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ESSO-LM Fails To Update Application Password After Upgrade to (Doc ID 2210179.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 06, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Enterprise Single Sign-On Suite Plus - Version to [Release 11g]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Logon Manager stops working correctly with a predefined application after upgrading the ESSO-LM client to version

When the user"s application password expires for a predefined mainframe application, the application password does not get updated automatically in the ESSO-LM client as expected. So when the user attempts to change it manually, the ESSO-LM client stops working and becomes hung with the spinning animation icon. The ESSO-LM must be shut down and restarted to recover.

When the users change an expired password for a predefined application, the password is expected to be updated automatically in the ESSO-LM client automatically because the template contains a password change form to detect the expired password. Users should also be able to manually update the password in the ESSO-LM client without it becoming unresponsive and forcing a restart of the ESSO-LM client.


 Upgrade the ESSO Logon Manager Client to version


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