• Native Mobile login using Oracle Mobile and Social Access Management

    In this tutorial you will learn how to configure and test native mobile login using an Android emulator. You also learn how to test Mobile Single Sign On and how to use REST calls to access a protected resource.

    Duration: 75 minutes

    This content is intended for the following job role(s): Application Administrator, Technical Administrator, Mobile Application Developer, Identity Administrator, End User

    Release Date: 30-JUL-2014

    Created by: Vandana Rajamani

Reviews (2)

  • 9.3 years ago
    The document said using mydevice, Android 4.2.2, API level 17, but it has only one option Android 4.4, API level 19. After import the android-lab.zip, it complains with the below errors: [2015-01-30 14:43:02 - IDMMobileSDK] Unable to resolve target 'android-17' [2015-01-30 14:43:02 - oracle.mobile.login.activities.LoginActivity] Unable to resolve target 'android-17' So either the android-lab.zip contain mis-match information or when create AVD, should allow us to choose Android 4.2.2 Level 17. How to resolve this? I manually update the /home/oracle/labworkspace/android-lab/IDMMobileSDK/project.properties to set target=android-19 (was 17), then it complains that unable to find /home/oracle/android_dev/adt-bundle-linux-x86_64-20131030/sdk/build-tools/android-4.4/aapt, but this file is there thanks
    • vishal.parashar
      9.3 years ago
      Are you using this version of ADT - adt-bundle-linux-x86_64-20131030.zip ?
    • vishal.parashar
      9.3 years ago
      From Eclipse (with ADT), select Window > Android SDK Manager. Do you have correct AVD version selected ? Do you have correct path to Android SDK ? If all the above is correct, try restarting eclipse.
  • 9.6 years ago
    Hi, Is there a download link for the .apk file used in the workshop. Apologies if I have missed it but I can't see a download link anywhere.
    • vandana.rajamani
      9.6 years ago
      Hi Justin, The download link for the .apk file is available in the section "Unzip Android ADT" in the previous OBE "Setting up the environment for Oracle Mobile and Social Access Management hands-on" which is a pre-requisite before doing this OBE. Thanks,
    • justin.tomlinson
      9.6 years ago
      That's great, got it thank you.