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Raghu Raghu
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** Customer's Management 24x7 contact name: santhoshkumar Ram
** Customer's Management 24x7 contact number: 6594272281
** Customer's Management E-mail Address: ramgopalr@hcl.com

** Primary Customer 24x7 contact name: santhosh kumar dabbicar
** Primary Customer 24x7 contact number: 6584006838
** Primary Customer E-mail Address: santhosh.kumar@emcsg.com
** Primary Customer Contact Method: Web

** Secondary Customer 24x7 contact name: santhosh kumar dabbicar
** Secondary Customer 24x7 contact number: 656779 3000
** Alternate 24x7 Contact Number: 6584006838
** Secondary Customer E-mail Address: santhosh.kumar@emcsg.com

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Problem Summary
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OAM 11g HA setup with RSA authentication

Problem Description
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Hi,
We are setting up High Availability(HA) for OAM 11gR2 with two nodes/instances.
We are using 10g-webgate on IIS7.5/windows 2008R2
We are using embedded credential collector (ECC) method for authentication.

We have authentication with OID and RSA as well.

Please advice us on the steps to take to setup HA.
Also clarify specifically on the usage of "serverRequestCacheType"


Thanks & Rgds,
Ram
chinniraviteja chinniraviteja
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Re: OA

Hi,

For High Availability you can use BASIC , COOKIE and FORM.

NOTE: FORM is introducted in OAM 11.1.1.5 and is not present in 11.1.1.3 version.

BASIC: In this mode the OAM Server stores the information in memory. This mode could not be used in an OAM Cluster High Availability environment because during the authentication process, the client might be redirected to different OAM Server instances and the information about the original request is only available in the memory of one OAM Server instance. This mode requires the Login Page to return the “request_id” value.

COOKIE: In this mode the OAM Server creates an encrypted OAM_REQ cookie to store the information. This mode could be used in a High Availability environment.  The Login Page only needs to return the username and password.

FORM:  In this mode the OAM Server sends the information about the original request via a POST request using an encrypted OAM_REQ value.  This mode could be used in a High Availability environment. The login page must return the OAM_REQ value.

Thanks,
Chinni
Thanks and Regards,
Chinni