Friday, November 23, 2012

E-Business Suite R12 integration with Oracle Identity Management 11g

After successful implementations of Oracle SSO 10g with Oracle E-Business Suite 11i and R12, I have now completed an installation and implementation of the Oracle Identity Management and Access Management 11g. This is the Single Sign-On solution of Oracle.
We used the latest version of Oracle Identity Management( Idm) solution, which is currently certified with E-Business Suite R12. This is version IdM 11gR1, to be more precise 11.1.1.5.
Oracle Access Manager (OAM) provides the access management service for authentication and authorization and replaces the Oracle 10g OSSO service.
The current certified implementation requires an Oracle Internet Directory (OID). We have setup the synchronizing process of users from MS Active Directory to Oracle OID. Furthermore, we have setup Oracle provisioning from OID to EBS to create EBS users automatically.
We completed the installation with Kerberos authentication.  With this Windows Native Authentication (WNA) solution,  we created a ‘zero Single Sign-on’ solution. The user is authenticated by Kerberos tickets and user logon into EBS R12 is based on the network credentials.  Users do not need to enter the EBS username and password anymore, because they are already authenticated on the network. A very secure solution and saves a lot on user administration.
Overview of products installed:
- Oracle Identity Management  11g (11.1.1.5)
- Oracle Access Manager 11g (11.1.1.5)
- Oracle EBS Access Gate 11g (1.1.1)
- Oracle Webserver 11g
- Oracle WebGate 11g (11.1.1.5)
- Oracle WebLogic Server (10.3.5)

16 comments:

  1. Can you please share all the detailed steps about how you achieved this
    thanks

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    1. Hi,

      Can you please share the document with details of steps done for kerberos authentication , which became IWA SSO with OAM 11g.

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  2. thanks for share..

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    1. If you don't mind could you share this document. it's really require to me.

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  3. Nice Article. very informative. If possible, Please share the docuemnt that you prepared for this implementation

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  4. Hai ,Nice blog and appreciate your efforts .Could you please share the document you prepared to setup this . My email id is aibimathew14@gmail.com

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  5. If you don't mind, can you please share the detailed steps of this implementation?

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  6. Helpful information, thanks for sharing such a great post!

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  7. Its very tough to share unique information and quality content, Really you've done the great job! Thanks for sharing the unique information on R12 Implementation...

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  8. where is detailed steps about how you achieved this? Thanks in advance

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  9. Could you please share the implementation document on this article to kmaheshmohanan@gmail.com

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  10. Kindly Share the Document
    hasif.k@gmail.com

    Br,

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  11. I need to do exactly the same. Could you please share the steps? my email id is purva.k22@gmail.com
    thanks

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  12. Hi,

    Nice Article, We have same deployment coming up, could you share the details steps that you have followed.
    My email id, mkm3621@gmail.com

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  13. Hello,

    We have a similar usecase for authenticating internal users against WNA in a OAM-EBS integrated env.
    Could you please share the steps?

    TIA,

    Regards,
    Purva

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  14. The recent and the latest version of Identity Management Solutions released by Oracle seem to be useful and have high features than the former one.

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