Configuration Options Related Tasks Related Topics
Use this page to define the general configuration of this LDAP Authentication provider.
Authentication is the process whereby the identity of users or system processes are proved or verified. Authentication also involves remembering, transporting, and making identity information available to various components of a system when that information is needed.
By default, the WebLogic Authentication provider is configured in the default security realm (myrealm). The WebLogic Authentication provider allows you to edit, list, and manage users, groups, and group membership. User and group information is stored in the embedded LDAP server.
The Control Flag attribute is the Java Authentication and Authorization Service (JAAS) control flag that determines how the LoginModule for the WebLogic Authentication provider is used in the login sequence.
You can use a custom Authentication provider instead of the WebLogic
Authentication provider. For a custom Authentication provider to be
available in the WebLogic Server Administration Console, the MBean JAR
file for the provider must be in the
The name of the Java class used to load the LDAP Authentication provider.
A short description of the LDAP Authentication provider.
The version number of the LDAP Authentication provider.
Returns how the login sequence uses the Authentication provider.