Category: <span>password management</span>

Enabling unsolicited login in OAM 11gR2

What Is Unsolicited Login? Unsolicited login is the functionality where users access some part or feature of an application anonymously, but another part or feature requires them to login/authenticate before using those features. An Unsolicited Login Scenario For OAM Let’s assume that there’s an application ABC which we access using www.abc.com. By default, any user
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Best Practices For Unique Login Names

We’ve put together a short list of some best practices for unique login names.  Users having a unique name is important for auditing and security. Define a method early on to help assure users are always unique across all systems and helps pinpoint any security and audit concerns quickly. Avoid recognizable naming standards. Such as
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oam, unsolicited login, and ssl

Problem: So maybe my pain will help someone else. I recently encountered an issue when combining OAM, Unsolicited Login and SSL. I had configured everything properly in a test environment so that Unsolicited Login worked properly over HTTP. Testing verified everything worked properly. As soon as we switched to using our HTTPS-only endpoints everything broke.
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Special Passwords in OPSS

Just a helpful hint that may save you time, if you are attempting to configure the security store as a final step in the OIM 11gR2 process ensure that the PREFIX_OPSS schema password does not contain special characters. The database and OPSS don’t have issues with it but configuring the OPSS security store via wlst.sh
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