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Configure Java External Authentication Plug-ins Using GUI or Text Mode in OID (Doc ID 1398375.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 26, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Internet Directory - Version 10.1.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
External Authentication Plug-ins, Java Plug-ins, OID, Authentication, AD, Iplanet, ODSEE, ADAM, eDirectory, OpenLDAP, Tivoli


Goal

This document describe how to configure Java-based external authentication plug-ins in Oracle Internet Directory (OID).

The examples show plugin configuration for AD. Similar steps should work for other directories like iPlanet/SunOne or ODSEE, ADAM, eDirectory, OpenLDAP, Tivoli.
The configuration shown here is for the case when a plugin communicates with third party directory services (AD) over LDAP.

In this document, for OID 12c and 11g:
I. Configuring plugins from command prompt.
II. Configuring plugins in GUI.

Solution

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In this Document
Goal
Solution
 OID 12c and 11g
 I. Configuring plugins from command prompt
 II. Configuring plugins in GUI
 OID 10g
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