Saturday, May 18, 2013

Oracle Unified Directory configure

Configure ODSM with ADF for OUD

Of course, add new domain. There's nothing yet!

Select ODSM and EM; JRF will come automagically

Changing the defaults

Don't forget to document the passwords...

Production mode; I will not develop new apps, so there's
no need to scan for these - it will speed up
the start process. can still be used.

You can do it here, or later, but the installer won't (bug?)

Defining a (WebLogic) machine

Select the servers...

...and add them to the machine


Configure Unified Directory

export ORACLE_INSTANCE=/oracle/Middleware/Oracle_OUD1 export PATH=/oracle/jrockit-jdk1.6.0/bin:$PATH export JAVA_HOME=/oracle/jrockit-jdk1.6.0 $ORACLE_INSTANCE/oud-setup
Welcome screen
Fill in hostname, and press the Secure Access
button - I want to do Enterprise User Security
Do not try to run off the standard ports 389 & 636,
these are privileged, and there's no actual process.
If wanted, configure port forwarding.
Give the standard user a password, and document that!
TIP: Do NOT use the default, but use a name without spaces
For now, just stand alone
Directory Components - adjust to your liking
Radio buttons... Seems you cannot have both?
Well, you can: take EUS and you can also do TNS resolving:
there is an overlap in classes.
You may want to adjust other settings.
Almost done. There's a dropdown in the upper right corner?
Ah - the command line - for reference.

Now start the services, and weblogic:
/oracle/Middleware/asinst_1/OUD/bin/start-ds /oracle/user_projects/domains/OUD_domain/bin/ &
After creating the /oracle/middleware/user_projects/domains/OUD_domain/servers/AdminServer/security/ file.
Log in to enterprise manage
Log on to ODSM
And see what's there

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