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Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g Architecture and Management by Gangadhar Konduri, Stephen Lee, Reza Shafii

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Configuring Single Sign-On

The next step in securing the pricing application’s environment is to configure Single Sign-On (SSO) to ensure that a single authentication session is required for all web interfaces of the pricing application. Our assumption is that the Oracle Access Manager product has been installed and configured on the idm2 host, as shown earlier in Figure 9-1. With this assumption in place, the process of configuring SSO consists of installing and configuring an instance of the Oracle Access Manager WebGate component within the pricing application’s web tier. Recall from Chapter 4 that WebGate is the policy-enforcements agent that is typically deployed on the web tier to filter HTTP requests to ensure authentication before they ...

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