Today, users of Oracle Cloud Applications must log in separately to launch and access Oracle Fusion Analytics Warehouse (FAW).
This blog details the steps you can take for users to launch Fusion Analytics Warehouse from Oracle Cloud Applications without logging in separately. This way of launching Fusion Analytics Warehouse applies only to federated users.
Before following the steps in this article, ensure that you’ve followed the steps in the sections Synchronize Oracle Applications Cloud with Oracle Identity Cloud Service and Set Up Single Sign-On to Access Oracle Fusion Analytics Warehouse as outlined in https://blogs.oracle.com/analytics/fusion-analytics-warehouse-idcs-sync-and-sso-enablement-v2.
When you use EL Expression, register FAW as an AppShortName.
From the Settings and Actions menu in Oracle Cloud Applications, select Setup and Maintenance.
Select Manage Setup Content.
Select Manage Integration of Additional Applications.
Create an entry for FAW, and specify the FAW URL until the oraclecloud.com section:
On the Create Page Entry page, provide the destination URL in the following format:
When using a Link Type of static (and without an EL expression), provide the full FAW URL for the destination as shown in the following figure:
For detailed steps, see
In Step 10 of the Page Entry creation section, provide the FAW URL as the destination and save the changes.
To test the configuration for federated users:
You shouldn’t be prompted to login. FAW uses the Oracle Applications Cloud (fusion) session that’s already created while authenticating Oracle Cloud Applications and seamlessly authenticating you.
After the IDP Policy in Oracle Identity Cloud Service is configured to force authentication by the selected IDP for FAW Instances, non-federated users must ensure that they’re logged into the Oracle Identity Cloud Service instance before they can access FAW.
While there are multiple options to log into FAW, one of the suggested approaches is:
Oracle Analytics Service Excellence, CEAL Team