Oracle HTTP Server and WebGate Installation and Configuration

  • Kenneth Ramey


At this point, all of the required components of Oracle Identity and Access Management Suite that will be needed to provide single sign-on (SSO) with Oracle products and applications. The inclusion of Identity Manager provides the ability to manage users within the Oracle Internet Directory (OID) Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) user store. Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) and the Oracle Access Manager (OAM) WebGate represent the web server front end for Oracle applications and products. At its core OHS is an Apache web server with Oracle’s WebLogic module. Combined with the OAM WebGate software, OHS becomes a central location that handles incoming requests, checks for authentication, and allows authenticated users to access the required resources after OAM performs its operations. This chapter covers the installation and deployment of Oracle HTTP Server and the OAM Webgate.


Incoming Request Home Directory Instance Directory Port Configuration Lightweight Directory Access Protocol 
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  • Kenneth Ramey
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