OAM 10g: Integrating Oracle Application Server Single Sign-On with Oracle Access Manager Step by Step

(Doc ID 979827.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

COREid Access - Version: to - Release: 10g to
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Provide a step by step process that was successfully used to enable single-sign on for the integration of Oracle Application Server Single Sign-On (OSSO) with Oracle Access Manager (OAM), that can be used as a guide line for the customer’s specific needs.

The following steps we derived from a specific environment. Some of the commands and or values used may need to be altered to fit your environments specific needs.

Environment Used
Steps Followed
1. Create a Java Class file
2. Edit the policy.properties file to use the new java class
3. Create an OAM Policy Domain that protects the Single-Sign On Login URL and sets an HTTP header variable.

How to do this is detailed in the following documents:
Oracle Application Server Single Sign-On Administrator’s Guide 10g (, Chapter 14 Integrating with Third-Party Access Management Systems

Oracle® Access Manager Integration Guide 10g ( Part Number E10356-01
Chapter 4 Integrating with Oracle Application Servers, Creating the Java Class for Integration

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