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Oracle WebCenter 11g PS3 Administration Cookbook by Yannick Ongena

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Chapter 12. Securing Your WebCenter Portal

In this chapter, you will learn about:

  • Securing pages with the page hierarchy
  • Securing pages at runtime
  • Using the Oracle Identity Directory as an identity store
  • Enabling SSL for a WebCenter portal application
  • Securing taskflows

Introduction

One of the most important aspects of an application or portal is securing the content. You don't want regular people to be able to modify pages or add content.

Security in the fusion stack of Oracle is divided into two separate parts. First of all, you have the authentication. This is all about who can access the application. In WebCenter, this has been delegated to the WebLogic server. In WebLogic, you have an embedded LDAP server which acts as the repository for users. You ...

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