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How To Install AS10G Infrastructure Component SSO/OIDDAS in Split Env (Doc ID 368806.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle9iAS Single Sign-On - Version: 9.0.4.0.0 to 10.1.2.0.2
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

Purpose

The purpose of this document is to walk you through Step-by-Step Instruction on how to install AS10G Infrastructure Identity Management Component Single Sign-on (SSO) and OIDDAS. 

This installation was done using AS10G 9.0.4.0.0. However, the same concept and steps are applicable on AS10G10.1.2.0.2.

This installation is part of the following Master Note:

<>: Master Note:How to Split AS10G Infrastructure Components Including the Metadata Repository and Identity Management

 

Assumption

1.     Installation will take place on windows2k.

2.     Installation of the Metadata Repository of the Infrastructure 9.0.4.0

3.     Installation of the following components was done successfully first and working fine:

<>: How To Install the Metadata Repository AS10G Infrastructure Split Environment.

<>:  How To Install AS10G Infrastructure Component OID in Split Env

Solution

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In this Document
  Goal
     Purpose
     Assumption
  Solution
     1.     Run Oracle Universal Installer (OUI)
     2.      Specify File Locations
     3.      Select a Product to Install
     4.     Select Installation Type
     5.     Preview of Steps for Infrastructure Installation
     6.      Select Configuration Options
     7.      Register with OID
     8.      Specify Login for OID
     9.      Specify Instance Name and ias_admin password
     10.     Summary
     11.       Configuration Assistants
     12.     End of Installation
     13.    Verify SSO
     14.     Test OIDDAS
     15.    Check orasso password from sqlplus
     16.      Chech opmnctl command
     17.      Move to the Next Installation

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