OAAM Native Integration With Web Apps Not Showing Cutomization, AppId Usage Example Needed
(Doc ID 1923066.1)
Last updated on JANUARY 24, 2019
Applies to:Oracle Adaptive Access Manager - Version 22.214.171.124.0 and later
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I have created a web app (java) and used native integration (processor framework as per oracle samples). This app has its own oaam_custom.properties in this properties file i have defined following:
bharosa.uio.default.DeviceKeyPadFull.default.image = /keypad_bg/UIO_BG.jpg
bharosa.uio.default.DeviceKeyPadAlpha.default.image = /keypad_bg/UIO_BG.jpg
bharosa.uio.default.DeviceTextPad.default.image = /textpad_bg/UIO_BG.jpg
bharosa.uio.default.DevicePinPad.default.image = /pinpad_bg/UIO_BG.jpg
I want to also define the frame (bharosa.authentipad.textpad.frame.file) of the authentipads. However none of this works. Do we need to use the oracle.oaam.extensions.war as per Document 1459645.1?
How does this work if we want to sandbox each application customization? I would have thought that the oaam_custom.properties file bundled into each app allows different customisation per app. Again, the documentation talks about using Application ID, bit this sounds it only works if you have a proxy infront of the deployment. How do i set an application ID so i can select customisation per app?
Why does the oaam_custom.properties not work? Only works for properties such as bharosa.uio.default.Password.authenticator.device but the ones mentioned above it doesn't.
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