My colleague Subhajit has just published an eBook that covers the steps that are necessary to integrate Oracle Applications Release 12.1 with Oracle Internet Directory 188.8.131.52 and Oracle Access Manager 11.1.2. You owe it to yourself to check it out!
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It seemed simple enough. We were moving our E-Business Suite database to a new server. References to the old database server had to be replaced in a variety of places: Oracle Internet Directory, a handful of tnsnames.ora files, and of course, the context files on the application tier servers. After that, everyone could connect to the database just as they always had. No problems, right?
Well, okay, maybe one small problem.
I was playing around with using Oracle Internet Directory to resolve database service names recently, and it turned into an adventure. Not exactly a memoir-inspiring adventure, but at least one worth blogging about. Maybe my little voyage of discovery here will help someone else who gets a TNS-03505 when using LDAP to look up database […]