OUD 12c: How to Configure a Proxy Server Virtual Directory created from Multiple Remote Data Sources using Join Workflow Element (Using Command-Line Interface Only)
(Doc ID 2548933.1)
Last updated on OCTOBER 26, 2020
Oracle Unified Directory - Version 22.214.171.124.0 and later Information in this document applies to any platform.
This document describes sample steps to configure an Oracle Unified Directory (OUD) Proxy Server providing a virtual directory created from multiple remote data sources, OUD and Oracle Database, using Join Workflow Element. Here uses command-line interface only. Please refer the OUD Administrator Guide for the technology information details;
Administering Oracle Unified Directory 126.96.36.199 - 1.3 Overview of Proxy Server - 3 Understanding Deployments Using the Proxy Server - 12.1 Accessing Remote Data Sources - 12.5 Understanding Virtualization - 20 Configuring Access to Remote Data Sources - 24.1 Configuring a Virtual Directory View of Your Repositories - A.1.2.4 dsconfig
The steps below has been tested on OUD 188.8.131.52, but it may work on OUD 11g R2 also.
NOTE: All unique words such as hostnames, ports, usernames and LDAP entry DNs described in this document are fictitious, described as examples, and have no relation to actual persons, organizations or groups.
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