Figure 1: Select Oracle in the driver palette, and drop it onto the project.
Figure 2: Select the JDBC driver template.
Figure 3: Select Oracle as the database.
Figure 4: Select the database version.
Figure 5: Select Direct and which 3rd party JDBC driver you want to use. You will need to download and copy the JDBC driver archives to your IdM server, for example /opt/Novell/eDirectory/lib/dirxml/classes for Linux and restart eDirectory.
Figure 6: Specify authentication parameters.
Figure 7: Specify triggerless, and browse your vault to select destination OUs.
Figure 8: Configure driver, don't forget to set password for Oracle account.
Figure 9: Modify driver options.
Figure 10: Modify Subscriber options.
Figure 11: Modify Publisher options..
Figure 12: Modify Schema Mapping.
Figure 13: Modify Filter.
Figure 14: Modify Publisher Matching Rule. Modify Publisher Matching Rule.
Figure 15: Modify Publisher Create Rule.
Figure 16: Publisher Placement Rules.
Figure 17: After deploying/starting your driver, you should see accounts from Oracle.
Figure 18: Account from Oracle.