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Oracle® Fusion Middleware Integration Guide for Oracle Access Manager
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)

Part Number E15740-06
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A

AccessGate, creating new, 8.3
Account Lock and Unlock, 2.8.4.4
processing flow, 2.8.4.4
Adaptive Strong Authenticator as authentication mechanism, 8.4
Adaptive Strong Authenticator authentication scheme, creating, 8.4
advanced authentication, 2.2
Advanced Integration, 2.8.2.1
processing flow, 6.3.1
advanced integration
procedure, 6.3.2
Authentication
in federated environment, 2.2

B

Basic Integration
prerequisites, 6.2.2

C

Case-Insensitive Logins, 6.4.2
Challenge Reset, 2.8.4.6, 2.8.4.6
processing flow, 2.8.4.6
Challenge Setup, 2.8.4.5, 2.8.4.5
processing flow, 2.8.4.5
configureOAAM WLST command
OAM-OAAM integration, 6.4.1

D

Deployment Options for Password Management, 2.8.3
Deployment Options for Strong Authentication, 2.8.2
device fingerprinting, 6.3.1
Domain Agents, 1.2

F

flow
Account Lock and Unlock, 2.8.4.4
authentication with Oracle Adaptive Access Manager, 2.8.2.2
Challenge Reset, 2.8.4.6
Challenge Setup, 2.8.4.5
Change Password, 2.8.4.2
Forgot Password, 2.8.4.3
native integration with Oracle Adaptive Access Manager, 6.2.1
password management, 2.8.3.1, 2.8.3.2
Self-Registration, 2.8.4.1
Forgot Password, 2.8.4.3
processing flow, 2.8.4.3
fraud rules, 6.3

I

Identity Administration, 2.2, 2.3
Identity Management Integration
approaches to, 2.1
IDMDomain Agents
and Webgates, 1.2
integration
Oracle Access Manager 10g, 8

K

KBA, 2.8.1.2, 7.1, 7.1
Kerberos, 3.1, 9.3.3
knowledge-based authentication (KBA), 6.3

N

Native and Advanced Integration
process flows, 2.8.2.1
with Oracle Adaptive Access Manager, 2.8.2.1
Native Integration, 2.8.2.1
native integration
procedure, 6.2.3
processing flow, 6.2.1
Network Assertion Protocol, 6.3.1

O

OAAM Server as a Partner Application, 7.10.1.1
OAAMAdvanced authentication scheme, 6.3.4.3
OAAMBasic authentication scheme, 6.1
OAMAgent, 1.2
default in OHS, 1.2
oam-config.xml file, 6.2.3
OAM-OAAM integration
configureOAAM WLST command, 6.4.1
Oracle Access Manager
and Oracle Adaptive Access Manager, 1.3.4, 2.5, 2.8.1.1, 6, 7, 8
and Oracle Identity Federatiion, 4
and Oracle Identity Federation, 1.3.2, 2.7, 2.7, 4.1.1
and Oracle Identity Manager, 1.3.3, 2.3, 2.3, 2.8.1.1, 7
and Oracle Identity Navigator, 1.3.1, 2.6, 3
and WNA, 9
integrations with, 1.1, 2
Kerberos authentication, 9.4.2
locating integration procedures, 2.2
summary of integrations, 2
WebGate credentials, 6.3.4.2
with Oracle Adaptive Access Manager and Oracle Identity Manager, 2.8, 7
with Oracle Identity Manager and Oracle Adaptive Access Manager, 2.8, 2.8
Oracle Access Manager 10g integration, 8
Oracle Access Manager AccessGate for Adaptive Strong Authenticator Front-End Web Server, configuring, 8.3
Oracle Access Manager Authentication Scheme for the Adaptive Strong Authenticator, configuring, 8.4
Oracle Access Manager Credentials
in Credential Store Framework, 6.3.4.2
Oracle Access Manager domain to use Adaptive Strong Authenticator Authentication, configuring, 8.7
Oracle Access Manager Host Identifiers for Adaptive Strong Authenticator, configuring, 8.5
Oracle Adaptive Access Manager, 1.3.4, 1.3.4, 2.8, 6
and Oracle Access Manager, 8
integration for native authentication, 2.5
native integration, 2.5
properties for Oracle Access Manager, 6.3.4.1
properties for Oracle Identity Manager, 7.11.1
resource protection, 7.10.4
strong authentication with, 2.8.2
with Oracle Access Manager and Oracle Identity Manager, 2.8
with Oracle Identity Manager, 2.8
Oracle Adaptive Access Manager Snapshot, 7.6.2.2
Oracle Adaptive Access Manager-Oracle Access Manager integration, testing, 8.11
Oracle HTTP Server, 3.1
and OAMAgent, 1.2
and WebGate, 1.2
Oracle Identity Federation, 1.3.2, 1.3.2, 2.7, 4
and Oracle Access Manager, 2.7, 4.1.1
integration modes, 4.1.1
prerequisites for integration, 4.1.2
SP Integration Engine, 4.1.1
Oracle Identity Management
components, 1, 2
Oracle Identity Manager, 1.3.3, 1.3.3
and Oracle Access Manager, 2.3
configuring properties for three-way integration, 7.12
console, 2.2
credentials in Credential Store Framework, 7.11.2
identity administration with, 2.3
integration with Oracle Adaptive Access Manager, 7.11
password administration with, 2.8
prerequisites for integration, 2.3
SSO-enabling URLs, 2.4
WebGate credentials, 7.11.2
with Oracle Access Manager and Oracle Adaptive Access Manager, 2.8, 2.8
with Oracle Adaptive Access Manager, 2.8
Oracle Identity Navigator, 1.3.1, 1.3.1, 2.6, 3
console, 2.2
SSO-enabling URL, 2.6
SSO-enabling URLs, 2.6, 3
WNA authentication scheme, 2.6
OTP, 2.8.1.2, 7.1
OTP Anywhere, 6.3

P

Password Change, 2.8.4.2
processing flow, 2.8.4.2
password management, 2.2, 2.8.3
processing flow, 2.8.3.1
three-way integration, 2.8.3
with Oracle Identity Manager, 2.8.3.1
Password Management Scenarios, 2.8.4
Pre- and Post-Authentication, 2.2

S

Self-Registration, 2.8.4.1
processing flow, 2.8.4.1
SP Integration Engine
for Oracle Identity Federation, 4.1.1
SSO-enabling URLs
for Oracle Identity Navigator, 3
Oracle Identity Navigator, 2.6
Strong Authentication, 2.8.2
strong authentication, 6.3

T

TAPscheme
configuring for Identity Management product resources, 7.13
three-way integration, 7
overview of integration tasks, 7.4
prerequisites, 7.3
procedure, 7.8
Trusted Authentication Protocol (TAP), 7.10

V

virtual authentication devices, 6.3

W

WebGate
and Oracle Identity Federation, 4.1.1
WebGate for Adaptive Strong Authenticator front-end Web server, installing, 8.6
Webgates, 1.2
and IDMDomain Agents, 1.2
Windows Native Authentication, 3.1, 9
WNA authentication scheme
for Oracle Identity Navigator, 2.6, 2.6