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OIDDAS Fails When mod_sso And mod_auth Are Enabled On OHS Used By SSO Server (Doc ID 1307640.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 22, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Application Server Single Sign-On - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


After following <Note 274674.1> technical note to implement Apache Basic Auth (mod_auth) in the Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) running on the SSO infrastructure node:
Location protected by mod_auth works fine. However, after that the OIDDAS page stops working properly. When login into OIDDAS, all of the tabs "Profile", "Directory", etc come up with
500 Internal Server Error.

After disabling mod_auth, OIDDAS works properly again.


Oracle technical note implemented in the OHS used by SSO and OIDDAS.

<Note 274674.1> - Apache Basic Auth (mod_auth) and SSO (mod_osso) Within Same Application Server.


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