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2 Getting Started

This chapter describes the configuration of Oracle Identity Manager and installation of the Remote Manager. It contains the following topics:

Overview of Oracle Identity Manager Configuration

To construct adapter tasks, ensure that Oracle Identity Manager has access to the target API JAR files and third-party applications to which you want to connect.

When your adapter uses Java tasks, you must configure Oracle Identity Manager to find the appropriate Java APIs. To do this, you must place the .jar files that contain these APIs into the JavaTasks subdirectory of the OIM_HOME/xellerate folder path, such as C:\oracle\Xellerate\JavaTasks. Then, you can access the Java classes associated with these Java APIs and use them in the Java task you are creating.

Sometimes, instead of directly communicating with the third-party system, Oracle Identity Manager must use an Oracle Identity Manager component that acts like a proxy. This component is known as Remote Manager.

The Remote Manager is used for:

The procedures in the following sections show you how to:

See Also:

"Creating a Java Task" for more information about Java tasks

Oracle Identity Manager Administrative and User Console Guide to learn more about the Remote Manager

Configuring Oracle Identity Manager to Reference JAR and Class Files

To configure Oracle Identity Manager to reference JAR and class files:

  1. Open the JavaTasks subdirectory, which can be found within the OIM_HOME/xellerate folder path. For example, C:\oracle\Xellerate\JavaTasks.

  2. Place the JAR file or files into this subdirectory. You can then use these files to create Java tasks within an adapter without restarting the server.

Installing the Remote Manager

To configure the Remote Manager, follow the instructions described in Oracle Identity Manager installation guide for the application server that you use.

Adding the Trust Relation

To import a trusted certificate, at the command prompt, navigate to the following location:


Enter the command:

JAVA_HOME/jre/bin/keytool -import -file 
XLREMOTE_HOME\xlremote\config\xlserver.cert -keystore cacerts -trustcacerts -
alias rmtrust1 -storepass changeit

Owner: CN=Customer, OU=Customer, O=Customer, L=City, ST=NY, C=US
Issuer: CN=Customer, OU=Customer, O=Customer, L=City, ST=NY, C=US
Serial number: 41dee35a
Valid from: Fri Jan 07 11:30:34 PST 2005 until: Mon Jan 05 11:30:34 PST 2015
Certificate fingerprints:
         MD5:  B0:F2:33:C8:69:E4:25:A3:CB:59:E8:51:27:EE:5C:52
         SHA1: 3D:6A:6D:14:33:B5:5C:19:85:CC:EE:77:7F:7F:22:1D:56:48:47:4D
Trust this certificate? [no]:  yes

The certificate is added to the keystore.