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B Oracle Access Manager Basic

This appendix describes Oracle Access Manager Basic and the Oracle Access Manager functionality that is available in the Oracle Access Manager Basic license. The following topics are included:

B.1 Oracle Access Manager Basic Overview

Oracle Access Manager Basic is a version of Oracle Access Manager that is available in licenses for the following Oracle products:

The license for each edition of Oracle Internet Application Server enables the right to use of the Oracle Access Manager Basic license.

Oracle Access Manager Basic is only for providing single sign-on capabilities to Oracle Internet Application Server and for custom Java applications previously developed for Oracle Containers for Java EE (OC4J). Oracle Access Manager Basic license rights are also granted to Oracle Forms and Reports running on Weblogic Server for authentication services to users accessing Oracle Forms and Reports. For certification matrix covering system requirements and supported platforms for Oracle Forms and Reports see: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/ias/downloads/fusion-certification-100350.html. Notwithstanding the foregoing, no other products and applications have the right to use Oracle Access Manager Basic.

The Oracle Access Manager Basic license includes Oracle Access Manager usage rights, with the limitations summarized below:

B.2 Oracle Access Manager Basic License Feature Constraints

Table B-1 summarizes the Oracle Access Manager features that have usage restrictions under the terms of the Oracle Access Manager Basic license. For full use of these capabilities you are required to license Oracle Access Manager.

Table B-1 Oracle Access Manager Basic License Feature Constraints

Feature Category Summary of Restrictions in Access Manager Basic License

Access Manager SDK

The Access Manager SDK is used to create custom Access Gates for protecting resources protected by Access Manager.

Use of the Access Manager SDK is not permitted in the Access Manager Basic License.

Custom Plug-Ins

Oracle Access Manager provides APIs that allow software developers to write custom programs or components that integrate closely with Oracle Access Manager. These modules may represent anything from custom extensions of base Oracle Access Manager functionality to significant applications that are outside of Oracle Access Manager, but need to interact with Oracle Access Manager for identity or access control functions.

Use of Custom Plug-Ins is not permitted in the Access Manager Basic License.

LDAP

Oracle Access Manager supports a range of directory technologies for storing identity and policy data.

The Access Manager Basic License only permits the use of Oracle Internet Directory for the storage of identity and policy data—no other directory use is permitted.

Not withstanding the foregoing, use of Active Directory as a repository exclusively to permit Kerberos authentication to Oracle Access Manager Basic secured applications is permitted.

Application Servers

Oracle Access Manager can be integrated with a variety of application server containers.

The Access Manager Basic License only permits integration with Containers for Java EE (OC4J) or WebLogic Server—integration with other application servers or containers is not permitted.

Web Servers

Oracle Access Manager can be integrated with a variety of Web servers.

The Access Manager Basic License only permits integration with Oracle HTTP Server (OHS)—integration with other Web servers is not permitted.

Adaptive Access Manager Integration

Oracle Adaptive Access Manager provides Web access, real-time fraud detection, and multi-factor online authentication security for the enterprise.

The Access Manager Basic License does not permit integration with Oracle Adaptive Access Manager.

Identity Federation Integration

Users need to access content on different corporate Web sites. Corporate Web sites need to authenticate and authorize users from different domains that use different security products. The Oracle Identity Federation product addresses these problems.

The Access Manager Basic License does not permit integration with Oracle Identity Federation.