My session scheduled for Wednesday at noon titled “Integrating Microsoft Active Directory and Oracle Internet Directory with Database Logins: Enterprise User Security” (S300044) has been moved to a larger room. It will now be in Marriott Salon 8, so if you were on the waiting list (there were quite a few of you!), you shouldn’t have any trouble finding a seat now as the room holds almost 900 people.

See you there–it should be a fun and informative session!

  • http://www.mojomark.com/pls/website/blog.html MojoMark

    Hi Dan, I was in attendance at the session and enjoyed your presentation. I like how you start it out with a more “human” intro. At my Company we do AD sync with OID and add to that a custom registration system (a pl/sql Oracle app) that also links with OID for new registrants and changes. As a developer, I don't need to know all the details, but your talk was a good drop down to a level that increased my understanding. Thanks – and I've got you on my Twitter list to follow

  • http://www.dannorris.com/ Dan Norris

    Hi MojoMark,

    I'm glad you enjoyed it and learned a few things too. I, too, have written custom PL/SQL to create a provisioning system to tie things together, but hopefully you'll find this solution a lot nicer if you get a chance to play with a test setup. If you have any specific questions, send them my way–I love a challenge! :) Thanks for coming to the session in the freezing cold room!

  • http://www.dannorris.com/ Dan Norris

    Hi MojoMark,

    I'm glad you enjoyed it and learned a few things too. I, too, have written custom PL/SQL to create a provisioning system to tie things together, but hopefully you'll find this solution a lot nicer if you get a chance to play with a test setup. If you have any specific questions, send them my way–I love a challenge! :) Thanks for coming to the session in the freezing cold room! I posted the slides on my Professional Activities page if you're interested in seeing them again.

  • http://vanbortel.blogspot.com Frank van Bortel

    Dan – there’s no need for the SSL OID config and Password filter – the password is “verified” against the Kerberos Ticket Granting server.