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OraIM11g:DIP Oracle Identity Manager 11g: Develop Identity Provisioning

Oracle Course Description:
This course begins by quickly reviewing the benefits, terminology, functional aspects, and infrastructure of identity management and identity administration using Oracle Identity Manager 11g ( These are concepts already covered in the Oracle Identity Manager 11g: Essentials course.
Oracle Course Duration:
Oracle Course Target Audience:
Architect Business,Analysts,Functional Implementer,SOA Architect,Security Administrators,System Integrator,Technical Administrator,Technical Consultant
Oracle Course Prerequisite:
A general comprehension of Oracle Database 11g,A good familiarity with a Windows-based environment,A high-level understanding of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), BPEL, and JDeveloper
Course Content:
  • Introduction

    • Course Objectives
    • Course Units
    • Lesson Summary

  • Refresher of Oracle Identity Manager 11g Concepts

    • Discuss the importance of identity management and identity administration
    • Explain identity management benefits, values, terminology, and functional aspects
    • Describe the identity administration infrastructure
    • Define the role Oracle Identity Manager has in identity management
    • Discuss the business challenges Oracle Identity Manager addresses
    • Examine two topics for identity management: provisioning and reconciliation
    • Configure the lab environment for the course

  • Creating Configurations for Direct Provisioning

    • Identify resources
    • Compare assigning resources and provisioning resources
    • Examine the steps Oracle Identity Manager performs to provision organizations and users with resources
    • Compare mandatory, supplementary, and custom components for an Oracle Identity Manager connector
    • Build and run a connector

  • Creating Configurations for Automated Provisioning

    • Build a prepopulate adapter
    • Build and implement a prepopulate rule
    • Modify a custom connector to incorporate the prepopulate adapter and rule

  • Creating Configurations for Key Provisioning Functionalities

    • Discuss key provisioning functions of a system integrator, including:
    • Temporarily disabling a user’s account
    • Enabling the account
    • Modifying the user’s resource-related password
    • Permanently revoking access rights to an external resource
    • Modify the connector to include key provisioning functions

  • Performing Reconciliation

    • Define reconciliation
    • Identify and compare two types of reconciliation associated with Oracle Identity Manager: authoritative and account reconciliation
    • Discuss three reconciliation events that Oracle Identity Manager can perform with a resource
    • Explain authoritative reconciliation and account reconciliation conceptually
    • Identify scheduled tasks
    • Discuss the role that scheduled tasks have with authoritative reconciliation and account reconciliation
    • Explain how to implement authoritative reconciliation and account reconciliation workflows

  • Using Event Handlers and Plug-Ins

    • Discuss operations, user management operations, event handlers, and plug-ins
    • Explain how event handlers can extend user management operations
    • Compare plug-ins, plug-in points, and the plug-in framework
    • Describe how plug-ins are used to implement event handlers
    • Explain how to build and run event handlers and plug-ins

  • Creating Approval Processes for Request and Approval Workflows

    • Describe the components of the request and approval workflow and how Oracle Identity Manager interfaces with Oracle SOA
    • Identify the components of a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) composite used for the request and approval workflow
    • Define a SOA composite with multiple approvers defined
    • Modify notification headers within a SOA composite

  • Understanding the Generic Technology Connector (GTC) Framework

    • Discuss the Generic Technology Connector (GTC) framework
    • Identify GTC providers
    • Import GTC providers and connectors into Oracle Identity Manager
    • Use the GTC framework to create connectors to reconcile and provision users with Oracle Database tables
    • Reconcile users with an authoritative source and provision users to a target resource
    • Export GTC providers and connectors from Oracle Identity Manager

  • Customizing the Oracle Identity Manager User Interfaces

    • Identify the five web-based user interfaces for Oracle Identity Manager
    • Define customization levels for the Oracle Identity Manager user interfaces
    • Modify the look and feel of these interfaces to brand them for your company
    • Change interface appearance and functionality by modifying Oracle Identity Manager code
    • Deploy customizations so that they are visible and operable in an Oracle Identity Manager environment

  • Working with APIs

    • Access Oracle Identity Manager services programmatically
    • Distinguish between the OIMClient and the tcUtilityFactory approach
    • Compare Oracle Identity Manager 10g and 11g with respect to Oracle Identity Manager APIs
    • Identify and explain commonly used Oracle Identity Manager services
    • Develop Oracle Identity Manager clients
    • Describe a code sample that Oracle Identity Manager uses to retrieve information