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Weblogic Iden.yertion Provider-->General Tasks Related Topics Attributes. Overview . Use this page to configure a WebLogic Iden.yertion provider for a security realm. Note: The WebLogic Server Administration Console refers to the WebLogic Iden.yertion provider as .WebLogic Iden.yerter. An iden.yertion is a specific form of an authentication provider that enables WebLogic to determine and check the iden.y of theer using tokens. The default WebLogic iden.yertion providers support certificate authentication using X509 certificates, SAMLertion tokens, CSIv2 iden.yertion, etc..This section discusses how to configure the Ping Federate Iden.yerter using the WebLogic Console. Once configured, the WebLogic server with invoke it for every new request. The order of various security providers can be configured through the WebLogic console..The weblogic-jwt-token token is an internal token and is only used for internal apps Only the WebLogic Iden.yertion provider should handle this token type..

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