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JMS Security Policies Are Not Honored When JMSServer Name Has @ In It (Doc ID 2291739.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 15, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle WebLogic Server - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


WLS does not honor the JMS Security Policies defined at the Queue level.

Security policies are defined in WLS Admin console under:

      JMS Module ---> <queue_name> ---> Security ---> Policies ---> AddCondition

eg: to define a condition to allow only a specific user to send messages to the queue:

      JMS Module ---> MyQueue1 ---> Security ---> Policies ---> AddCondition ---> User ---> userabc ---> Add

If user "userxyz" sends a message to the Queue, he should not be able to send. However, in this case he is able to send and received messages despite the security policy restricts access to only "userabc"


 JMSServer has @ in its name. eg: JMSServer@osb1


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