Oracle Fusion Middleware Application Developer's Guide for Oracle Identity Management explains how to modify applications to work with Oracle Identity Management, including Oracle Application Server Single Sign-On, Oracle Internet Directory, Oracle Delegated Administration Services, and the Directory Integration Platform.
This preface contains these topics:
The following readers can benefit from this book:
Developers who want to integrate applications with Oracle Identity Management. This process involves storing and updating information in an Oracle Internet Directory server. It also involves modifying applications to work with mod_osso, an authentication module on the Oracle HTTP Server.
Anyone who wants to learn about the LDAP APIs and Oracle extensions to these APIs.
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For more information, see these Oracle resources:
If you are using Oracle Delegated Administration Services or Oracle Single Sign-On 10g (10.1.4.3.0) or later, please refer to the following documents in the Oracle Application Server 10g (10.1.4.0.1) library:
For additional information, see:
Chadwick, David. Understanding X.500—The Directory. Thomson Computer Press, 1996.
Internet Assigned Numbers Authority home page,
http://www.iana.org, for information about object identifiers
Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) documentation available at:
The LDAPEXT charter and LDAP drafts
The LDUP charter and drafts
RFC 2251, "Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (v3)"
RFC 2254, "The String Representation of LDAP Search Filters"
RFC 1823, "The LDAP Application Program Interface"
The OpenLDAP Community,
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