OAM 11g : How To use editOAMServer and displayOAMServer ?
(Doc ID 1507858.1)
Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017
Applies to:Oracle Access Manager - Version 184.108.40.206.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
The goal of this document is to cover the use of editOAMServer and displayOAMServer in online mode as the Oracle documentation ( http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E21764_01/web.1111/e13813/custom_infra_security.htm#CHDFEICH ) is not accurate at the time of writing. It contains some facts and examples of use made on a test environment.
Note: Generally speaking, any WLST command related to OAM configuration must be used after the first start of the AdminServer. This phase is required to initialize internal objects and configuration files as explained in the Oracle® Fusion Middleware Administrator's Guide for Oracle Access Management 11g Release 2 (11.1.2) :
Starting the AdminServer the first time can take an unusually long time: 12-15 minutes, for example. This process must not be interrupted or terminated. Otherwise, policy data might be corrupted.
If the startWebLogic.cmd (Windows; or startWebLogic.sh command on Linux) is stopped for any reason (whether accidently or a system crash or a reboot, for example), policy data might be corrupted. This would require removal and recreation of the domain and rerunning the RCU to create the OAM schema.
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In this Document
|1-editOAMServer and diplayOAMServer are WLST specific OAM commands.|
|2-To use these commands you must be connected to an OAM Domain (online mode)|
|3-The needed values to use editOAMServer are host, port and sometimes domainHome|
|3-1.Which are the host and port values ?|
|4-Example : modifying the oamProxyPort|
|4-1.When the impacted oam managed server is stopped|
|4-2.When the impacted oam managed server is started|
|This document is being delivered to you via Oracle Support's Rapid Visibility (RaV) process and therefore has not been subject to an independent technical review.|