Oracle® Access Manager for AS/400 Installation and User's Guide
10g Release 1 (10.1) for IBM iSeries OS/400
Part No. B13951-01
This manual describes how to install, configure, and use the Oracle Access Manager for AS/400 software on the IBM iSeries.
Read this guide if you are responsible for performing tasks such as:
installing and configuring the Oracle Access Manager gateway
administering the Oracle Access Manager gateway
using the Oracle Access Manager gateway
Understand the fundamentals of both the Oracle Access Manager and OS/400 before using this guide for installation or system administration.
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The complete name for this product is Oracle Access Manager for AS/400, and it is also abbreviated in this document as Access Manager, Oracle Access Manager, Oracle Access Manager gateway, or AM4AS/400.
In this manual, the platform is called OS/400. The terms AS/400 and OS/400 both refer to the IBM iSeries computers and operating system, which are referred to by IBM as IBM eServer iSeries servers, and include the IBM i5.
For information about Oracle products, refer to the following manuals in 10g Release 1 (10.1):
Oracle Database Administrator's Guide
Oracle Streams Advanced Queuing User's Guide and Reference
Oracle Advanced Security Administrator's Guide
Oracle Database Backup and Recovery Advanced User's Guide
Oracle Database Backup and Recovery Basics
Oracle Database Concepts
Oracle Data Guard Installation and Deployment
Oracle Database Error Messages
Oracle Database Heterogeneous Connectivity Administrator's Guide
Oracle C++ Call Interface Programmer's Guide
Oracle Call Interface Programmer's Guide
Oracle High Availability Architecture and Best Practices
Oracle Net Services Administrator's Guide
Oracle Net Services Reference Guide
Oracle Database New Features
Oracle Backup Reference Guide
Oracle Database Performance Tuning Guide
Oracle Database Recovery Manager Quick Start Guide
Oracle Database Recovery Manager Reference
Oracle Database Reference
Oracle Security Overview
Oracle Database SQL Quick Reference
Oracle Database SQL Reference
SQL*Plus Quick Reference
SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference
Oracle Streams Replication Administrator's Guide
Oracle Streams Concepts and Administration
Oracle Database Upgrade Guide
For information about IBM products, refer to the IBM documents for your platform and operating system.
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WRKCFGSTS *DEV device_name
Output is always shown as it actually appears. For input, the following conventions apply:
The use of monospaced uppercase font, such as
WRKCFGSTS, indicates a word or phrase that must be entered exactly as spelled.
The use of monospaced Italic font, such as
device_name, indicates a variable, which is a word or phrase for which you must substitute your own word or phrase, such as an actual device name.
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< > Angle brackets enclose user-supplied names. Do not enter the brackets themselves.
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Storage measurements use the following abbreviations:
KB for kilobyte, which equals 1024 bytes
MB for megabyte, which equals 1 048 576 bytes
GB for gigabyte, which equals 1 073 741 824 bytes