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10g Release 2 (10.1.2)
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Active Directory (AD) Synchronization to Oracle Internet Directory,
administrator password, OracleAS Web Cache, 7.3.6,
alias, adding,
APPDBHOST computers, description, 2.2
APPHOST computers, description, 2.2
Application middle tier servers, 2.2
Application Tier
communication, 1.2.2
installing in myBICompany, 8.3
installing in myPortalCompany, 7.3
installing myJ2EECompany, 6.3, 9.3.2
variants, 2.4, 2.4.3
application.log file,, 7.4
applications, external, 7.6
OC4J applications and, 5.2, 6.8
OracleAS Single Sign-On, 5.1
availability, Load Balancing Router tuning and, 4.3


b64InternetCertificate.txt file,
base configuration, OracleAS Cluster,
best practices, enterprise deployment configuration, 3.1
Big IP, protecting URLs, 7.6


cacerts file, 7.3.10,
cache cluster (OracleAS Web Cache),
Cache Operations page, OracleAS Web Cache Manager,
cache.conf file,
certificate authority,
certificate format,
Check Point Firewall-1 NG internal firewall, A.1.2
Cisco Pix gateway firewall, A.1.2
cleartext password,
clocks, synchronization, Oracle Internet Directory and, 4.2
Clustering page, OracleAS Web Cache Manager,
Cold Failover Cluster (Identity Management) solution,
configMyPortal.xml file,
configuration process
enterprise deployment architectures, 2.5
myBICompany, 8
myJ2EECompany, 6
myPortalCompany, 7
component and firewall timeout values, 3.3
OracleAS Portal, managing, 7.6.1
OracleAS Reports, managing, 8.3.8
create user command (SQL*Plus),
custom port assignments, B.3


Data Tier
configuration, 4.4
variants, 2.4
connections, timeout and, 3.3
prerequisite for Security infrastructure, 4
using OCFS file system, 4.1.3, 7.1.2
using raw devices, 4.1.2, 7.1.1
Databse Access Descriptor, dads.conf file, B.4
data-sources.xml file,,,,
DCM Discovery Port, 6.3.2,,
dcmCache.xml file,
DCM-Managed OracleAS Cluster, creating, 6.3.5
deploying applications, 6.3.4
Distinguished Name (DN), 7.1.2


enterprise deployment, defined, 1.1
error_log file,, 7.4
external applications, query path URL, 7.6


F5 Big IP load balancer, A.1.2
failover virtual IP addresses, 2.2
application.log,, 7.4
cacerts, 7.3.10,
error_log,, 7.4,
iasconfig.xml, 7.3.1,, 9.1.5, 9.1.5, 9.1.6,
mod_oc4j.conf, 6.7, 8.3.11
ons.conf, 6.5
orion-application.xml, 6.3.4
sqlnet.ora, 4.1.4
sso_apache.conf, 7.6, 7.6
targets.xml,, 9.1.5, 9.1.6,
webcache.xml, 7.3.6,
File-based Farm Repository, DCM Discovery port and, 6.3.2,
cluster members separated by, 9.1.4
communication restrictions and security, 1.2.1
disabling external to internal communication,
dropped connections and, 3.3
HTTP requests and port 80, 8.3.1
instance communication across,
internal and external OracleAS Web Cache instances,
invalidation messages and, 9.1.5
Oracle Internet Directory and,
OracleAS Portal connections and, 7.6.1
OracleAS Reports and, 8.3.8
OracleAS Web Cache administration and, 9.1.9
port 80 and HTTP requests, 7.3.1, 9.1.2
ports open for DCM instances,
reverse proxy server and, 9.2
timeout settings and OracleAS Portal, 7.6.1
timeout value and OC4J connection, 6.7 file,


grant connect command (SQL*Plus),


hardware cluster,
health monitor, OracleAS Web Cache, 7.2, 7.3.2, 8.3.7
high availability
enterprise deployment architectures and, 1.2.2
Manually-Managed OracleAS cluster and, 7.5.2
hosts file,
HTTP, persistent sessions, Load Balancing Router, 4.5, 5.1
httpd.conf file,,


iasconfig.xml file, 7.3.1,, 9.1.5, 9.1.5, 9.1.6,
Identity Management servers, 2.2
Identity Management Tier
communication, 1.2.2
variants, 2.4, 2.4.2
Identity Management, configuring, 5.2
idleTimeout attribute, OracleAS Reports Services and, 8.3.8
IDMHOST computers, description, 2.2
IIS listener, configuring,
index.html page, customizing, 7.3.9
indirect password,
INFRADBHOST computers, description, 2.2
internal load balancer, 2.2
internal server names, hiding, 7.3.9
Internet Information Services (IIS) listener, as reverse proxy,
invalidation messages, reverse proxy server and,
IP Addresses, 2.2


J2EE applications, enterprise deployment architecture, 2.3.1
authentication, 5.2
provider, 6.1, 6.8
JAZN LDAP User Manager, 6.1
jazn-data.xml file,,,
jazn.xml file,
JPDK providers, types, 7.5


Kerberos credentials,


LDAP, internal load balancer, 2.2
LDAP-based provider, OC4J applications authentication and authorization, 5.2, 6.8
ldapbind command,
ldap.cache.session.enable property,
listener, Net, restarting, 4.1.5
load balancer, F5 Big IP, A.1.2
Load Balancing Router
accepting and forwarding requests, 9.1.5
configuring Network Address Translation bounce back, 9.1.5
invalidation requests and, 9.1.5
myJ2EECompany, 6.2
OID hosts and, 4.3
Load Balancing Router, tuning monitoring, 4.3
load balancing, Manually-Managed OracleAS Cluster and, 7.5.2
log files, OracleAS Metadata Repository Creation Assistant, 4.1.2


Manually-Managed OracleAS Cluster, OC4J_JPDK applications and, 7.5.2
mapping tablespaces to raw devices, B.2
metadata repository configuration (file vs. database),
Microsoft Active Directory,
mod_oc4j, request routing and, 6.7
mod_oc4j.conf file, 6.7
OracleAS Portal metrics,
OracleAS Web Cache ports, 7.2
monitoring OracleAS Portal metrics, 7.3.6
multimaster replication, Oracle Internet Directory,


Net listener, restarting, 4.1.5
Netegrity Siteminder Agent,
Network Address Translation (NAT) bounce back, 9.1.5
NLS_LANG environment variable, 4.1.2


OC4J applications, authentication and, 5.2, 6.8
OC4J instances, application tier (myJ2EECompany),OracleAS Clusters and, 6.3.3
OC4J JVM default trust store, file, 8.3.11
oidadmin tool, starting, 4.4
OIDHOST computers, description, 2.2, configuring for Load Balancing Router, 4.3
OmniPortlet, configuring,
ons.conf file, 6.5
Oracle Application Server Java Authentication and Authorization Service (JAAS)
provider, 6.1
support, 6.8
Oracle Application Server Java Authentication and Authorization Service (JAAS) Support, 5.2
Oracle Business Intelligence applications, enterprise deployment architecture, 2.3.3
Oracle Internet Directory
clocks, 4.2
installing, 4.2.1
multimaster replication,
servers, 2.2
oracle_sso_server target type,
OracleAS Cold Failover Cluster (Identity Management) solution,
OracleAS Metadata Repository
installing, 4.1
invalidation requests, 9.1.5
OracleAS Portal
applications, enterprise deployment architecture, 2.3.2
cache, session binding and, 7.3.8
configuring on APPHOST2,
metrics, monitoring,, 7.3.6
tools providers,
OracleAS Proxy Plug-in, IIS listener and,
OracleAS Web Cache
administrator password, 7.3.6, 7.3.6, 7.3.8,,
cluster members, administrator password and, 7.3.8
clusters, creating, 7.3.6
Manager and cluster configuration,
Manager and propagating configuration,
monitoring, 7.2, 7.3.2, 8.3.7
ports, monitoring, 7.2
OracleAS Web Clipping,
database connections, 7.6.1
oradav.conf file,,
orapki utility,
orion-application.xml file, 6.3.4
osso.conf file,,


plain text, encrypting,
performance, OracleAS Web Cache and,
persistent HTTP sessions, Load Balancing Router and, 4.5, 5.1
plain text password
PlsqlIdleSessionCleanupInterval parameter, OracleAS Portal database connections and, 7.6.1
pooled connections, timeout and, 3.3
assignments, Distributed Configuration Management and firewall,
assignments, enterprise deployment architectures, 2.2
default, request redirection, 7.3.1, 8.3.1, 9.1.2
ONS, 6.5
providers, OracleAS Portal Tools,
provider.xml file,,
proxy server, OracleAS Web Cache integration,
proxy, forward and reverse, Oracle HTTP Server,
ProxyPass directive,
ProxyPassReverse directive,
ProxyPreserveHost directive,


realm, 7.1.2
remote listening port, ONS, 6.5
replication of session state, 7.5, 7.5.2
repository configuration (file vs. database),
reverse proxy, Oracle HTTP Server,
RewriteRule directive,
round robin load balancing, timeout value and, 4.3


enterprise deployment configurations and, 1.1, 1.2.1
firewalls and, 1.2.1
infrastructure, myJ2EECompany, 6.1
session binding
enabling in OracleAS Web Cache, 7.3.8, 9.1.12
session state replication, 7.5, 7.5.2
setdasurl.ldif file,
Source Network Address Translation ports, 2.2
SQLNET.EXPIRE_TIME parameter, 4.1.5
sqlnet.ora file, 4.1.4
sqlnet.ora, 7.2
SSL certificate, obtaining,
SSL communication, enabling on Oracle HTTP Server, 9.2.1
SSLConfigTool command,
sso_apache.conf file, 7.6, 7.6
ssoreg script, executing,,, 9.1.7,
standalone instances in OracleAS Farm, 6.3.5
state replication
JPDK instances, 7.5
OracleAS Cluster, 7.5.2
Static Ports feature, Oracle Universal Installer, B.3
staticports.ini file,
SunONE Directory Server,


tablespaces, mapping to raw devices, 4.1.2, 7.1.1, B.2
targets.xml file,, 9.1.5, 9.1.6,
timeout, 7.6.1
Load Balancing Router, 4.3
values, Oracle Application Server components and firewall/load balancer, 3.3
trust store, OC4J JVM,


upgrade, OracleAS File-based Farm and,
URL prefix, OracleAS Single Sign-On, 7.6
user names, mapping for external applications, 7.6
UTL_HTTP package, 7.6


variants. enterprise deployment architectures, 2.4
virtual IP addresses, 2.2


Web Clipping Studio, session binding and, 7.3.8
Web Tier
communication, 1.2.2
myJ2EECompany, 6.4, 9.3.3
servers, 2.2
variants, 2.4, 2.4.4
webcache.xml file, 7.3.6,
WEBHOST computers, description, 2.2
web.xml file,,,,,
Welcome page, modifying or substituting, 7.3.9
Windows native authentication,