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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)

Last updated on OCTOBER 18, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Internet Directory - Version and later
Oracle Unified Directory - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This article provides an example demonstration to install and configure Oracle Directory Integration Platform (DIP) for Oracle Unified Directory (OUD) on Linux with a database. This document does not supersede Oracle Documentation provided to install and configure, this is one person's experience to show extra notes taken along the way. Similar steps can be followed for Windows in reference to Main Oracle Documentation.

Note: For information about installing DIP 12c without a database with OUD 12c as the backend directory -

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)

This would be under the circumstance where OUD 12c does not need a database, like in an OUD 12c standalone installation.



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In this Document
 Example - Installation and Configuration of Oracle Directory Integration Platform (DIP) 12c with Oracle Unified Directory
 1. Installation of Infrastructure
2. Installation of DIP
3. Running RCU for DIP 12c
 4. Configuring Oracle Unified Directory (Non-SSL) for Oracle Directory Integration Platform
  4.1 Installing Oracle Unified Directory
 4.2 Configuring Oracle Unified Directory
 4.3 Creating Oracle Unified Directory Suffixes
  4.4 Enabling External Change Log
  4.5 Configuring the Oracle WebLogic Server Domain for Oracle Directory Integration Platform with Oracle Unified Directory
 4.6 Starting the Servers
 4.7 Configuring Oracle Directory Integration Platform for Oracle Unified Directory
 4.8 Adding Access Control Instructions (ACIs) for Oracle Unified Directory
 5. This article has implemented Oracle Unified Directory to be in NON-SSL with Oracle Directory Integration Platform.
 6. Verifying Oracle Directory Integration Platform

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