Instead of providing a particular domain controller

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Instead of providing a particular domain controller, always configure providers by providing a domain and a site; or optionally, a DNS. This is because if a domain controller goes down for maintenance, the EPM System security code automatically picks up the next nearest available controller and performs operations against that domain controller. Is the only way to have an active-active Shared Services clustered environment to use OID as the native directory? 127
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Is Microsoft ADAM supported as an external provider in EPM System? Yes. EPM System Releases 11.1.1.3 and 11.1.2.1 are certified to work with ADAM (on Window 2003) as an external provider. How can I configure Microsoft ADAM as an external provider in Shared Services? Install and configure the ADAM instance. 1. In Shared Services, add the ADAM provider as an MSAD provider: a. In Shared Services Console, log in as user admin . b. Select Administration , and then Configure User Directories . c. Click Add . d. Select Microsoft Active Directory (MSAD) and provide the required information. e. Save the provider. f. If it is not already added by default, add the provider to the search order. 2. Restart Shared Services. 3. Log in to Shared Services. 4. Ensure that you can list your ADAM users and groups in Shared Services. 5. Restart all EPM System services and any custom programs in the deployment. Can I use an MSAD Global Catalog for EPM System for my security needs? Yes. A Global Catalog (GC) is an Active Directory mechanism to consolidate many domains (trusted or untrusted) into one view. This helps configure EPM Security to use two or more domains within one configured AD provider. When you use GC, you can just configure one MSAD provider that points to GC. GC will provide a consolidated global view of users/groups in all the domains. 128 User and System Security
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In Shared Services Release 11.1.1.3 or earlier, I see the error Thread-24551 "[STUCK] ExecuteThread: '389' for queue: 'weblogic.kernel.Default (self- tuning)'" <alive, in native, suspended, blocked, priority=1, DAEMON> { -- Blocked trying to get lock: org.apache.commons.pool.impl.Generi [email protected][fat lock]” in the HyS9SharedServices- sysout.log . What is the cause? This error may occur when many corporate directory users try to log in to EPM Workspace and open Financial Management applications concurrently. In this scenario, you must applying Financial Management Patch 500 or 50. The most likely cause for this issue is that the external provider(s) configured to work with EPM System products is a slow connection. To fix this, set the Grow Connections connection pool to true in all the configured external directories. ä To set the Grow Connections option: 1 Log in to Shared Services as a user with administrator privileges. In Shared Services Release 11.1.1.3 or earlier, I see the error Thread-24551 "[STUCK] ExecuteThread: '389' for queue: 'weblogic.kernel.Default (self- tuning)'" <alive, in native, suspended, blocked, priority=1, DAEMON> { -- Blocked trying to get lock: [email protected][fat lock]” in the HyS9SharedServices-sysout.log. What is the cause? 129
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