Oracle Fusion Middleware Administration Guide for Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition

ProcedureTo Configure Local User Mapping

You can use DSCC to perform this task. For information, see Directory Service Control Center Interface and the DSCC online help.

  1. Enable operations to be forwarded with an alternate user.

    $ dpconf set-server-prop -h host -p port enable-user-mapping:true
  2. Ensure that Directory Proxy Server is not configured to map the client ID remotely.

    $ dpconf set-server-prop -h host -p port enable-remote-user-mapping:false
  3. Configure the default mapping.

    $ dpconf set-server-prop -h host -p port \
     user-mapping-default-bind-dn:default-mapping-bind-dn \

    The client ID is mapped to this DN if the mapping on the remote LDAP server fails.

  4. If you permit unauthenticated users to perform operations, configure the mapping for unauthenticated clients.

    $ dpconf set-server-prop -h host -p port \
     user-mapping-anonymous-bind-dn:anonymous-mapping-bind-dn \

    For information about how to permit unauthenticated users to perform operations, see To Configure Anonymous Access.

  5. Configure the ID of the client.

    $ dpconf set-user-mapping-prop -h host -p port \
     user-bind-dn:client-bind-dn user-bind-pwd-file:filename
  6. Configure the ID of the alternate user.

    $ dpconf set-user-mapping-prop -h host -p port \
     mapped-bind-dn:alt-user-bind-dn mapped-bind-pwd-file:filename