Step 1 : Setup Oracle Enterprise Manager as Identity Provider
All the information required to configure the Oracle Enterprise Manager as IDP i.e. plugin’s metadata is given in the Service Provider Info tab of the miniOrange SAML plugin.
Login to your Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM) Console. From side menu go to Identity and AccessOracle Identity Federation (OIF).
Select the Oracle Identity Federation dropdown from top. Go to AdministrationService Provider.
In the Service Provider section, select the SAML 2.0 tab.
Check Map User via NameID.
Under Protocol Settings, check EnableSAML 2.0Protocol.
Configure the additional SAML settings.
Now, Select the Oracle Identity Federation dropdown from top. Go to AdministrationSecurity and Trust.
Navigate to the Provider Metadata tab.
Select Identity Provider in Provider Type dropdown and click Generate button to download metadata.
Use the above metadata for further steps.
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