn=Products, cn=OracleContext

Corresponding ldapmodify command on the command line:

ldapmodify -D cn=orcladmin -w welcome1 -h reportsApp_Group.oracle.com -p 389 -f mergeentity.ldif