A. Enable credential operations for an existing 11G Webgate
- Click on System Configuration tab
- Click Access Manager
- Expand the SSO Agents node
- Double Click on OAM Agents
- Click on Search
- Click on the Webgate (say, the name is RREG_OAM11G)
- Check the box beside Allow Credential Collector Operations.
- Click Apply.
B. Invoke the right perl executable
Ensure that the path name of the perl executable as mentioned in the perl scripts is correct.
To make sure that the scripts execute correctly, there are two choices:
- Create a symbolic link for /usr/local/bin/perl so that it points to /usr/bin/
- Or alter the first line of the scripts so that they points to the correct location for perl, that is, replace the line #!/usr/local/bin/perl by #!/usr/bin/perl.
C. Configure the Authentication Scheme for DCC
- Click on Authentication Scheme
- Click on + on the top to add a new Authentication Scheme
- A page will open for the new authentication scheme and then fill up the fields as follows:
- Name: DCC AuthScheme [It can be anything]
- Authentication Level: 2
- Challenge Method: FORM
- Challenge Redirect URL: http://oam.oracleateam.com:7778 [Note: This is theURL for the OHS Server where webgate is configured for DCC]
- Authentication Module: LDAP [If the LDAP authentication module is the authentication engine]
- Challenge URL: /oamsso-bin/login.pl
- Context Type: Select the blank
- Select Apply
Here is the snapshot for the above configuration:
D. Configure the Authentication Policy for the Protected Resource
Go to the Authentication Policy and make sure that you choose the “DCC AuthScheme” as the authentication scheme for the Protected Resource Policy.
The above URL shows that you are directed to the Detached Credential Collector.
Now if you enter the credential correctly, you should be able to access the test.html page.