How To Secure/Unsecure your Oracle Application Server 10g

Regarding To Oracle Support Document Please Follow the below steps to Secure and Unsecured Oracle AS

Secure Oracle AS 10g :

1.Stop iasconsole

emctl stop iasconsole

2.Secure iasconsole 

emctl secure iasconsole

3.Start iasconsole 

emctl start iasconsole U

Unsecuring Oracle AS 10g

1.Stop iasconsole

emctl stop iasconsole

 2.Update Oracle As Console StandAlone OC4J to support unsecure port :

     $ORACLE_HOME/sysman/j2ee/config/emd-web-site.xml
Change 

<web-site <span="" display-name="Oracle Enterprise Manager iAS Console Website" host="[ALL]" port="" style="color: red;">

 to 


<web-site <span="" display-name="Oracle Enterprise Manager iAS Console Website" host="[ALL]" port="" style="color: red;">

3.In same File 

Change 

<ssl-config needs-client-auth="true" keystore="server/keystore.test" keystore-password="%EMD_KEYSTORE_PASSWORD%" />

To

<ssl-config needs-client-auth="false" keystore="server/keystore.test" keystore-password="%EMD_KEYSTORE_PASSWORD%" />

4.Update AS Console Local Management Agent to support the unsecure HTTP protocol.
The EMD_URL property in

$ORACLE_HOME/sysman/config/emd.properties

needs to get switched back to the HTTP (non-secure) protocol.

Change

EMD_URL=https://:/emd/main  

to


EMD_URL=http://:/emd/main

5.Update the standAloneConsoleURL property of oracle_ias target.
Edit the file

$ORACLE_HOME/sysman/emd/targets.xml

to change the StandaloneConsoleURL property of oracle_ias target to switch back to the HTTP (non-secure) protocol.

Change:

<target ...="" name="EnterpriseManager." type="oracle_ias"> <... <property 0);"="" 0,="" color:="" name="StandaloneConsoleURL" rgb(255,="" value="https://:/emd/console"/>
  to
<target ...="" name="EnterpriseManager." type="oracle_ias"> <... <property 0);"="" 0,="" color:="" name="StandaloneConsoleURL" rgb(255,="" value="http://:/emd/console"/>

6.Start iasconsole
emctl start iasconsole  

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