Friday, November 25, 2011

Configure Multiple Identity Stores for Oracle Access Manager

Configure Multiple Identity Stores for Oracle Access Manager

By default the Oracle Access Manager comes with the "UserIdentityStore1", This identity store is configured with the Embedded LDAP Server of Weblogic instance on which the OAM is running. To view the default identity store of OAM:
  • Log on to OAM console using the url http://host:port/oamsonsole; default 7001.
  • Select System Configuration Tab
  • Navigate to Data Sources->User Identity Stores

  • Create User Identity Store
         To create new user identity store from OAM Administration console
         Login to OAM Console -> Select System Configuration Tab -> expand Data Sources ->
        select User Identity Stores. From Browse click on Actions drop down menu and click

  • Name the identity store as UserIdentityStoreSecondary and choose the identity store.

  • Press Test Connection on the Top Right Hand Side to see if the connection to the identity store is setup up correctly.

  •  Press Apply to save changes

For questions, comments and feedback  please contact:
 Harvinder Singh Saluja

    1 comment:

    1. Hello Harvinder, SSA! Great job posting these detailed articles. I have a question if you could provide some feedback! We currently have OIM/OAM/OVD/OID 11g ( setup. In the middle of upgrading OAM/OIF to so that we can use AD as the second identity store. Right now we are using LDAP (OVD/OID). The challenge we have is internal and external users. The external users are getting registered or authenticated against the LDAP, but we want to include our AD for internal users for SSO etc. We currently have EBS, SFDC, Web portals and some other 3rd party applications that we are trying to setup or have been setup with SSO initiative. We currently have OVD/OID/EMBEDDED LDAP AND AD as our identity stores, but how to use these stores simultaneously to do the authentication...?



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