You can run the RREG Tool in one of two modes: in-band and out-of-band.
Use in-band mode when you have the privileges to access the Oracle Access Manager server and run the RREG tool yourself from the Oracle Access Manager Oracle home. You can then copy the generated artifacts and files to the Web server configuration directory after you run the RREG Tool.
Use out-of-band mode if you do not have privileges or access to the Oracle Access Manager server. For example, in some organizations, only the Oracle Access Manager server administrators have privileges access the server directories and perform administration tasks on the server. In out-of-band mode, the process can work as follows:
The Oracle Access Manager server administrator provides you with a copy of the RREG archive file (RREG.tar.gz).
The server administrator can find it in the location described in Updating the Standard Properties in the OAM11gRequest.xml File.
RREG.tar.gzfile that was provided to you by the server administrator.
tar -xvf RREG.tar
After you unpack the RREG archive, you can find the tool for registering the agent in the following location:
In this example,
RREG_Homeis the directory in which you extracted the contents of RREG archive.
Use the instructions in Updating the Standard Properties in the OAM11gRequest.xml File to update the
OAM11GRequest.xmlfile, and send the completed
OAM11GRequest.xmlfile to the Oracle Access Manager server administrator.
The Oracle Access Manager server administrator then uses the instructions in Running the RREG Tool in Out-Of-Band Mode to run the RREG Tool and generate the
The Oracle Access Manager server administrator sends the
AgentID_response.xmlfile to you.
Use the instructions in Running the RREG Tool in Out-Of-Band Mode to run the RREG Tool with the
AgentID_response.xmlfile and generate the required artifacts and files on the client system.