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OAM11.1.2.3.x - Application Domain Idle time out is behaving as session time out (Doc ID 2148951.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 31, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Access Manager - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The Application domain Session Idle time out is working as session time out but not as Idle time out.

Global Session/Idle timeout settings

Max Session Lift Timeout== 30Mins
Idle session time out==15Mins


Settings at Application domain Level

Application domain Idle session timeout =4 Mins


Case 1: Success

Lets say user access an application at 3.30 PM and the Idle session time out set to 3.34 PM. If the user is idle for 4 Mins, The OAM is forcing user to go
through authentication

Case 2: Failure

User logged in at 3.30 PM and access the application at 3.32 PM. So the new Idle session time out should set to 3.36 PM. But after 3.34 PM, OAM is
forcing user to go through authentication. So basically the max session time is getting kicked in, even in Success (Above) case

The same configuration working properly in OAM




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