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Getting Oracle to work through SSO/BDC

  Asked By: Nicholas    Date: Sep 06    Category: MOSS    Views: 960

We have information in an Oracle database that we have to expose
through a MOSS 2007 site. Has anyone gotten SSO/BDC to work properly
with Oracle? If so can anyone share steps/procedures?

Seems to be a topic thats hard to find information on. I have been
researching for weeks but can't find any defintive answer.



5 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Tricia Mullins     Answered On: Sep 06

Video on using BDC Meta Man to connect to Oracle.


Answer #2    Answered By: Himanshu Gohil     Answered On: Sep 06

I have a post that goes along with Nicks one using BDC MetaMan to connect to
Oracle. You can get it here:

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it may be useful.

Answer #3    Answered By: Ashton Schroeder     Answered On: Sep 06

I viewed the webcast and pdf document. I tried
what was in there but am getting errors. Saying that the parameter
was invalid...Seems to be security related when I check the
SharePoint logs. We can hit the Oracle database  and retreive
information from it using a test asp.net application so I know that
we have access to the database.

Now I have a question. The webcast and PDF sample have Oracle and
SharePoint on the same server. Is there anything different that has
to be done when they are on seperate servers? I read somewhere that
SSO has to be used in that case?

Answer #4    Answered By: Iris Ballard     Answered On: Sep 06

We are currently getting ready to undergo the same thing. I am also
interested in people's experiences with this.

Answer #5    Answered By: Jamila Guthrie     Answered On: Sep 06

Since we're dealing data stored on a Oracle database, I would assume this
would be non-SharePoint line-of-business data we need access to.

As a "Best Practice", I would recommend exposing the Oracle data via web
services. This will allow you to manage access to the line-of-business
data. It also removes the database  design complexities from everyone.
Once completed, I would then hook up the BDC to the web services instead
of directly to Oracle.

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