Question On OAAM Property -- Oaam.uio.oam.virtual_host_name
(Doc ID 2187446.1)
Last updated on MARCH 22, 2019
Applies to:Oracle Adaptive Access Manager - Version 220.127.116.11.0 and later
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We have a working environment where we have set the OAAM system property oaam.uio.oam.virtual_host_name to the host identifier which we used in the Application Domain protecting the OIM/OAM/OAAM resources.
Whereas in other environment (UAT), somehow we set the value to "IAMSuiteAgent" and its working fine. If we use the host identifier name as we used in the other environments the integration is failing. We want to know the value that needs to be set for this property. With the host identifier name that we used for the integration, we are not able to login and in OAAM Admin Console, if we verify the sessions we could see "Wrong Password" and in OAAM managed servers, we could see the following Notification (but not showing as error) --
[NOTIFICATION]  [oracle.oaam] [tid: [ACTIVE].ExecuteThread: '3' for queue: 'weblogic.kernel.Default (self-tuning)'] [userId: ] [ecid: 005Emza_1lAFs1kLkyk3yZ0003uu000008,0:1:5:3] [APP: oaam_server#18.104.22.168.0] [DSID: 0000LRKxu9xBt1kpkwWByZ1NkxEw000008] loginId [xelsysadm], Op Status from OAM [Major code: 11(CredentialsRejected) Minor code: 40(WrongPassword) ], Event Status from OAM [Major code: 2(NoCode) Minor code: 2(NoCode) ]
We are not able to find any relevant info based on the logs and also not able to get any document which explains clearly on this property. Please let us know more details on this property so that we can have a sync between the environments?
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