Unraveling your OAM Service providers
Service providers in OAM are mapped to partner profiles and authentication schemes. These are defined with wlst commands. Unfortunately, these settings are not visible in the OAM console. They can be discovered by looking in the oam-config.xml file, but that is a rather tedious exercise.
There is a set of wlst-commands to unravel the structure. I will try to describe them below.
Listing all serviceproviders
Serviceproviders can be listed with the command
ServiceProviders have partner profiles attached to them. A list of partner profiles can be retrieved with the command
To see which partner profile is attached to a SP, use
The other way round, to see which partners are attached to a profile, use
Now, you may want to check which authentication scheme is used for a partner. This is tricky: the authentication scheme can be defined on the partner profile level or on the SP level, or both. If both are defined, the SP level scheme supersedes the profile level scheme. Problem: once defined on the SP level, it can only be deleted with
To check the scheme on the SP level, use
getPartnerProperty(“<partnerName>”, “sp”, “defaultschemeid”)
If no default scheme is defined, you will get no answer.
To check the scheme on the partner profile level, use
and look for the property defaultschemeid.