This is part VI of step by step installation of Oracle Identity Management (OAM, OIM, OAAM, OAPM & OIN) which covers configuring Oracle Identity Manager .
           Oracle Identity Manager (OIM) is User Provisioning and User Management component of Oracle Identity Management 11g.

  • For Part I Download Software and create Schema click here 
  • For Part II Install WebLogic Server 10.3.3  click here
  • For Part III Install SOA Server and Upgrade to click here
  • For Part IV Install IDAM click he
  • For Part V Create Domain for OIM, OAM, OAAM, OAPM & OIN here

To initiate OIM Server configuration execute under ORACLE_HOME/bin (To create/extend Domain run under $ORACLE_HOME/common/bin)

  • Select OIM Server (OIM Design Console is design time tool used by developers and available only on Windows).

  • Enter OIM/MDS schema details which We created in Part I of this series here

  • Enter WebLogic Admin Server URL (Admin Server should be running at this stage). Default Port for WebLogic Admin Server URL is 7001
  • T3 is Oracle’s proprietary protocol used by WebLogic to transport data between WebLogic Server and other Java Programs

  • If WebLogic Admin Server is not running then start Admin Server

  • Enter OIM Administrator Password (xelsysadm is OIM Administrator user)
  • Enter OIM HTTP URL (Default OIM Managed Server Port number is 14000)
  • You can configure standalone OHS (Oracle HTTP Server) in-front of WebLogic Server using steps mentioned here

  • For time being don’t select anything here (We will enable OIM for LDAP Sync and integrate with OAM later)
  • Integration of OIM with OAM provides Single Sign-On (SSO) and Access Management features provided by Oracle Access Manager(OAM)

  • Restart WebLogic Admin Server ( &
  • Start OIM Managed Server using where oim_server1 is name of OIM Managed Server

  • Access OIM Admin Server using http://servername:OIM_Port/oim (default OIM Managed Server Port is 14000)
  • OIM Admin User-name is xelsysadm and password you entered during OIM configuration screen above


Part VII : Configure Oracle Access Manager (OAM) : #OracleIdM 11g : Step by Step Installation of OAM, OIM, OAAM, OAPM, OIN coming next !!