Posted by Pon ArunKumar Ramalingam
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May 26th, 2008

Hi Friends, Its been a long time that I had posted in our Pitstop 🙂

May be because I have been kept busy with the work load and also the 2008 Formula One Championship,.. Its was too good to watch the thundering drive to the chequered flag by the team ferrari and hardly was concentrating on the opponents pitstops,…

Here we go,.. I would like to bring in the ‘technical collaboration’ (term taken out of air) between the Microsoft Active Directory and Oracle-Peoplesoft. You may find a lot of information on this in the Internet and other related material of interest to you. So I thought of listing down some of the basic aspects that needs to be concentrated while we are into a single sign on process.

  • Gathering the correct ‘Connect String’ Information from the Active Directory (LDAP)
  • Selecting a Network Analyzer Tool to be used to trace the data packet movement – Just in case if we head into connectivity problem, and
  • Configuring the Schema Cache on the Peoplesoft Environment.

Do post in queries if you do happen to run into any issues when you are performing single sign on or when you need more information on the procedure.

I’m happy that i had a very quick pitstop here 🙂 back on track and will be back soon

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Kelvin26 - October 23rd, 2009

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soundar - January 6th, 2009

I would like to get more information on this. Could you explain the steps to be followed to perform Single Sign on in PS using MS Active Directory

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