Add an Oracle Hyperion application

This page describes process of configuring an Oracle Hyperion application through the Access Gateway Admin UI console.


Oracle Hyperion Architecture

Before you begin

Ensure that:

  • Access Gateway is installed and configured for use.
    See Manage Access Gateway deployment.
  • Access Gateway has been configured to use your Okta tenant as IDP.
    See Configure your Okta tenant as an Identity Provider for more information about configuring your Okta tenant as an IDP.
  • You have administrator rights on your Okta tenant and can assign applications to users and create groups.
  • The protected Hyperion resource has been configured for SSO and to use the HYPLOGIN header variable.
  • An external Oracle Hyperion-based application that requires protection.
  • The external app version is supported. Oracle Hypersion supported versions include:
    • v11g
  • Appropriate DNS entries for both the legacy application and the exposed new URL exist.
  • Appropriate DNS entries for both the protected application and the external URL for example:
    https://hypersion.externalexample.comExternal or customer facing application URL.

    Internal or protected application URL of Oracle Application Express.

This application is part of a class of applications which exchange user information using header variables. See Add a generic header application for more information about the Access Gateway generic header application.

Access Gateway also provides a sample header application. See Add a sample header application.

Typical workflow



Create a containing group
  • Best practice, create an optional group to be assigned to the application.
Create application
  • Create an Oracle Hyperion application.
Assign certificate
  • Assign an optional certificate to the application.
Confirm attributes
  • Confirm required attributes and add any optional additional attributes to the application.
Test the application
  • Test the Oracle Hyperion integration.
  • When required troubleshoot the integration.