Changing Oracle Identity Manager Passwords in the CSF

Oracle Identity Manager installer stores several passwords during the install process. Various values are stored in Credential Store Framework (CSF) as key and value.

To change the values of the CSF keys:

  1. Login to Enterprise Manager.
  2. Right-click the domain.
  3. Navigate to Security, and then Credential.
  4. Expand oim. The list of all the key and value pairs for Oracle Identity Manager are displayed. You can edit and change the values.
Key Description
DataBaseKey The password for the key used to encrypt database. The password is the user input value in the installer for the Oracle Identity Manager keystore.
.xldatabasekey The password for keystore that stores the database encryption key. The password is the user input value in the installer for the Oracle Identity Manager keystore.
xell The password for key ‘xell’, which is used for securing communication between Oracle Identity Manager components. Default password generated by Oracle Identity Manager installer is xellerate.
default_keystore.jks The password for the default_keystore.jks JKS keystore in the DOMAIN_HOME/config/fmwconfig/ directory. The password is the user input value in the installer for the Oracle Identity Manager keystore.
SOAAdminPassword The password is user input value in the installer for SOA Administrator Password field.
OIMSchemaPassword The password for connecting to Oracle Identity Manager database schema. Password is user input value in the installer for OIM Database Schema Password field.
JMSKey The password is the user input value in the installer for the Oracle Identity Manager keystore.

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