Oracle Advanced Security -
In my lab setup, I have used the Solaris Unix as my operating platform for my database. And to simulate my application environment, I use Linux as my operating environment for the client which is a common platform for application servers nowadays.
You may use the same procedures that I had mentioned below if you would like to use Windows as your client environment.
OS: Solaris 10 Unix
Database name: ORA11PCI
You do this on both the server and the client hosts. The example below is on the database server part.
1. Launch the Oracle Wallet Manager
2. Create a New Wallet. (Wallet -
Select yes to create a new wallet directory.
Enter your master password -
Wallet type: Standard
You can optionally proceed to create a cert request if you intend to use SSL.
In my case, I decided to create later.
NOTE: the default ewallet.p12 file is located in the wallet folder at $ORACLE_HOME/owm/wallets/<osacct>
pacific:oradb> ls -
At the Create Certificate Request window, supply the following info:
the rest are default: