This post explains the steps to enable Auditing in Oracle access manager 11g to database. The overview of auditing in Oracle Access Manager 11g is explained here. By default the auditing information will be stored in the bus-stop file. Follow the below steps for Oracle Access manager auditing to database.
This post explains the basics of Auditing in Oracle Access Manager 11g and also explains the run time events you can audit by enabling auditing in Oracle Access Manager 11g.
By enabling the auditing in Oracle Access manager you can track the user events like user authentication (authentication attempt, authentication success, authentication failure etc.) and authorization events (authorization success, failure etc.) Also you can track the Administrative events also by enabling auditing in Oracle Access Manager. For more details related to the OAM events that can be audited, please check the oracle documentation link here.