Previously, we talked about how to deploy our J2EE web application on to oracle 11g weblogic server. With the upcoming need of SSO integration, our goal becomes to enable SSO functionality on weblogic server and secure our application access by going through portal page and then getting user authentication through LDAP server with the OID repository.
I have successfully implemented the solution on SSO integration within Oracle 10g Applicaiton Server(OAS). The idea is quite simliar since we are still using 10g portal page. However, oracle 11g enterprise edition has replaced the OAS with weblogic server which introduces quite a few changes for the SSO integration on weblogic server. I would break into a few posts on elaborating this idea. If you are not familar with SSO(Single Sign On) with oracle 10g OAS, please refer to the following link to get a basic understanding of what and why: (The following link shows a basic work-though of 10g SSO. Our new approach would inherit a lot of similar ideas from the old approach.It would be easier to understand this current post if you have the history knowledge)
Now I assume if you have already knew a few concepts of mod_osso, OID registration,httpd.conf file. Then let us firstly start with reviewing application architecture with the SSO integration.
The architure of the whole process looks like below.
WEB TIER INSTALLATION
Now our application is deployed on weblogic server. So right now besides the installation of Business Intelligence SUITE, we also need to install Oracle Web Tier.
- Oracle Buisiness intelligence 11g is installed
- OR Oracle Web Logic Server is installed
Note: If you have only installed oracle web logic server, be sure to enable JRF manually as below. Oracle Web Tier installation requires Oracle WSM Policy Manager and JRF(Java Required Files) and they do not display by default in the Oracle Fusion Middleware Configuration Wizard. You must enable the display of these products. To accomplish this, pass the following JVM property to the
To pass this property to the script, set the
CONFIG_JVM_ARGS environment variable to
-DTemplateCatalog.enable.selectable.all=true. The script takes this property when you start the Oracle Fusion Middleware Configuration Wizard using
Download oracle web tier package and unzip the file. You should find Disk1 within the unziped file folder. Go under Disk1 and run ./runInstaller
Click and Next and then skip the software updates and then continue to check the prerequisite(Keep the default options)
Oracle web tier would be installed under fushion middleware home. So you should make sure you enter the correct FM home.
Uncheck the box to proceed.
It is not neccessary to install web cache if you don’t need to do performance tuning. That is optional.
Enter your domain settings as below:
It will dynamically load the instance home and you just proceed.
Skip the below step if you didn’t install web cache.
Choose Auto Port Configuration.
Check if everything looks right and then install the software.
Wait until it gets successfully finished.
Once web tier has been installed. You could check the status on em to see if it keeps up and running.
To be continued to :