About the A-Team

The A-Team is a central, outbound, highly technical team comprised of Enterprise Architects, Solution Specialists and Software Engineers within the Oracle Product Development Organization. The team works closely with customers and partners, world wide, providing guidance on architecture, best practices, troubleshooting and how best to use Oracle Cloud Services and products to solve customer business needs. They specialize in using Cloud Solutions across IaaS, PaaS, SaaS as well as On-premise and hybrid deployments.

The A-Team provides this type of support by working with Oracle Consulting, Support and Sales – engaging in the toughest of situations, solving the hardest problems and the greatest of challenges.

The A-Team is lead from Oracle Headquarters in Redwood Shores, CA, but A-Team members are located and positioned globally, so that we are better prepared to respond quickly, and within an appropriate timezone for our Global customers.

“If you have a problem, if no one else can help, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire the A-Team”

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  1. Naveen Sharma says:

    Hi Team,

    Please guide.

    I have a problem for which I am not able to derive a solution.

    I have OAM-OIM-OUD installation of 11.1.2.3.5

    I have to setup a target system which will be authenticated through SAML token.

    I want to use “Identity Assertion” functionality of OAM 11.1.2.3.0.

    But my problem is, I have to pass some values in SAML token which I have to pull from OIM Database and these values are not in OUD.

    For example, child values of Provisioned account and some runtime values which user will select from drop down as part of login process in challenge page.

    Please note, this is not federated system to which I am passing SAML token.

    Kindly advise.

    Thanks

    Naveen

  2. Hi , We have application which implemented in ADF running on Weblogic. we have configured webgate option for Single sign On- and application re-directs to login page of Oracle SSO. and we were able to retrieve the logged in user email and name from the cookie ORA_UCM_INFO.
    SecurityContext securityCtx = ADFContext.getCurrent(). getSecurityContext();

    FacesContext facesContext = FacesContext.getCurrentInstance();
    ADFContext adfCtx = ADFContext.getCurrent();
    ExternalContext externalContext = facesContext.getExternalContext();
    Map cookies = externalContext.getRequestCookieMap();

    Cookie oram_info = (Cookie)cookies.get(“ORA_UCM_INFO”);

    String cookievalue = oram_info.getValue();

    here our problem is how can we know whether the user authenticated or not , using the default ADF security context object <af:outputText id="ot2" rendered="#{securityContext.authenticated}" , it's results user not authenticated

    how could you set that the user authenticated in to the default ADF securityContext.authenticated?

  3. Alexander says:

    Hello!

    Does anyone know where the ODI-Groovy code samples of the closed side java.net have been copied?

    Thanks in advance for any help.

    Alexander

  4. Michael says:

    Hi,

    I have a question regarding to Oracle SOA.

    We have two systems A and B. We need to create an EBF (Enterprise Business Flow) SOA composite to handle two way communications between these two system. The format of the message from system B to A is a subset format of message from A to B. We need to know if we can use only one EBF SOA composite to handle two way communications between systems A and B. Do we need to create a EBF SOA composite to handle message from A to B and another EBF SOA Composite to handle the message from B to A?

    Thank you in advance for your help.

    Sincerely,

    Michael

  5. How we can request a support from A team? A customer mentioned about A team. So, I wonder how we can engage A team’s help.

    • The A-Team is given assignments based on priority from Oracle’s executive staff. You may be able to ask your account manager to request help, but I cannot say whether or not the A-Team will be assigned. That depends heavily on your particular situation.

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