How to Accomplish Oracle Access Manager (OAM) x509 Fallback Authentication
(Doc ID 1508122.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2020
Applies to:Oracle Access Manager - Version 220.127.116.11.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
How to accomplish Oracle Access Manager (OAM) x509 fallback authentication
- There is no OOB solution for x509 fallback authentication
- There is no certified/supported solution/step by step documentation on how to accomplish this.
- Enhancement Request <BUG:14828896> NEED X509 FALLBACK AUTHENTICATION OOB, was filed for this, but closed as a duplicate of <Bug:14687932> - CHAINED AUTHENTICATION SUPPORT FOR OOB PLUGINS.
There are some theoretical paths that can be followed, but how or if they will work have not been documented, ie...
a. Failure URL… that points to a resource protected by another authentication scheme Known issues/limitations … <NOTE:1452035.1>" alt="1452035.1" title="1452035.1">1452035.1> Redirect To Custom Page From Custom OAM 11g Authentication Plug-In
b. In OAM 11gr2 11.1.2 and greater, there may be more ways to possible accomplish this with respect to Multi-factor Authentication:
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