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OPSS 11gR1 Lesson 2: Administration Concepts and Configuration shows you how to use OPSS features. This includes the main administrative tasks of OPSS, the tools available for each task, and instruction on how to use FMW Control and WLST OPSS scripts to configure OPSS security. This prepares you for administering OPSS environments.
OPSS 11gR1 Lesson 4: Advanced Administration shows you how to migrate one working FMW environment to another environment, such as from test to production. This lesson shows you how to use the FMW cloning utilities to copy FMW products and Java and System components, and how to modify settings between environments. It also shows you how to migrate identities, policy artifacts, and credentials manually. This prepares you for migrating your own OPSS-enabled FMW environments.
OPSS 11gR1 Lesson 3: Application Deployment shows you how to deploy OPSS-enabled applications to WebLogic Server environments. This lesson covers what happens when an application is deployed, how to manage data migration during deployment, and the life cycle of OPSS security artifacts from the application package to the server. This prepares you for deploying your own OPSS-enabled applications.
This example is used to demonstrate how to develop the following OIM Plug-ins using JDeveloper: * An Oracle Identity Manager request status changed plug-in. * An Oracle Identity Manager kernel event handler. * An Oracle Identity Manager scheduled task.
This OBE tutorial describes and shows you how to use Oracle Identity Manager 184.108.40.206.0 to create custom approval processes and use them to approve requests to assign resources to a user.
This OBE tutorial describes and shows you how to use Oracle Identity Manager 220.127.116.11.0 to create a custom approval process and use it to approve a request for role assignment for a user.
This tutorial is an expanded example that is based on the Oracle Identity Manager 11g Developers Guide chapter, which describes how to add a custom ADF tab to the Self Service console. The customization support enables complex customizations in the Self Service. You can add additional top-level tabs to the right of the Tasks, Requests, and Profile sections of the Self Service console.
This tutorial covers how to determine the appropriate location of files used to change button labels for Oracle Identity Manager Web-based consoles effectively.
This tutorial covers how you can integrate Oracle Entitlements Server (OES) 11g permissions with an ADF-based UI, where you integrate the Oracle Entitlements Server 11g permission check with a new ADF Task Flow in the Oracle Idenity Manager 11g Administration console.
This OBE tutorial describes and shows you how to use Oracle Identity Manager 18.104.22.168.0 to create a custom approval process and use it to approve a user's request for self registration.
This example is used to demonstrate how to integrate OES permissions into an ADF UI. This example describes integrating OES permissions into a new ADF task flow in the Administration Console.
In this tutorial you learn how to customize Oracle Identity Manager(OIM) User Interface (UI) using custom ADF skins.