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Import OAM Plugins From Command Line Instead Of Using OAM Console UI (Doc ID 2079626.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

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


You need a command line tool to import the plugin and all related options related to them.

You currently have to do this manually which takes up a lot of time. You would like to automate the deployment of this plugins.

Options needed:
Import Plugin...
Distribute selected
Active selected
Deactivate selected
Remove selected

get Status of plugin by Name (column in the plugins)
get Parameters of "Activation status" and "Configuration Parameters" of any plugin.

Add step to authentication module by name of authentication module

set Initial step in authentication module by name of authentication module
set onSuccess,On Failure, OnError combo a option by name of authentication module

All options to set a plugin in autentication module.


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