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OSSO-SUBSCRIBER-DN Header Returns DC=EXAMPLE,DC=COM (Doc ID 1390192.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 11, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Forms - Version and later
Oracle Access Manager - Version and later
Oracle Forms for OCI - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
The issue will happen with any FMW product using OAM with mod_osso and OID


The products log will contain the following message message -> dc=example,dc=com

If using Forms 11gR2, the end user will see the following message ->

"FRM-93330: Fatal authentication error: User does not have proper credentials configured in Oracle Internet Directory. Contact your system administrator."

The formsapp-diagnostic log will show ->

[FORMS_SESSION_ID: formsapp.7] unable to obtain user credentials; redirecting to Delegated AdministrationServices
[2011-11-15T12:33:37.392-06:00] [WLS_FORMS] [WARNING] [FRM-93306]
[oracle.forms.servlet] [tid: 16] [userId: <userId>] [ecid: <ecid>]
[SRC_CLASS:oracle.forms.servlet.FormsOIDContext] [APP: formsapp#11.1.2]
[SRC_METHOD: getUserCredentials]
[FORMS_SESSION_ID: formsapp.10] Encountered oracle.ldap.util.UtilException:
NamingException encountered when resolving subscriber - DN =dc=example,dc=com
[[ while attempting to retrieve database credentials from Oracle Internet Directory.]]

Note: This error may only appear when SSODynamicResourceCreate=false.  Therefore, when testing for issues related to RAD access, it is always a good idea to run some tests with this parameter set to false.





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