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Step by Step Process to Build a Custom Authorization Plug-in using C# (Doc ID 781073.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 21, 2016

Applies to:

COREid Access - Version: to
Microsoft Windows Server 2003


This document is written as a step by step instructions on how to build a custom Authorization plguin written in C#.
The provided sample code is a simple example that sets or modify a header variable,For simplicity, the code will create a header variable with the e-mail of the logged in user.

Please note that the code provided here is for sample and/or informational use only. It will not be supported by Oracle Support and is not deemed to be accurate or error-free.

Below are my assumptions

  • SharpDevelope 2.2 is used to compile the code, it's an Open Source Development Environment for .NET, you can download it from here.
  • .Net Framework 2.0 is installed.
  • Compiled on Windows 2003.
  • OAM10.
  • Directory Server: Sun Directory Server.
  • WebServer: IIS. 


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