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Oracle Identity Analytics System Integrator's Guide 11g Release 1
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1.  Integrating With Oracle Identity Manager, Preferred Method

2.  Integrating With Oracle Identity Manager, Deprecated Method

3.  Integrating With Oracle Waveset (Sun Identity Manager)

4.  Integrating With Other Provisioning Servers

5.  Authenticating With LDAP


To Configure the LDAP URL and BASE_DN

To Configure the Domain Name

To Configure User Context Search

To Configure the User Account Search Key

To Configure a First Name Search Key

To Configure a Last Name Search Key

Example of

6.  Integrating With Intellitactics Security Manager

7.  Configuring Oracle Identity Analytics For Web Access Control

8.  Customizing The Oracle Identity Analytics User Interface

A.  Oracle Waveset Sample Workflows

Chapter 5

Authenticating With LDAP

To configure Oracle Identity Analytics for use with the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP), you need to edit the file.

Before you begin the installation, you will need to know the following:

  1. The login and password details for the database server system administrator account

  2. Sufficient system privileges, such as sudo, to modify file and folder permissions

  3. The LDAP base_dn. The base_dn is the starting root under which the users are present.

    For example:


  4. A service account information (username and password) with read-only privileges for the LDAP if the LDAP does not allow anonymous connections for search. AD integration by default allows anonymous access.