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  1. idmInfo-Social says:

    Hi,

    Can anyone share for OAM Facebook Social login documents please ?

  2. siewpeng says:

    Hi Andre,
    I am new to OAM.
    This example is using OAM default login page. Is it possible that I use an external login page to integrate with OAM together with social login?

    Regards,
    Siew Peng

  3. Narsimha says:

    Hi Andre,

    Would you know how Oauth functions in a MDC setup ? e.g. If during any of the Oauth flows one DC1 goes down, will it continue without interruption the to complete the remaining flows from other DC ?

    Or for that matter, if a during a Oauth flow, Auth code is received from DC1 and is presented I DC2 for access token, would it be granted ?

    Or if a access token issued from DC1 , can it be validated against OAM in DC2 ?

    There is not much documentation on Oauth in a MDC setup , most of it is focused for WAM /SSO scenario (Browser based).
    Would you be able to throw some light on this ?

    Kind Regards
    Narsimha

  4. Hi,

    In case someone may need it, I wrote the following post explaining the required steps for integrating Google authentication with OAM 11g.

    http://javierductor.blogspot.com.es/2015/04/integrating-oam-11g-with-google.html

    Regards
    Javier

  5. Thanks Andre,
    Eventually, we managed to solve that issue and OOTB Social Login works fine. Now we are facing a problem with customised logn pages, after following this guide:
    http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E40329_01/dev.1112/e27134/oic_customizing-iis.htm
    OAM does not generate daptoken and session cannot be created.
    Any clue would be much appreciated.
    Javier

  6. Hello Andrea,

    Thanks for this post. I found some other blogs explaining this process but they were not as detailed as this one. After following the instructions, I receive the following error in the screen:

    OIC component disabled

    Any ideas?

    Regards
    Javier

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