Modeling WebLogic user password credential mapping

The Create Domain Tool can be used to create user password credential mappings for use with the DefaultCredentialMapper security provider. Information in the model will be used to create a credential mapping file that will be imported the first time the Administration Server is started. This example shows how mappings are represented in the model:

domainInfo:
   WLSUserPasswordCredentialMappings:
       CrossDomain:
           map1:
               RemoteDomain: otherDomain
               RemoteUser: otherUser
               RemotePassword: '@@PROP:other.pwd@@'
       RemoteResource:
           map2:
               Protocol: http
               RemoteHost: remote.host
               RemotePort: 7020
               Path: /app/buy
               Method: POST
               User: user1
               RemoteUser: remoteUser
               RemotePassword: '@@PROP:remote.pwd@@'
           map3:
               Protocol: https
               RemoteHost: remote2.host
               RemotePort: 7030
               Path: /app/sell
               Method: GET
               User: 'user1,user2'
               RemoteUser: remoteUser2
               RemotePassword: '@@PROP:remote2.pwd@@'

In this example, the mapping map1 creates a cross-domain credential mapping that provides access from this domain to the remote domain otherDomain as the user otherUser with the configured password.

The mapping map2 creates a remote resource credential mapping that will give the local user user1 access to a single remote resource on remote.host as the user remoteUser with the configured password. The mapping map3 is similar, but provides access to a different remote resource for two local users, user1 and user2.

The names of the mapping sections in the model, such as map1 and map2, are used to group the attributes for each mapping in the model and are not part of the resulting credential mappings. These names should be unique for each mapping of a particular type.