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E1: LDAP: Frequently Asked Questions on Configuration of Single Sign On ( SSO ) Through Oracle Access Management ( OAM ) with EnterpriseOne (Doc ID 2157524.1)

Last updated on JULY 07, 2020

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

 This document answers the most frequently asked questions (FAQ) on configuration of Single Sign On ( SSO ) authentication through Oracle Access Management ( OAM ) with EnterpriseOne.

Questions and Answers

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In this Document
Purpose
Questions and Answers
 Question 1: What is the minimum Tools Release required to configure SSO with EnterpriseOne?
 Question 2: Where are the Certifications located for OAM for Configuration of SSO with EnterpriseOne?
 Question 3: Where is the documentation located for configuration of SSO though OAM with EnterpriseOne?
 Question 4: Does Oracle support any other product apart for Oracle Access Manager (OAM) to configure SSO with EnterpriseOne?
 Question 5: What other components needs to be installed to support SSO through OAM with EnterpriseOne?
 Question 6: Can single instance of OAM be used to configure SSO for multiple JAS instances?
 Question 7: Does EnterpriseOne support Microsoft Active Directory (MAD) as LDAP Server for SSO configuration with EnterpriseOne?
 Question 8: What is the difference between Windows Native Authentication (WNA) with SSO and simple SSO setup?
 Question 9: What is the difference between LDAP and SSO configuration w.r.t EnterpriseOne?
 Question 10: Does SSO works for Development (FAT) Clients as well?
 Question 11: Is it possible to create the OAM schemas through Oracle Repository Creation Utility (RCU) on Microsoft SQL Server Database?
 Question 12: Does OAM authentication work in conjunction with ReportsNow Data Access Studio (DAS)?
 Question 13: When LDAP authentication is enabled, an E1 user will be created whenever a valid LDAP user logs in for the first time. Is the same true for OAM authentication?
 Question 14: Can LDAP authentication and OAM authentication be enabled at the same time
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