Verify which services, roles, components, and information are required to perform the configurations to integrate your Oracle E-Business Suite environment with Oracle Identity Cloud Service using the Identity Cloud Service E-Business Asserter.
Before You Begin
Before you begin using E-Business Suite Asserter, understand how to enable it, and how it works with other components.
- Enable E-Business Suite Asserter. This is Standard License feature. To learn about these features, see Standard License Tier Features for Oracle Identity Cloud Service.
- If your Oracle E-Business Suite is integrated with Oracle Access Manager, Oracle Internet Directory, E-Business Suite AccessGate, or uses any other SSO profile, then remove the integration between these components and Oracle E-Business Suite, and then restart the servers before using the Identity Cloud Service E-Business Suite Asserter.
- Know what’s supported. All Oracle E-Business modules which use browser-based login will work with E-Business Suite Asserter for SSO. Excel-based login of Web ADI is supported. Mobile Apps for EBS, such as approvals and expenses, are supported. Modules which do not use browser-based login, such as Mobile Web Applications (MWA) and E-Signature, are not supported.
About Required Services and Roles
An Oracle Identity Cloud Service administrator must be able to access the Oracle Identity Cloud Service console to download E-Business Suite Asserter and configure and activate applications.
- Oracle Identity Cloud Service
- Oracle E-Business Suite
You must have the following roles:
Oracle Identity Cloud Service: Security administrator
Access the Downloads page of the Oracle Identity Cloud Service console. From this page, you can download the Identity Cloud Service E-Business Suite Asserter.
Oracle Identity Cloud Service: Application administrator
Manage applications in Oracle Identity Cloud Service, which includes registering the sample mobile app with Oracle Identity Cloud Service.
Oracle E-Business Suite: Server administrator
Access the Oracle E-Business Suite installation folder, the Oracle WebLogic Server where you deploy the E-Business Suite Asserter, and the E-Business Suite Asserter machine as an operating system user.
Download the E-Business Suite Asserter from the Oracle Identity Cloud Service Console
You can access the Downloads page from the Oracle Identity Cloud Service console. From this page, you can download the Identity Cloud Service E-Business Suite Asserter.
- In the Oracle Identity Cloud Service console, expand the Navigation Drawer, click Settings, and then click Downloads.
- On the Downloads page, click the Identity Cloud Service E-Business Suite Asserter download button.
For instances of Oracle EBS Release 20.1.3 onwards, the feature for EBS Asserter has to be enabled.
- If the EBS Asserter is disabled and you try to use it you will see an error message.
- Check the feature state by going to
tenant base url/admin/v1/FeatureInfos.
oracle.idaas.ebs.assertershould be marked as enabled.
- If the feature is not enabled, contact Oracle Support and create a service request to enable
ebs.warwas already deployed on the WebLogic server before the EBS Asserter was enabled, then redeploy
ebs.warafter enabling the feature.
- Save the
.zipfile to a temporary folder on your local machine (for example,
c:\tempfor Windows or
- Extract the contents of the
.zipfile and find the location of the
The name of the files may vary accordingly to the version.
- Copy the
idcs-wallet-<version>.jarfiles to a working folder into the E-Business Suite Asserter's WebLogic Server machine. For example,
/opt/ebssdk(create this folder if it doesn't exist).
Provide Environment Information
Record the environment information that you'll need when you configure the E-Business Suite Asserter configuration file.
- Oracle WebLogic Server host name where the E-Business Suite Asserter is deployed.
- Oracle WebLogic Server HTTPS address (including port number if not default one)
where the E-Business Suite Asserter is deployed.
- Oracle E-Business Suite host name. For example,
- Oracle E-Business Suite HTTPS address. For example,
- Oracle Identity Cloud
Service HTTPS address (including port number if not
using the default one). For example,
- Oracle E-Business Suite Database name. For example,
- Oracle E-Business Suite Database host. For example,
- Oracle E-Business Suite Database port. For example,
- Oracle E-Business Suite APPS user password. For example,