If you want to revert back from external or custom LDAP to embedded LDAP, you will not get clearly written steps in WebCenter Administration and Security Guides. Following are the simple steps in order to use embedded LDAP again:-
Step 1. Enable Embedded LDAP AccessWhen WebLogic Server is installed, the LDAP access credential is set as a randomized value and encrypted in the
config.xmlfile To reset the access credential for the embedded LDAP:
1. Log in to the WebLogic Server Administration Console.
3. In the Settings pane for
wc_domain, click the Security tab, and then click the Embedded LDAP tab.
4. Enter a new password in the Credential field, and reenter it in the Confirm Credential field.
5. Click Save to save your settings.
6. Restart the WebLogic server.After this, you are ready to access the embedded LDAP server with the following values:
· the DN value for admin access is "cn=Admin"
· the password is the value you entered in the Credential field
· the port is the same as the admin port, which by default is 7001
Step 2. Enabling Discussions Setup
1. Stop WC_Collaboration managed server (MS)
2. Change <setup>true</setup> entry to false on
<!-- When setup is false, you can access the setup tool. -->
<!-- Database settings -->
3. Start WC_Collaboration MS
Step 3. Running Discussions Setup Screen1. Log in to the Discussions Server Administration Console at:
http://localhost:8890/owc_discussions/admin2. On the Installation Checklist page, click Continue.
3. On the Database Settings page, choose
JNDI Datasource, and click Continue.
jdbc/OWC_DiscussionsDSin the JNDI Datasource Name field and click Continue.
5. For User, Group and Authentication Systems, select LDAP and click Contrinue.
6. Enter the following values for the embedded LDAP system and click Continue.
LDAP Host : localhost
: 7001 LDAP Port
Base DN: ou=people,ou=myrealm,dc=wc_domain
Admin DN: cn=Admin
Admin Password: <Password of embedded LDAP>
7. For Admin Account Setup, enter the user name (i.e. weblogic)of the user for the Discussions (Jive) administrator.
You can now log in to Oracle Discussions with any user available in the embedded LDAP server.
You can log in to the Oracle Discussions Admin Console at:
http://localhost:8890/owc_discussions/admin (use weblogic/<password>)