Lets continue with yesterday’s post
Make sure you have configured Partner Application in Single Sign-On Server as mentioned in previous post.
Unlock flows…. schema
SQL> alter user flows_020200 account unlock; (If your Apex version is 184.108.40.206.0 change acccordingly)
Login to Middle tier $ORACLE_HOME/sso/lib
This will create packages directory & respective sql scripts in this directory connect as database user flows_020200 & execute loadsdk.sql
SQL>@loadsdk.sql (Make sure you are executing under schema flows_XXXX) This will load software development kit for sso server
Now register sso details in Apex Schema (flows_XXX)
It will prompt you for
Enter value for listener_token: Enter any distinct name like Apex:host_name:port
Enter value for site_id: enter_value_returned_while_registering_sso
Enter value for site_token: enter_value_returned_while_registering_sso
Enter value for login_url: http: // apex_url_here/pls/orasso/orasso.wwsso_app_admin.ls_login
Enter value for encryption_key: enter_value_returned_while_registering_sso
Enter value for ip_check: N
Now configure authentication packages under flows_XXX schema
Finally lock flows_XXXX schema & grant execute permission to public user
SQL> alter user flows_020200 account unlock;
SQL> grant execute on wwv_flow_custom_auth_sso to APEX_PUBLIC_USER;
Finally in Apex Application, create new authentication scheme (SSO with Apex as partner Application) instead of local database authentication in Apex Application.
configuration steps are mentioned at
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