Monthly Archives: January 2014

User Authentication in EM12c via Weblogic Framework Security

Update Feb 14, 2014: I posted a detailed followup note on EM12c, Weblogic, and Finding Your Way in Active Directory. In it, I’ve illustrated how to find your way in active directory when attempting to setup authentication.   On my current project involving EM12c, I had to configure the Weblogic Server with LDAP Authentication against Active […]

Enable Auto-Provisioning of Users in EM12c

While writing a separate article on EM12c’s Security Authentication, I felt the need to separate out the various parts and pieces which make up the discussion. Rather than have one quite long post, a few smaller ones would make for an easier read. In this one, I’d like to show you how to enable auto-provisioning […]

How to Change Properties of a Target in EM12c

One of my colleagues asked me a good question this morning about how to go about changing the properties of a target, specifically the “Contact” field.  The properties fields for a target are often over-looked, but are important to the prioritization algorithm for event management. For example, if a target’s Lifecycle Status is Production or […]

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