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RACHEL PERRYRACHEL PERRY 

Oracle Smart View

Does anyone have any information on how they set up Oracle Smart View in OKTA?
Drew PadorDrew Pador (Okta, Inc.)
Hello Rachel,

Thanks for posting in the Okta Community!

I was able to find this information from Oracle on SmartView SSO capabilities:

Although Smart View is a thick client and not a browser, it connects to server components using HTTP and behaves much like a browser from a system perspective. Smart View supports all standard web-based integration methods that browser interfaces support. However, there are some limitations:
  • Smart View is not supported in Kerberos-enabled environments.SSO mechanisms are supported for shared connections only.
  • SSO mechanisms are not supported with private connections, which are used primarily for backward compatibility.
  • If Smart View is launched from an existing browser session that is connected to an EPM System component, users must sign into Smart View again because it does not share the cookie from the existing session.
With this information, you should be able to configure the application using the Application Integration Wizard by logging into your Okta Admin console, navigate to the Application section and click the Create New App button:

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Feel free to respond with any furhter comments or questions.


Regards,
Drew Pador
Technical Support Engineer
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