An usual requirement when working with Oracle Mobile Application Framework and Oracle Mobile Cloud Service is implement the login against Oracle MCS.
In this post I am going to show you how to configure Oracle MCS as an authentication provider in Oracle MAF.
Creating a Realm
A realm is a security context for a ser of users. We can have only one realm for each Mobile Backend, but we can have multiple Mobile Backend using the same realm.
Using one or more realm in MCS will depend on what users we will like to give access to our application.
Under Applications, we can find Mobile User Management. By default there is one realm named ‘default’, but we can create a new one by clicking on ‘New Realm’ button.
In the realm we can find some user information by default altough we can add more properties.
- Create and configure a Mobile Backend
A Mobile Backend (MBE) is the gateway to Mobile Cloud Service. If we want to access any available resource from MCS, for example an API, we have to do it though an MBE.
We can find Mobile Backends option under Applications menu option.
Click on ‘New Mobile Backend’ to create a new one. Read the complete article here.
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