You can configure Mobile and Social Services to allow applications on mobile devices to authenticate using Social Identity.
Any application that needs to use Social Identity must have a corresponding Application Profile in Social Identity. If you want a mobile application to use Social Identity, the application needs to have a profile under Social Identity and under Mobile and Social Services.
See Creating an Application Profile for attribute definitions.
If modifying an existing Service Domain, open it for editing. See Defining Service Profiles for information.
For Type, select Mobile Application.
For Authentication Scheme, select Social Identity Authentication.
See Defining Service Domains for information.
Select the appropriate Application Profile by browsing existing Profiles or entering a name. The Application Profile must already be created. (To create Mobile and Social Services Application Profiles, see Defining Application Profiles; for Social Identity Application Profiles, see Defining Application Profiles.)
For example, use InternetIdentityAuthentication as the authentication service to protect the User Profile Services.
See "Integrating Social Identity With a Mobile Application" in the "Developing Applications Using the Social Identity Client SDK" chapter of the Oracle Fusion Middleware Developer's Guide for Oracle Access Management for more information.