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Oracle Identity Manager 11g: Essentials Activity Guide D65160GC10 Edition 1.0 March 2011 D69804 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates All rights reserved Disclaimer This document contains proprietary information and is protected by copyright and other intellectual property laws You may copy and print this document solely for your own use in an Oracle training course The document may not be modified or altered in any way Except where your use constitutes "fair use" under copyright law, you may not use, share, download, upload, copy, print, display, perform, reproduce, publish, license, post, transmit, or distribute this document in whole or in part without the express authorization of Oracle The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice If you find any problems in the document, please report them in writing to: Oracle University, 500 Oracle Parkway, Redwood Shores, California 94065 USA This document is not warranted to be error-free Restricted 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Srinivas Marni, Debapriya Datta, Alexandre Babeanu, Don Biasotti, Gururaj B.S This book was published using: Oracle Tutor Table of Contents Practices for Lesson .1-1 Practices for Lesson 1-2 Practices for Lesson .2-1 Practices for Lesson 2-2 Practices for Lesson .3-1 Practices for Lesson 3-2 Practice 3-1: Start Oracle WebLogic Server 3-3 Practice 3-2: Start Oracle Identity Manager Server and Oracle SOA Server 3-6 Practice 3-3: Launch the Oracle SOA and Oracle Identity Manager Administration Consoles .3-11 Practice 3-4: Navigate the Oracle Identity Manager Administrative and User Console 3-17 Practice 3-5: Launch and Navigate the Oracle Identity Manager Design Console 3-25 Practices for Lesson .4-1 Practices for Lesson 4-2 Practices for Lesson .5-1 Practices for Lesson 5-2 Practice 5-1: Create Organizations 5-3 Practice 5-2: Create Suborganizations 5-7 Practice 5-3: Create Users .5-10 Practice 5-4: Create a Role Category 5-16 Practice 5-5: Create Roles .5-18 Practice 5-6: Assign Users to Roles .5-24 Practice 5-7: Use the Bulk Load Utility to Import a Role Category into Oracle Identity Manager 5-31 Practice 5-8: Use the Bulk Load Utility to Import Users into Oracle Identity Manager 5-39 Practice 5-9: Use the Bulk Load Utility to Import and Assign Roles in Oracle Identity Manager 5-45 Practice 5-10: Use the Bulk Load Utility to Assign Users to Roles in Oracle Identity Manager 5-49 Practices for Lesson .6-1 Practices for Lesson 6-2 Practice 6-1: Copy Connector and External Code Files 6-3 Practice 6-2: Configure Oracle Identity Manager Server 6-7 Practice 6-3: Import an Oracle Identity Manager Connector 6-11 Practice 6-4: Define an IT Resource 6-18 Practice 6-5: Create a User 6-28 Practice 6-6: Assign the Connector to a User 6-29 Practice 6-7: Complete the Custom Process Form 6-33 Practice 6-8: Access the Resource 6-38 Practices for Lesson .7-1 Practices for Lesson 7-2 Practice 7-1: Configure the Resource Object 7-3 Practice 7-2: Create an Auto Membership Rule .7-5 Practice 7-3: Assign an Auto Membership Rule to a Role 7-8 Practice 7-4: Create an Access Policy 7-12 Practice 7-5: Create a User 7-17 Practice 7-6: Complete the Custom Process Form 7-21 Practice 7-7: Access the Resource 7-24 Practice 7-8: Modify the Provisioning Process .7-25 Practice 7-9: Modify the Custom Process Form .7-31 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates All rights reserved Oracle Identity Manager 11g: Essentials Table of Contents i Practice 7-10: Provision a Resource to a User .7-34 Practice 7-11: Access the Resource 7-44 Practices for Lesson .8-1 Practices for Lesson 8-2 Practice 8-1: Create Prerequisite Organizations, Role Categories, and Roles 8-3 Practice 8-2: Configuring the JDeveloper Environment 8-6 Practice 8-3: Deploy and Register Custom SOA Composites 8-24 Practice 8-4: Import the iPlanet User Resource Request Dataset 8-40 Practice 8-5: Configure Sun Java System Directory Server Group and Role 8-45 Practice 8-6: Update Lookup Definitions 8-51 Practice 8-7: Create a Request Template 8-61 Practice 8-8: Create Approval Policies 8-67 Practice 8-9: Create Users for the Request 8-81 Practice 8-10: Create a Request 8-82 Practice 8-11: Approve Tasks and Verify Provisioning 8-91 Practices for Lesson .9-1 Practices for Lesson 9-2 Practice 9-1: Start Microsoft Active Directory and Sun Java System Directory Server 9-4 Practice 9-2: Configure the External Resources 9-9 Practice 9-3: Copy Connector and External Code Files 9-12 Practice 9-4: Configure Oracle Identity Manager Server 9-15 Practice 9-5: Import Oracle Identity Manager Connectors .9-18 Practice 9-6: Define IT Resources 9-22 Practice 9-7: Modify Scheduled Jobs .9-27 Practice 9-8: Reconcile with a Trusted Source and a Target Resource 9-33 Practices for Lesson 10 10-1 Practices for Lesson 10 10-2 Practice 10-1: Create Prerequisite Entities 10-4 Practice 10-2: Create and Associate Membership Rules .10-5 Practice 10-3: Create HelpDesk, Human Resources, and Manager User Accounts 10-12 Practice 10-4: Extend the Oracle Identity Manager User Schema 10-16 Practice 10-5: Create Authorization Policies 10-29 Practice 10-6: Test and Verify Authorization Policies Implementation 10-48 Practices for Lesson 11 11-1 Practices for Lesson 11 11-2 Practice 11-1: Configure the Oracle BI Publisher Environment 11-3 Practice 11-2: Create Access Policy Reports 11-11 Practice 11-3: Create Request and Approval Reports 11-14 Practice 11-4: Create a Password Report 11-18 Practice 11-5: Create a Resource Report 11-20 Practice 11-6: Create Role and Organization Reports 11-22 Practice 11-7: Create a User Report 11-26 Practices for Lesson 12 12-1 Practices for Lesson 12 12-2 Practice 12-1: Access Oracle Identity Manager Log Configuration Details 12-4 Practice 12-2: Create an Oracle Identity Manager User 12-11 Practice 12-3: View Provisioning Messages in the Oracle Identity Manager Log 12-15 Practice 12-4: Resolve Provisioning Issue .12-20 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates All rights reserved Oracle Identity Manager 11g: Essentials Table of Contents ii Practice 12-5: Monitor Scheduled Events 12-27 Practices for Lesson 13 13-1 Practices for Lesson 13 13-2 Practice 13-1: Export and Re-import the OIM Configuration using the MDS Utility 13-4 Practice 13-2: Exporting Deployment Configuration with the Deployment Manager 13-11 Practice 13-3: Import an XML File Using the Deployment Manager .13-24 Practices for Lesson B 14-1 Practices for Lesson B 14-2 Practices for Lesson C 15-1 Practices for Lesson C 15-2 Practices for Lesson D 16-1 Practices for Lesson D 16-2 Practices for Appendix E 17-1 Practices for Appendix E 17-2 Practice E-1: Build an Oracle Identity Manager Connector 17-3 Practices for Appendix F 18-1 Practices for Appendix F 18-2 Practice F-1: Branding the Identity Administration Console 18-4 Practice F-2: Branding the Authenticated Self Service Console 18-15 Practice F-3: Renaming Button Labels 18-20 Practice F-4: Creating Custom Skins and Style Sheets 18-25 Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates All rights reserved Oracle Identity Manager 11g: Essentials Table of Contents iii Practices for Lesson Chapter Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates All rights reserved Practices for Lesson Chapter - Page Practices for Lesson Practices Overview There are no practices for Lesson Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates All rights reserved Practices for Lesson Chapter - Page Practices for Lesson Chapter Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates All rights reserved Practices for Lesson Chapter - Page Practices for Lesson Practices Overview There are no practices for Lesson Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates All rights reserved Practices for Lesson Chapter - Page Your file should resemble the following screenshot: 11 Save your changes to the Self_en.properties file Close the file 12 Navigate to the backups directory At the prompt, enter: jar –cf iam-consoles-faces.jar * 13 Navigate to the D:\app\oracle\product\middleware\iam_home\server\ apps\oim.ear\iam-consoles-faces.war\WEB-INF\lib directory Replace the unedited iam-consoles-faces.jar file with the modified file 14 Restart Oracle Identity Manager Server and the Authenticated Self Service Console The Home page of this console appears The header banner of this console is changed from Identity Manager Self Service to Identity Provisioning System Self Service Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates All rights reserved Practices for Appendix F Chapter 18 - Page 16 Tasks: Adding a Logo Shut down the Oracle Identity Manager Server and the Authenticated Self Service Console Using a text editor, open the Self.jspx file, located in the D:\app\oracle\product\middleware\iam_home\server\apps\oim.ear\ iam-consoles-faces.war\pages directory Locate the following line of code: Below this line of code, add the following lines of code: MyCustomBrandingLogo { backgroundimage:url('/oim/images/acme_captial2.png'); background-position:center; background-repeat:repeat-n; display:block; height:3.5em; width:119px; } Your file should resemble the following screenshot: Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates All rights reserved Practices for Appendix F Chapter 18 - Page 17 Locate the following line of code: Below this line of code, add the following line of code: Your file should resemble the following screenshot: Save your changes to the Self.jspx file Close the file Restart Oracle Identity Manager Server and the Authenticated Self Service Console The logo, represented by the acme_capital2.png file, appears in the Home page of this console Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates All rights reserved Practices for Appendix F Chapter 18 - Page 18 Tasks: Changing the Logo Mouseover Text Shut down the Oracle Identity Manager Server and the Authenticated Self Service Console Open a DOS window Using a text editor, open the Self.jspx file, located in the D:\app\oracle\product\middleware\iam_home\server\apps\oim.ear\ iam-consoles-faces.war\pages directory Locate the following line of code: Below this line of code, add the following line of code: Your file should resemble the following screenshot: Save your changes to the Self.jspx file Close the file Restart Oracle Identity Manager Server and the Authenticated Self Service Console The mouseover text of Oracle, which is associated with the logo, is now replaced with the mouseover text you specified in Step of this procedure (ACME INC).| Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates All rights reserved Practices for Appendix F Chapter 18 - Page 19 Practice F-3: Renaming Button Labels Overview In this practice, you rename button text (or labels) in two consoles: the Identity Administration Console and the Authenticated Self Service Console Specifically, you learn how to change button labels in the following consoles: • For the Identity Administration console, you change the text in the Save and Cancel buttons to Submit and Clear These buttons are located on the Create User page of the console • For the Authenticated Self Service Console, you change the text in the Apply and Revert buttons to Submit and Cancel These buttons are located on the Challenge Questions page of the console Assumptions You completed the practices titled “Branding the Identity Administration Console” and “Branding the Authenticated Self Service Console.” Tasks: Identity Administration Console Shut down the Oracle Identity Manager Server and the Authenticated Self Service Console Open a DOS window Navigate to the D:\app\oracle\product\middleware\iam_home\server\ apps\oim.ear\admin.war\WEB-INF\lib\ directory Create a folder titled backups in this directory This folder contains a copy of all files you are to modify for this subpractice Important: If the backups folder already exists, remove all files and directories within the folder Copy the IdentityTaskFlow.jar file, which resides in the D:\app\oracle\product\middleware\iam_home\ server\apps\oim.ear\admin.war\WEB-INF\lib directory Paste this file into the backups folder Navigate to the backups folder At the prompt, enter: jar –xf IdentityTaskFlow.jar Important: If you cannot extract the jar file, make sure you set the PATH environment variable to point to the folder where the Java JDK resides For example, if the Java JDK is located in the D:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_18\bin directory, enter the following at the prompt: set PATH=%PATH%;D:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_18\bin Using a text editor, open the IdentityUIBundle_en.properties file, found in the backups\oracle\iam\identitytaskflow\resources directory Note: This directory appears after you extract the contents of the IdentityTaskFlow.jar file Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates All rights reserved Practices for Appendix F Chapter 18 - Page 20 Locate the following lines of code: ## Create User Taskflow properties save_action=Save cancel_action=Cancel Note: You search for these lines of code because you are going to rename button labels on the Create User page of the Identity Administration console 10 Modify the values for the save_action and cancel_action parameters, as follows: Parameter Old Value New Value save_action Save Submit cancel_action Cancel Clear Note: By modifying the values for the save_action and cancel_action parameters, you are renaming the Save and Cancel buttons (to Submit and Clear) These buttons are located on the Create User page of the Identity Administration Console Your file should resemble the following screenshot: 11 Save your changes to the IdentityUIBundle_en.properties file Close the file 12 Navigate to the backups directory At the prompt, enter: jar –cf IdentityTaskFlow.jar * 13 Navigate to the D:\app\oracle\product\middleware\iam_home\server\ apps\oim.ear\admin.war\WEB-INF\lib directory Replace the unedited IdentityTaskFlow.jar file with the modified file 14 Restart Oracle Identity Manager Server and the Identity Administration Console The Home page of this console appears Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates All rights reserved Practices for Appendix F Chapter 18 - Page 21 15 Click the Create User link on the Identity Administration Console Home page Your modifications to the IdentityUIBundle_en.properties file are reflected in this form Specifically, you changed the text in the Save and Cancel buttons (to Submit and Clear) Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates All rights reserved Practices for Appendix F Chapter 18 - Page 22 Tasks: Authenticated Self Service Console Shut down the Oracle Identity Manager Server and the Identity Administration Console Open a DOS window Navigate to the D:\app\oracle\product\middleware\iam_home\server\ apps\oim.ear\iam-consoles-faces.war\WEB-INF\lib directory Create a folder titled backups in this directory This folder contains a copy of all files you are to modify for this subpractice Important: If the backups folder already exists, remove all files and directories within the folder Copy the OIMUI.jar file, which resides in the D:\app\oracle\product\ middleware\iam_home\server\apps\oim.ear\iam-consolesfaces.war\WEB-INF\lib directory Paste this file into the backups folder Navigate to the backups folder At the prompt, enter the command: jar –xf OIMUI.jar Using a text editor, open the Agent_en.properties file, found in the backups\oracle\iam\selfservice\self\agentry\resources directory Note: This directory appears after you extract the contents of the OIMUI.jar file Locate the following lines of code: Intent[SECURITY_SAVE].name = Apply Intent[SECURITY_SAVE].description = Save challenge questions Intent[SECURITY_REVERT].name = Revert Intent[SECURITY_REVERT].description = Revert changes made for setting challenge questions Note: You search for these lines of code because you are going to rename button labels on the Challenge Questions page of the Authenticated Self Service Console 10 Modify the values for the Intent[SECURITY_SAVE].name and Intent[SECURITY_REVERT].name parameters, as follows: Parameter Old Value Intent[SECURITY_SAVE].name Apply Intent[SECURITY_REVERT].name Revert New Value Submit Cancel Note: By modifying the values for the Intent[SECURITY_SAVE].name and Intent[SECURITY_REVERT].name parameters, you are renaming the Apply and Revert buttons (to Submit and Cancel) These buttons are located on the Challenge Questions page of the Authenticated Self Service Console Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates All rights reserved Practices for Appendix F Chapter 18 - Page 23 Your file should resemble the following screenshot: 11 Save your changes to the Agent_en.properties file Close the file 12 Navigate to the backups directory At the prompt, enter the command: jar –cf OIMUI.jar * 13 Navigate to the D:\app\oracle\product\middleware\iam_home\server\ apps\oim.ear\iam-consoles-faces.war\WEB-INF\lib directory Replace the unedited OIMUI.jar file with the modified file 14 Restart Oracle Identity Manager Server and the Authenticated Self Service Console The Home page of this console appears 15 Click the Profile tab on the Authenticated Self Service Console Home page The My Profile tab appears 16 Click the Security tab Your modifications to the Agent_en.properties file are reflected in this form Specifically, you changed the text in the Apply and Revert buttons to Submit and Cancel respectively Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates All rights reserved Practices for Appendix F Chapter 18 - Page 24 Practice F-4: Creating Custom Skins and Style Sheets Overview In this practice, you create custom skins and style sheets for two Oracle Identity Manager consoles: the Identity Administration Console and the Authenticated Self Service Console Oracle Identity Manager uses two techniques to customize the appearance of its Web-based consoles: style sheets and skins • Style sheets separate the presentation and content for a Web page The code for the Web page contains the page's semantic content and structure, but does not define its visual layout (style) Instead, the style is defined in an external style sheet file using a style sheet language such as CSS This design approach is identified as a "separation" because it overrides the antecedent methodology in which a page's code defined both style and structure Style sheets for the Authenticated Self Service Console are placed into the D:\app\oracle\product\middleware\iam_home\server\ apps\oim.ear\iam-consoles-faces.war\skins\myskin directory Note: The myskin folder does not exist Therefore, you must create it and it must be a subdirectory of the D:\app\oracle\product\middleware\iam_home\server\ apps\oim.ear\iam-consoles-faces.war\skins directory Style sheets for the Identity Administration Console are placed into the D:\app\oracle\product\middleware\iam_home\server\ apps\oim.ear\admin.war\skins\myskin directory Note: The skins\myskin folder does not exist Therefore, you must create it and nest it within the D:\app\oracle\product\middleware\iam_home\server\ apps\oim.ear\admin.war directory • A skin refers to the appearance of an Oracle Identity Manager Web-based console; it gives the console a different look and feel A skin changes the way the console appears when a user clicks a button, but does not change the behavior of the user interface A change in the skin results in a change to the console’s appearance only; it does not impact the console’s functionality New skins for the Authenticated Self Service Console and the Identity Administration Console are created in the trinidad-skins.xml file and registered in the trinidad-config.xml file For the Authenticated Self Service Console, these files are located in the D:\app\oracle\product\middleware\iam_home\server\ apps\oim.ear\iam-consoles-faces.war\WEB-INF directory For the Identity Administration Console, these files are located in the D:\app\oracle\product\middleware\iam_home\server\apps\oim.ear\ admin.war\WEB-INF directory Assumptions You completed all practices for this appendix (that is, practices F-1 through F-3) Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates All rights reserved Practices for Appendix F Chapter 18 - Page 25 Tasks: Authenticated Self Service Console Shut down the Oracle Identity Manager Server and the Authenticated Self Service Console Open a DOS window Navigate to the D:\app\oracle\product\middleware\iam_home\server\ apps\oim.ear\iam-consoles-faces.war\WEB-INF directory Create a folder titled backups in this directory This folder contains a copy of all files you are to modify for this subpractice Important: If the backups folder already exists, remove all files and directories within the folder Copy the trinidad-skins.xml file and trinidad-config.xml files, which reside in the D:\app\oracle\product\middleware\iam_home\server\apps\ oim.ear\iam-consoles-faces.war\WEB-INF directory Paste these files into the backups folder Using a text editor or JDeveloper, open the trinidad-skins.xml file, found in the backups folder Note: For this subpractice, you are defining a new skin for the Authenticated Self Service Console New skins for this console are created in the trinidad-skins.xml file Locate the following line of code: Below this line of code, add the following lines of code: myskin.desktop myskin fusion.desktop org.apache.myfaces.trinidad.desktop skins/myskin/myskin.css oracle.iam.consoles.faces.resources.AdfComponentsMessageBund le Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates All rights reserved Practices for Appendix F Chapter 18 - Page 26 Your file should resemble the following screenshot: Note: By adding these lines of code to the trinidad-skins.xml file, you are defining a new skin (myskin) for the Authenticated Self Service Console In addition, you are setting this skin to be the default skin for the console 10 Save your changes to the trinidad-skins.xml file Close the file You created a new skin for the Authenticated Self Service Console You are ready to register the skin New skins for the console are registered in the trinidadconfig.xml file 11 Open the trinidad-config.xml file, found in the backups folder 12 Locate the following line of code: fusion 13 Modify the value for the parameter, as follows: Parameter Old Value New Value fusion myskin Your file should resemble the following screenshot: Note: By changing the value for the parameter (from fusion to myskin), you are registering this skin You defined this skin in the trinidadskins.xml file Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates All rights reserved Practices for Appendix F Chapter 18 - Page 27 14 Save your changes to the trinidad-config.xml file Close the file 15 Navigate to the D:\app\oracle\product\middleware\iam_home\server\ apps\oim.ear\iam-consoles-faces.war\WEB-INF directory Replace the unedited trinidad-skins.xml file and trinidad-config.xml file with the modified files You created and registered myskin, a new skin for the Authenticated Self Service Console You are ready to create a style sheet for this console This style sheet (myskin.css) is used to override default elements for the Authenticated Self Service Console, such as the console’s background color, menu link color, and activity icon (located in the upper-right-hand corner of the console) 16 Navigate to the D:\app\oracle\product\middleware\iam_home\server\ apps\oim.ear\iam-consoles-faces.war\skins directory 17 Create a folder titled myskin in this directory Note: This folder is to contain myskin.css, the style sheet for the Authenticated Self Service Console 18 Copy the myskin.css file, which resides in the D:\stage\labs\Appendix_F\ original_files\F_4\Self_Service_Console directory 19 Paste this file into the D:\app\oracle\product\middleware\iam_home\server\ apps\oim.ear\iam-consoles-faces.war\skins\myskin directory 20 Restart Oracle Identity Manager Server and the Authenticated Self Service Console The appearance of this console is modified, and reflects the custom skin and style sheet you created for the console These changes include the console’s background color, menu link color, and activity icon (located in the upper-right-hand corner of the console) Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates All rights reserved Practices for Appendix F Chapter 18 - Page 28 Tasks: Identity Administration Console Shut down the Oracle Identity Manager Server and the Authenticated Self Service Console Open a DOS window Copy the trinidad-skins.xml file, which resides in the D:\app\oracle\product\middleware\iam_home\server\apps\oim.ear\ iam-consoles-faces.war\WEB-INF directory Paste this file into the D:\app\oracle\product\middleware\iam_home\server\ apps\oim.ear\admin.war\WEB-INF directory Note: The trinidad-skins.xml file contains the modifications you made to the file for the Authenticated Self Service Console These changes are also applicable for the Identity Administration Console By copying the trinidad-skins.xml file, you create a new skin for the Identity Administration Console You are ready to register the skin New skins for this console are registered in the trinidad-config.xml file Create a folder titled backups in the D:\app\oracle\product\middleware\ iam_home\server\apps\oim.ear\admin.war\WEB-INF directory This folder contains a copy of all files you are to modify for this subpractice Copy the trinidad-config.xml file, which resides in the D:\app\oracle\product\middleware\iam_home\server\apps\oim.ear\ admin.war\WEB-INF directory Paste this file into the backups folder Open the trinidad-config.xml file, located in the backups folder Locate the following line of code: fusion 10 Modify the value for the parameter, as follows: Parameter Old Value New Value fusion myskin Your file should resemble the following screenshot: Note: By changing the value for the parameter (from fusion to myskin), you are registering this skin You defined this skin in the trinidadskins.xml file Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates All rights reserved Practices for Appendix F Chapter 18 - Page 29 11 Save your changes to the trinidad-config.xml file Close the file 12 Navigate to the D:\app\oracle\product\middleware\iam_home\server\ apps\oim.ear\admin.war\WEB-INF directory Replace the unedited trinidad-config.xml file with the modified file You created and registered myskin, a new skin for the Identity Administration Console You are ready to use the myskin.css style sheet for this console You created this style sheet for the Authenticated Self Service Console The myskin.css style sheet is used to override default elements for the Identity Administration Console, such as the console’s background color, menu link color, and activity icon (located in the upper-right-hand corner of the console) 13 Navigate to the D:\app\oracle\product\middleware\iam_home\server\ apps\oim.ear\admin.war directory 14 Create a subfolder titled skins in this directory 15 Navigate to the D:\app\oracle\product\middleware\iam_home\server\ apps\oim.ear\admin.war\skins directory 16 Create a subfolder titled myskin in this directory Note: This folder is to contain myskin.css, the style sheet for the Identity Administration Console 17 Copy the myskin.css file, which resides in the D:\stage\labs\Appendix_F\ original_files\F_4\Self_Service_Console directory 18 Paste this file into D:\app\oracle\product\middleware\iam_home\server\ apps\oim.ear\admin.war\skins\myskin directory 19 Restart Oracle Identity Manager Server and the Identity Administration Console The appearance of this console is modified, and reflects the custom skin and style sheet you created for the console These changes include the console’s background color, menu link color, and activity icon (located in the upper-right-hand corner of the console) Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates All rights reserved Practices for Appendix F Chapter 18 - Page 30 [...]... Chapter 3 - Page 24 Practice 3-5 : Launch and Navigate the Oracle Identity Manager Design Console Overview In the practices titled “Start Oracle WebLogic Server” and “Start Oracle Identity Manager Server and Oracle SOA Server,” you launched Oracle WebLogic Server and Oracle Identity Manager Server In this practice, you launch the Oracle Identity Manager Design Console: This console is a stand-alone Java... Oracle Identity Manager Administrative and User Console supports access to unauthenticated and authenticated self-service, as well as delegated administration features for Oracle Identity Manager In this practice, you started three Web-based Administration Consoles associated with Oracle Identity Manager and Oracle SOA: Oracle SOA Platform Console, Oracle BPM Worklist Console, and Oracle Identity Manager. .. you start Oracle WebLogic Server Oracle WebLogic Server is the administrative server for your domain Note: In the next practice, you start two servers managed by Oracle WebLogic Server: Oracle Identity Manager Server and Oracle SOA Server Assumptions • You installed and configured Oracle WebLogic Server 11g, Oracle Identity Manager 11g, and Oracle SOA Server 11g • You created a domain for Oracle WebLogic... server: Oracle Identity Manager Server and Oracle SOA Server You are ready to launch the Administration Consoles associated with Oracle Identity Manager and Oracle SOA Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates All rights reserved Practices for Lesson 3 Chapter 3 - Page 10 Practice 3-3 : Launch the Oracle SOA and Oracle Identity Manager Administration Consoles Overview In the practices titled “Start Oracle. .. navigate the Oracle Identity Manager Administrative and User Console By navigating the console, you familiarize yourself with the embedded consoles and their features There are three main embedded consoles within the Oracle Identity Manager Administrative and User Console: • Oracle Identity Manager Authenticated Self Service Console • Oracle Identity Manager Administration Console • Oracle Identity Manager. .. console Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates All rights reserved Practices for Lesson 3 Chapter 3 - Page 16 Practice 3-4 : Navigate the Oracle Identity Manager Administrative and User Console Overview In the practices titled “Start Oracle WebLogic Server” and “Start Oracle Identity Manager Server and Oracle SOA Server,” you launched Oracle WebLogic Server and Oracle Identity Manager Server In this... Overview In the practices titled “Start Oracle WebLogic Server” and “Start Oracle Identity Manager Server and Oracle SOA Server,” you launched Oracle WebLogic Server, Oracle Identity Manager Server, and Oracle SOA Server You are ready to launch three Administration Consoles associated with Oracle Identity Manager and Oracle SOA They are: • Oracle SOA Platform Console The primary goal of any provisioning system... view tasks that they initiate • Oracle Identity Manager Administrative and User Console This Web-based console supports access to unauthenticated and authenticated self-service, as well as delegated administration features for Oracle Identity Manager Assumptions You started Oracle WebLogic Server, Oracle Identity Manager Server, and Oracle SOA Server Copyright © 2011, Oracle and/or its affiliates All... search for and access the features listed You can launch the Design Console through the Oracle Identity Manager Client icon on your desktop Assumptions You started Oracle WebLogic Server and Oracle Identity Manager Server Tasks 1 Double-click the Oracle Identity Manager Client icon on your desktop The Oracle Identity Manager Design Console login window appears 2 Enter xelsysadm into the User ID field,... display the Oracle Identity Manager Design Console login window are by: • Selecting the Oracle Identity Manager Client command from your Windows Start menu (that is, Start > Programs > Oracle IDM Suite 11g – Home1 > Oracle Identity Manager Client) • Double-clicking the xlclient.cmd file (which can be found in the D:\app \oracle\ product\middleware\iam_home\designconsole directory) Copyright © 2011, Oracle
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