The full topic of this article is a two part post; today I will explain how to enable the SSO mechanism for the OC4J native applications used in OBI architecture. An example of this would be BI Publisher.
I recently posted an article on how to set up OBIEE on IIS with SSO; this article is a continuation on this topic. OBI and its “analytics” application can be seamlessly deployed on IIS. However, there are some other applications in the OBI stack that don’t have this functionality. To give an example, BI Publisher or MS Office Add-in – by default can only be deployed on an OC4J Web Application server (or be a part of a wider Oracle Application Server architecture).
29th Nov – 1st Dec, Birmingham, UK- ClearPeaks (www.clearpeaks.com) participated, amongst over 35 exhibitors at the UKOUG Conference series event in Birmingham; where we displayed our customized and interactive Oracle 11g demonstration showcases; inspiring current and potential BI users of the powerful functionality of leading solutions.
Other events on the agenda included meet the speaker and focus tables, where like-minded delegates gathered over drinks.