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Configuring Oracle Access Manager (OAM) as Single Sign on for P6 EPPM Web Products (Doc ID 913727.1)

Last updated on MARCH 12, 2021

Applies to:

Primavera P6 Enterprise Project Portfolio Management - Version 7.0 and later
All Platforms

Purpose

The purpose of this document is to provide information and steps on how to configure Oracle Access Manager with Primavera P6 EPPM.

Starting with r15.1.0.0, this instruction has been added to a new document Oracle Access Manager Configuration Guide.  The guide can be found on the Oracle Technology Network for your release version of P6 EPPM.

Scope

Following this document assumes:

Please refer to the Tested Configurations document so that you are informed of the OAM configurations tested:  OTN Link

  • Oracle Primavera has tested OAM with Oracle HTTP Server as the preferred Webgate Server.
  • Please note with Progress Reporter 7.0 SP1 there is a known issue with Web SSO authentication not working properly.
    • This has been resolved with Progress Reporter 7.0 SP2.
    • Please see <Document 1088089.1> for the latest service packs for the v7.0 release.

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 Part 1 - Configure the Oracle HTTP Server WebLogic Proxy Plugin For P6 EPPM
 Part 2 - Configure OAM To Protect P6 EPPM Resources
 Part 3 - Configure P6 EPPM Authentication Scheme
 Part 4 - Configure P6 (Also Known As Web Access)
 Part 5 - Configure P6 Progress Reporter Administration [Applicable to P6 EPPM r8.3 And Earlier Release Versions Only]
 Part 6 - Configure P6 Team Member
 Part 7 - Configure P6 Professional (Not Configured For P6 Professional Cloud Connect):
 Part 8:  Configuring P6 Professional (Configured for P6 Professional Cloud Connect) r15.2.0.0 and later:
 Part 9:  Common Knowledge Base Documents And Issues
References

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