Postman is a great tool to test REST/SCIM API. The same applies for the case of OIM (Oracle Identity Management), where you can do load test batch operation to test various scenarios. Read this blog to see a simple step-by-step use case scenario where you can run multiple test API calls using PostMan for a [...]
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After completing the Active Directory Connector installation on Oracle Identity Manager (OIM), if you execute the “Active Directory Group Lookup Recon” the “Active Directory Org Lookup Recon” is executed. Depending on the configuration done, one of the following scenarios could be encountered: 1. Active Directory Connector Server not installed Error message: (org.IdentityConnectors.ActiveDirectory.ActiveDirectoryConnectors) not found When [...]
With Oracle Identity Manager 11g, application connectors like AD Connector, LDAP connector, etc., needed to be installed and configured from the /sysadmin console. This included multiple processes for each of the steps involved, like Connector Installation, Form creation, Application Instance creation, and IT Resource set up. Administrators had to complete all these separate steps, which [...]
As with any applications, the overall emphasis is always to have an automated mechanism for configuration changes to be moved from source to target servers once the testing phase is over. This enables administrators to have an easy and controlled mechanism for setting up higher environments once QA testing on lower environments are completed. Solution [...]
As documented in the previous blog WebCenter Content – Useful Administrative SQL Queries there can be cases where content items become disassociated from their folders (for example, after a content migration). There are two options to correct this, using the BatchLoader with Action=Update command or by using much more generic Java code leveraging RIDC and [...]