Configuring Oracle Traffic Director 12c with WebGate by Jaap Poot


At a recent customer install, I was faced with configuring Oracle Traffic Director (OTD) Webgate with Oracle Access Manager.

Deploying Webgate on OD 12c is very well described in the documentation. See A Configuring OAM Agent (WebGate) for Oracle Traffic Director

There is however a flaw in the documentation. I came across that when I reached the point where Webgate get’s configured in the conf files of OTD.

When you configure Webgate for OTD 12c, the OTD Conf files such as magnus.conf and virtual-server-*-obj.conf are updated. (on a collocated installation)
If you follow the documentation completely, you will end up with conf files that either have no WebGate configuration in them or with the configuration dedicated to the first OTD instance on both servers. In the latter case, the second instance will no longer start.
I created a Service Request at Oracle support to address the issue. They didn’t have a solution for the problem and I ended up being bounced between the OTD and the WebGate support teams. Finally one of the guys from the WebGate team really tried to help me, but couldn’t resolve the issue. So I went along and solved the problem myself. As I will describe below. Read the complete article here.

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