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OAM 11g : How To Configure OAM Auditing (Doc ID 1492681.1)

Last updated on APRIL 14, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Access Manager - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The Goal of this document is to configure the Audit Store feature for OAM  and check the authentication attempt made by end users trying to access a protected resource.

References :
"11.3.1 Audit Architecture"
"12 Configuring and Managing Auditing"
"Table C-14 The Audit Schema"

Architecture :

The resource is protected by the LDAPScheme, the related LDAP Module points to an OID instance. The authorised users are in under "<LDAP_DN>"


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In this Document
 A- Overview
 B- Configure Audit for OAM
 1- Run the RCU to add the Audit Tables
 2- use the WLS Console  to create the Audit DataSource
 3- use the EM Console to enable the Audit feature for the Domain
 4- use the OAM console to enable OAM Audit and set the OAM events to record
 C- Useful SQLPLUS commands :
 a- to check the audit tables names in the DB :
 b- to check the columns of the OAM Audit Table:
 c- to check the content of the table <PREFIX>_IAU.OAM :
 D- OAM Authentication attempts monitoring
 Scenario 1 :
 Scenario 2 :

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