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Oracle Identity Management (OIM): How to Set Up a Java Connector Server Locally to Troubleshoot Connector Issues (Doc ID 2864758.1)

Last updated on JULY 22, 2022

Applies to:

Identity Manager Connector - Version and later
Identity Manager - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Connector issues are often hard to isolate and diagnose.  There are times when it is beneficial to isolate connector log messages into a single brief log file or isolate the connector bundle for replacement with a newer, older, or diagnostic patch version of the bundle.  Having a connector server already configured makes any troubleshooting or bundle replacement quicker and easier, and eliminates the need to restart the OIM servers if the bundle must be replaced.


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In this Document
 Stage 1:  Download, Uncompress, and Configure the Java Connector Server
 Stage 2:  Create and Test an IT Resource for the Java Connector Server
 Stage 3:  Switch OIM to use the Connector Server rather than the connector bundle installed in OIM
 Stage 4:  Enable or disable logging for the Java Connector Server
 Stage 5:  Starting or stopping the Java Connector Server

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