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OUD 11g - How to Configure Oracle Unified Directory (OUD) as the Backend Store for Directory Integration Platform (DIP) (Doc ID 1511134.1)

Last updated on APRIL 06, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Internet Directory
Oracle Unified Directory
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This article describes how to configure Oracle Unified Directory (OUD) 11g as the Directory Integration Platform (DIP) 11g backend store (directory).

For info about how to configure DIP 12c with OUD 12c, please refer to -

OUD12c / DIP12c - How to Configure Directory Integration Platform (DIP) Without a Database and in the Same Domain as Oracle Unified Directory Services Manager (OUDSM) (Doc ID 2335307.1)

OUD 12c : How to Install and Configure Oracle Directory Integration Platform ( DIP 12c ) for Oracle Unified Directory With an Example Demonstration (Doc ID 2306429.1)


Prerequisites -

Download of OUD, certified JDK, WebLogic Server (WLS) and Oracle Identity Management

Installation of OUD and WLS

* Information about OUD versions that are certified with specific versions of DIP within Oracle Identity Management 11g (ID&Access tab) -

* Information about JDK requirements for OUD depend on OUD version and can be found in the Certification Matrix -

To Install the latest 11g version of DIP (which is packaged with OID) Download Patch 20995629: ORACLE IDENTITY MANAGEMENT 11G PATCH SET 7 (
This is a full installer or can be used to upgrade DIP.
For more info -
Upgrading OVD OID 11g To / (Doc ID 2026392.1)


Note: The configuration in this KM article uses the documentation (below) which describes how to configure Oracle Unified Directory (OUD) with Oracle Identity Management -

Oracle® Fusion Middleware Installation Guide for Oracle Identity Management11g Release 1 (11.1.1)
Chapter 12: Configuring Oracle Unified Directory with Oracle Identity Management

Chapter 12 describes how to integrate Oracle Unified Directory (OUD) with Oracle Directory Integrated Platform (ODIP), when OUD is used as DIP backend store.



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