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Using EUSM to manage EUS mappings in OUD

EUSM
is a command line tool that can be used to manage the EUS settings
starting with the 11.1 release of Oracle. In the 11.1 release the tool
is not yet documented in the Oracle EUS documentation, but this is
planned for a coming release.

The same commands used by EUSM can be performed from the Database Console GUI or from Grid Control*.

For more details, search for the document ID 1085065.1 on https://support.oracle.com/epmos/faces/DocumentDisplay?id=1085065.1.

The examples below don't include all the EUSM options, only the options that are used by EUS.

EUSM is user friendly and intuitive. Typing eusm help
<option> lists the parameters to be used for any of the available
options. Here are the options related to connectivity with OUD :

ldap_host="gnb.fr.oracle.com" - name of the OUD server.
ldap_port=1389 - nonSSL (SASL) port used for OUD connections. 
ldap_user_dn="cn=directory manager" - OUD administrator name
ldap_user_password="welcome1" - OUD administrator password

Find below common commands:

To List Enterprise roles in OUD
eusm listEnterpriseRoles domain_name=<Domain> realm_dn=<realm> ldap_host=<hostname> ldap_port=<port> ldap_user_dn=<oud administrator> ldap_user_password=<oud admin password>

To List Mappings
eusm listMappings domain_name=<Domain> realm_dn=<realm> ldap_host=<hostname> ldap_port=<port> ldap_user_dn=<oud admin> ldap_user_password=<oud admin password>

To List Enterprise Role Info
eusm listEnterpriseRoleInfo enterprise_role=<rdn of enterprise role> domain_name=<Domain> realm_dn=<realm> ldap_host=<hostname> ldap_port=<port> ldap_user_dn="<oud admin>" ldap_user_password=<oud admin password>

To Create Enterprise Role
eusm createRole enterprise_role=<rdn of the enterprise role> domain_name=<Domain> realm_dn=<realm> ldap_host=<hostname> ldap_port=<port> ldap_user_dn="<oud admin>" ldap_user_password=<oud admin password>

To Create User-Schema Mapping
eusm createMapping database_name=<SID of target database> realm_dn="<realm>" map_type=<ENTRY/SUBTREE> map_dn="<dn of enterprise user>" schema="<name of the shared schema>" ldap_host=<oud hostname> ldap_port=<port> ldap_user_dn="<oud admin>" ldap_user_password="<oud admin password>"

To Create Proxy Permission
eusm createProxyPerm proxy_permission=<Name of the proxypermission> domain_name=<Domain> realm_dn="<realm>" ldap_host=<hostname> ldap_port=<port> ldap_user_dn="<oud admin>" ldap_user_password=<oud admin password>

To Grant Proxy permission to Proxy group
eusm grantProxyPerm proxy_permission=<Name of the proxy permission> domain_name=<Domain> realm_dn="<realm>" ldap_host=<hostname> ldap_port=<port> ldap_user_dn="<oud admin>" ldap_user_password=<password> group_dn="<dn of the enterprise group>"

To Map proxy permission to proxy user in DB
eusm addTargetUser proxy_permission=<Name of the proxy permission> domain_name=<Domain> realm_dn="<realm>" ldap_host=<hostname> ldap_port=<port> ldap_user_dn="<oud admin>" ldap_user_password=<oud admin password> database_name=<SID of the target database> target_user=<target database user> dbuser=<Database user with DBA privileges> dbuser_password=<database user password> dbconnect_string=<database_host>:<port>:<DBSID>

Enterprise role to Global role mapping

eusm addGlobalRole enterprise_role=<rdn of the enterprise role> domain_name=<Domain> realm_dn="<realm>" database_name=<SID of the target database> global_role=<name of the global role defined in the target database> dbuser=<database user> dbuser_password=<database user password> dbconnect_string=<database_host>:<port>:<DBSID> ldap_host=<oid_hostname> ldap_port=<port> ldap_user_dn="<oud admin>" ldap_user_password=<oud admin password>


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