Install and configure the Oracle Access Manager plugin

During this task we will install and configure the plug-in for Oracle Access Manager.

Before you begin


Ensure that the plug in is in a location accessible from the Oracle Access Manager Console.

  1. Login to the Oracle Access Manager Console.
  2. Navigate to Authentication Plugins and select the Plug-ins tab.
  3. Click Import Plug-in and select the file downloaded in Part 3.
    Note: After upload the plug in will be in uploaded state.
  4. Select the row containing the plug in and press the Distribute Selected
    Note: Selected rows will be blue.
    After distribution the plugin will change state to distributed.
  5. Click the Activate Selected button to activate the plug in.
    In the event of an error, follow the steps described in the Manually activate the Okta OAM plugin.

Based on the activation status, the plugin jar can be found in the following locations. Note that >DOMAIN_HOME represents the location of the WebLogic Server domain in both Windows and Linux environments. An example of An example of DOMAIN_HOME on windows might be C:\Oracle\Middleware\user_projects\domains\<domainname>.

Activation Status Location

Administration Server

  • Linux: ${DOMAIN_HOME}/oam/plugins
  • Windows: %DOMAIN_HOME%\oam\plugins

OAM Server(s)

  • Linux: ${DOMAIN_HOME}/config/fmwconfig/oam/plugins
  • Windows: %DOMAIN_HOME%\config\fmwconfig\oam\plugins

The clientId, clientSecret and url that the plugin communicates using must be configured. To configure the plugin:

  1. Navigate to Authentication Plugins and select the Plug-ins tab.
  2. Select the row containing Okta OAM plugin, installed in the previous section.
  3. In the Configuration Parameters section configure the clientID, clientSecret and url.

    Note: clientID and clientSecret are those from when the OAM application was added into your org. In addition URL should be the based on URL of your org. For example: https://<orgname>

  4. Click Save.