When using Oracle Unified Directory (OUD) as an identity store, it is in some occasions needed to add OUD users to OUD groups by hand. When you have to grant privileges to one user, this is easily done through the Oracle Directory Services Manager (ODSM) interface. However doing so for more then one user and more then one group, this might easily turn into a dreadful job. Luckily there are some command line utilities which can do that for you. In this blog I’ll guide you to the process on how I have done that with a given list of user names (e.g. Steven King, Neena Kochhar etc) and a gives list of groups (e.g. cn=Marketing,cn=Groups,dc=oracle,dc=org etc).
- Bulk authorizing Oracle Unified Directory (OUD) users by adding them to OUD groups from the Linux/Unix Command Line
- ADF 12c: Adaptive applications through reusable bindings using 12c Dynamic components, runtime switching from ADF BC to a POJO data control v.v.
- Changing the session timeout in Webcenter Spaces PS5