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OVD 11g: Bind Credentials Do Not Pass-through / Do Not Flow Through the Adapters to the LDAP server. The OVD LDAP Adapter is Always Using its (Undesired) Configured Proxy Credentials. (Doc ID 2333092.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 07, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Virtual Directory - Version 11.1.1.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Oracle Virtual Directory (OVD) 11g.

Cannot get the Bind information to passthrough or flow (and to be transformed) through the Join adapters down to LDAP server, e.g. OUD, as shown below.

The LDAP Adapter always uses its Proxy Credentials instead, whereas the goal is to have the bind credentials transformed as they flow through the various adapters, for example:

BINDDN (ldap): uid=admin,ou=Users,o=example.com
 BINDDN (Native): uid=admin,ou=Users,cn=native,cn=views
  BINDDN (OUD-IDM): uid=admin,ou=Users,cn=oud,cn=backends
   BINDDN (OUD): uid=admin,ou=Users,ou=idm,ou=dev,ou=online,ou=app,o=example.com

Changes

 

Cause

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