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OUD 12c / RGW 12c / ODSEE - Example - Replicating a SubSuffix Between OUD and ODSEE Using Replication Gateway (Doc ID 2567094.1)

Last updated on APRIL 27, 2023

Applies to:

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


 An example of replicating a subsuffix using Replication Gateway (RGW) 12c with OUD 12c and ODSEE (with encrypted connections) by following steps in -
OUD 12c - How to Install and Configure Standalone Replication Gateway (RGW) Instances With Standalone OUD Instances and ODSEE Instances (Doc ID 2342797.1)

Additional steps taken since subsuffix is being replicated (rather than a suffix).

In this example, the subsuffix being replicated is the 3rd subsuffix configured, where there is a root suffix -
which is the parent of -
which is the parent of -
which is the parent of -
where -
is the only subsuffix being replicated.


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In this Document
 = Prerequisites =
 = Check ODSEE Config / Schema and Migrate to OUD =
 = Create 1st RGW Instance =
 = Initialize OUD1 with ODSEE data =
 = Add RGW Cert to ODSEE1 =
 = Add RGW Cert to OUD1 =
 = Verify Replication Successful Between OUD1 and ODSEE Instances =
 = Create OUD2 Instance =
 = Configure SubSuffixes in OUD2 =
 a) Configure DB Backend Workflow Element Config for All Subsuffixes
 b) Workflow Config for Workflow Elements Created
 c) Configure Network Group for all Workflows Configured
 = Global Config Modification =
 = Global ACI Config =
 = Password Policy Default Password Storage Scheme Change =
 = Create 2nd RGW Instance =
 = Add RGW2 Cert to ODSEE2 =
 = Enable Replication on the 2nd OUD Instance =
 = Initialize 2nd OUD Instance =
 = Check the Replication Status of the Replicated Subsuffix =
 = Test Modify OUD2 =
 = Test Modify ODSEE2 =
 = Test Modify OUD1 =
 = Test Modify ODSEE1 =

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