LDAP Authentication with APEX

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Here is a quick tutorial on how to set up LDAP authentication with Oracle Application Express 4.1.1.
Let’s assume that my LDAP server is ldap.mydomain.com on port 389. The ou group is “People”.
The first thing you need to do if working with Oracle database 11G, is to set up an access control list (ACL) for the Apex schema, so it can resolve and connect to the LDAP server. This step is not neccessary in database 10G.

Now configue a new authentication scheme in Application Express to authenticate via LDAP.

In your Apex application go to Shared Components -> Authentication Schemes, and click the Create button.

Choose the radio button Based on a pre-configured scheme from the gallery, and click Next.

Provide a name, for example LDAP Authentication.

Select the scheme type LDAP Directory.

Now the new Settings region appears. Fill in the values as in the…

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