This post is part of a larger series on Oracle Access Manager 11g called Oracle Access Manager Academy. An index to the entire series with links to each of the separate posts is available.
Since OAM 10g days, keeping track of Protected Resource that user wanted to access throughout custom authentication process has been a challenge. In OAM 10g, it was possible to create custom OBFormLoginCookie to overcome that challenge. With the introduction of Encrypted OAM_REQ cookie in OAM 11g, it is not feasible. That makes it difficult to do post Authentication operations or any customizations in Authentication process.
Social Federation: a somewhat fancy name for a simple concept. We want to leverage identities in Social Network providers in our own applications. For example, granting access to either cloud or on-premise applications to end users using their Google identities. In this post we're going to take a close look at the necessary configuration in OAM M&S (Oracle Access Manager Mobile & Social) server to have Java Web applications leveraging Google and LinkedIn identities.
Join BITeamwork’s next webinar on October 27th, 2014 @ 8am and learn about “Embedded BI for OBIEE: Placing Oracle Business Intelligence into Other Applications for Everyone to See” (https://www.fuzemeeting.com/webinar/register/1030602) “It is now possible for customers of Oracle BI to select any graph, view, table, or dashboard from their Oracle BI portal and embed it seamlessly […]
I often see OBIEE RPD’s which are developed via “Drag ‘n Drop”. If you know what you are doing this hasn’t necessarily have to be a problem. It becomes a problem if you do not know what you are doing.
Recently, here at InfoCaptor we started a small research on the subject of flags. We wanted to answer certain questions like what are the most frequently used colors across all country flags, what are the different patterns etc.
I recently started to build a small project in JDeveloper 12c to learn how to make use of Custom Activities in an Adaptive Case Management project. The results of this project will be posted in my next blog. When I started the project, I wanted to do it the Maven way (since JDeveloper 12c has built-in Maven support).
Cloud is more popular than ever. Even the slower, more traditional software vendors now pick up the concepts I wrote about back in 2011. Keep going! Find attached some quotes from the Computerworld magazine.