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NetIQ Access Manager can use OID (Oracle Internet Directory) as an identity source by using this custom LDAP server plug-in. The LDAP server plug-ins for NAM are incredibly simple because a mapping of attributes is all that is necessary since NAM already uses the LDAP protocol.

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Welcome to the IQLdap Adapter Update 3 (version 0.8.0.0)! This update brings LDIF Operations features into the IQLdap adapter in the form of two activities for LDIF Export and LDIF Import. LDIF, LDAP Data Interchange Format is a standard defined by RFC 2849, which allows a set of LDAP objects to be represented in plain…

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Martin Cotter
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Welcome to the IQLdap Adapter Update 2 (version 0.6.0.0). This update is the first to start looking at specific tasks which are possible (mainly and a bit of grunt work) with previous versions such as Group Membership Management, Resetting Passwords and Enabling/Disabling accounts. It also allows for ‘Activity Bundles’ to be added without changes to the…

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Martin Cotter
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Welcome to the IQLdap Adapter Update 1 (version 0.4.0.0) This update adds some cool new features and some updates to work with the new Web Console in Aegis 3.2! New Features! Added Oracle Internet Directory as an LDAP Type This update now allows the LDAP adapter work with Oracle Internet Directory (OID) as well as…

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Martin Cotter
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This document describes how to integrate Oracle EBS(OEBS) with NetIQ Access Manager to provide Single Sign On capability.

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Looking for a quick way to integrate Oracle WebLogic security with Identity Manager 4? Here is a quick step-by-step guide on how to setup a driver that includes Account and Group entitlements, and password management capabilities.

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By: mbluteau
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This is a short article providing an easy, but perhaps a not so obvious way, to use Novell Access Manager (NAM) for Single Sign-On (SSO) access to the Oracle E-Business Suite (OEBS). OEBS is used as the example, but the same SSO enabling strategy used here can be applied to other web applications as well.

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By: pmckeith
Aug 19, 2010
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In this AppNote, Michel Bluteau explains how to create an Oracle triggerless driver for IDM 3.5 that’s scalable and effective.

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By: mbluteau
May 16, 2007
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Here’s a tip from David Guest that helps you get jInitiator working with your Java-enabled NSL.

By: dguest
May 2, 2007
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Check accessibility to Oracle database. Raise an event if it is not. Graphing plots 100 if a database is accessible, or 0 if none. NetIQ does not test or validate any software, code or other materials provided in, on or through NetIQ Cool Solutions (collectively, “Materials”), so please use caution when downloading or accessing any…

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