Fusion Middleware Control displays OAM Farm page and associated information, summary, and cluster or server pages.
This section provides the following topics for Access Manager and Security Token Service:
Oracle Fusion Middleware Administrator's Guide for details about getting started using Fusion Middleware Control
Each OAM Farm page in Fusion Middleware Controlincludes similar information.
Figure 12-2 illustrates the OAM Farm page in Fusion Middleware Control. The Farm Resource Center provides immediate access to online information.
Figure 12-2 OAM Farm Page in Fusion Middleware Control
Sections on the Farm page are described in Table 12-1.
Table 12-1 Farm Page Sections
|Farm Page Sections||Description|
Within the farm, this section displays the Status and Target of each Internal Application within the Application Deployment.
Clicking any link in the Deployments section (or in the navigation tree) displays a page containing more information.
Within the farm, this section displays the status, host, and CPU usage for server instances in the:
Clicking any link on the page (or in the navigation tree) displays a page containing a more detailed summary.
Farm Resource Center
Provides a wealth of online information in the following categories:
Clicking any link in the resource center displays information on the chosen subject. With a wealth of information online, these details are not repeated in this book.
The navigation tree on the left side of the page, like the one in Figure 12-3, enables you to choose a specific instance (target) on which to operate regardless of the page you are currently viewing. Target names in your environment will be different.
Figure 12-3 Farm Navigation Tree in Fusion Middleware Control
For more information, see "Logging In To Fusion Middleware Control".
For Oracle Access Management, Farm details in Fusion Middleware Control are divided into four nodes within the navigation tree.
The nodes are:
Internal Applications (includes logout page and other details for the OAM AdminServer and OAM Server instances)
WebLogic Server domains (WebLogic Server details, including the OAM Farm)
Identity and Access (includes OAN Cluster or individual OAM Server instances)
Clicking a node in the navigation tree displays an information page with individual links and a description of the Target, Type, and Full Name, as shown in Figure 12-4 for Application Deployments.
Figure 12-4 Node Information Page in Fusion Middleware Control
Clicking an instance (target) name (from either the navigation tree or a page), displays a context menu and a more detailed summary page. The Internal Application target is highlighted in the navigation tree and a page of the same name is displayed on the right. The context menu is available beneath the target name at the top of the page, as shown in Figure 12-5.
Figure 12-5 Application Deployment Summary for the Selected Internal Application
The Application Deployment menu is shown in Figure 12-6.
Figure 12-6 Application Deployment Menu
WebLogic Server domain: The WebLogic Server domain page is shown in Figure 12-7 with the corresponding menu displayed. The Oracle WebLogic Server domain Resource Center, with links to online documentation, is visible in the bottom-left corner. This page more closely resembles the Farm landing page.
Figure 12-7 WebLogic Server Domain Summary with Context Menu Exposed
Selecting a target name within the WebLogic Server domain node displays a target summary page that more closely resembles the Application Deployment page in Figure 12-5.
For more information, see "Displaying Context Menus and Target Details in Fusion Middleware Control".
"Viewing Performance in Fusion Middleware Control" for information about the Identity and Access node and related pages.
Fusion Middleware Control Administrators can view context menus and target pages.
From the Farm Resource Center on the OAM Farm page, choose topics of interest (or click Help in the upper-right corner of the page) to get more information.
WebLogic Server domain
Identity and Access