Confused about Oracle IAM software version & release number ?

Everyday I get mail from readers confused about Oracle IAM software version and installer media for a particular product like OIF, OIM, OAM etc..

This post is to cover software version (release number) and installation media for various Oracle IAM 11g products

Most common Oracle IAM 11g products (OID, OVD, OIM, OAM, OIF, OES) are bundled into two software installation media and software can be downloaded from OTN or from eDelivery.

a) Oracle Identity Management (IDM) : This software media includes OID, OVD, OIF, DIP, and ODSM. latest version of this software (as of Aug 2012) is 11.1.1.6. All 11g version for this software are:

 

vi) 11.1.1.7 – Full Software (also available as patchset for 11.1.1.6 and prior releases). [post updated on 8th July 2013]
v) 11.1.1.6
– Full Software (also available as patchset for 11.1.1.5 and prior release). [post updated on 15th August 2012] iv) 11.1.1.5 – Patchset only
iii) 11.1.1.4 – Patchset only
ii) 11.1.1.3 – Patchset only
i) 11.1.1.2 – Full Software

 

b) Oracle Identity & Access Management (IDAM) : This software includes OAM, OIM, OAAM, OES, and OIN. latest version of this software (as of Aug 2012) is 11.1.1.5. All 11g version for this software are:
i) 11.1.2.0 – Full Software 
ii) 11.1.1.5
 – Full Software (also available as patchset for 11.1.1.3)
iii) 11.1.1.3 – Full Software

Note: IDAM 11.1.1.3 is first version in 11g series and there is NO 11.1.1.4 version for IDAM

Other Identity Management products available to download and install are

c) Oracle Identity Analytics (OIA) : This software includes OIA. latest version of this software (as of May 2012) is 11.1.1.5. All 11g version for this software includes
i) 11.1.1.5 – Full Software (also available as patchset for 11.1.1.3)
ii) 11.1.1.3 – Full Software

Note: Other Oracle Identity Management products like eSSO, OUD, ODSEE and IRM are installed using separate installers.

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5 comments
RAJ says May 31, 2012

Hi Atul – I have read through 4-5 of your articles , need some help and pointers regarding how to install ODI 11g (11.1.1.5.0) on Linux environment. We need High Availability feature as well, so we have a Linux box where Weblogic is installed – which steps should be followed to install ODI on Linux box, what are the options we need to select during installation. Can you please guide me and send me an email.

Thanks

Really appreciate your help.

Regards

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Huide says October 16, 2012

hi Atul,

from the oracle official site: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E27559_01/install.1112/e27301/toc.htm

the doc for 11.1.2.0 IdAM installation doesn’t mention IAM is must, for the service provided by IDM – the OID OVD ODSM; the download site has OUD package can be downloaded separately.

do you think that’s kind of upgrade for Directory Services? oracle wants to change DS from sun odsee and some old system to OUD?

Regards,
Huide

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Atul Kumar says October 16, 2012

@ Huide,
Oracle Identity Management mainly consists of

1) Directory Services
1.1 OID
1.2 ODSEE (DS)
1.3 OUD
1.4 OVD

2. Identity Management
2.1 OIM
etc

3. Access Management
3.1 OAM
etc

If you are are Sun DS customer then OUD is right upgrade path.

For Directory Service IAM is not required.

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Huide says October 16, 2012

Hi Atul,

Thanks for the quick response.

still have some questions here, could you please help?

1. Is Oracle Identity Management (IDM) 11.1.1.6 necessary for 11gR2 Oracle Identity & Access Management (IDAM) -11.1.2.0)?

2. could we just use OUD as DS for 11gR2 new install?

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the reason I ask:

I didn’t see doc mentioned Oracle Identity Management installation from 11gR2 docs.
(http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E27559_01/index.htm)

thanks for your reply.

have a nice day.

Regards,
Huide

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Huide says October 16, 2012

just reviewed my first question, IAM in that message should be Oracle Identity Management (IDM), the typo make the message messed up.

sorry about that.

regards,
Huide

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