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I’ve recently been assigned to a customer project where I was in charge of the BI System Administration. The project was in the user acceptance stage and changes to reports & dashboards happened very frequently.


One of my daily tasks involved moving the latest web catalog changes from a development instance (where the latest user requirements were covered) to the user testing environment.

To mention that security played a very important role during these migrations since the web catalog privileges had to remain untouched within the target environment.


In a previous post we explained how an Enterprise OBIEE 11g environment can be secured when deploying OBIEE 11g content outside the organization by placing an Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) into the DMZ side firewall. In this new post we will describe the steps needed to configure the OHS to redirect traffic from outside the DeMilitarized Zone (DMZ) using a secured HTTP communication with Secure Sockets Layer (SSL).


The following graph describes the environment:





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