Oracle Access Manager (OAM) - Custom Authentication Plugins Quick Start Guide
(Doc ID 2415632.1)
Last updated on JULY 20, 2021
Applies to:Oracle Access Manager - Version 18.104.22.168.0 and later
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Oracle Access Manager (OAM) the authentication flow from credential collection through session establishment is configurable, 99% of the time without needing to write a single line of code or by scripting anything.Out of the box (OOB) OAM 11g ships with several Authentication Schemes prewired, which can be changed or adjusted to meet most business requirements. There may come a time when this is not true and a customization is needed. This document will provided a starting point when dealing with this ... via a Custom Authentication Plugin. It will provide the related product documentation , Helpful KM Notes, and Blogs. The Oracle Access Manager Team recommends being at the latest product version release, patch-set, and Bundle Patch that is available for the specific component being used. This helps insure that you have the latest fixes/product functionality and helps avoid unnecessary rediscovery of known issues. For more detailed information to the latest release/patchset/BP of Oracle Access Serve, please refer to:
- <Note:736372.1> OAM Bundle Patch Release History
- <Note:2205006.1> Upgrade, Migration and Patching Terminology from an Oracle Access - Manager 11g (OAM) Perspective Quick Start Guide
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