Installing the connector
Extract the contents of the connector zip file (the directory called SJSDS_904120 and all it’s contents to C:\Oracle\Middleware\Oracle_IDM1\server\ConnectorDefaultDirectory
Copy the file indicated in the connector documentation, “ldapbp.jar” to C:\Oracle\Middleware\Oracle_IDM1\server\ThirdParty
Navigate to the Advanced Administration web application and use the Connector Installation Wizard to install connector:
Select “Manage Connector”.
Select “Sun Java System Directory 126.96.36.199″. Click “Load”.
Depending on the amount of memory this may take a while…
When finished, you should get the successful message. Assuming that you already copy ldapbp.jar (see above), we could go and create a new IT Resource from this page as outlined in the second step. Instead, let’s close this page.
Select “Create IT Resource”.
Search for “LDAP Server” IT Resource Type.
Give it a name as well (“OUD Big Financial” in this example).
Specify the following parameters for the IT Resource:
Admin ID: cn=Directory Manager
Admin Password: Oracle123
Root DN: dc=mydomain, dc=com
Server Address: localhost
Click “Continue” on “Set Access Permission to IT Resource”.
Verify all values and click “Continue”.
Click “Continue” (the connectivity test is not supported here). When the IT Resource creation is complete you can close the page.
Creating a new user and provisioning the user to OUD.
We are now going to perform a simple test with our newly installed connector.
First we create a new user using the Administration web application.
After the user is successfully created, select the “Resource” tab, and click “Add” to add a new resource to the oudtest user.
Select “iPlanet User” as the resource for direct provisioning. Click “Continue”.
Select “OUD Big Financial” IT Resource.
We leave the other values as they are set by the prepopulate adapters.
Click “Continue” (no new roles).
Click “Continue” (no added groups).
Verify all the values. Click “Continue”.
When the “Provision has been initiated” message appears, you can close this page.
Now refresh the “Resources” tab and the status of the “iPlanet User” resource should show as provisioned.
Using your favorite LDAP browser, verify that the user has been created in OUD as well.