How to revert the default value for the responseSeparator and responseEscapeChar after using the configurePolicyResponses command

(Doc ID 2352476.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 25, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Access Manager - Version 11.1.2.3.0 to 11.1.2.3.180116 [Release 11g]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

 

As per documentation:

    https://docs.oracle.com/middleware/12213/oam/AIAAG/managing-policies-protect-resources-and-enable-sso.htm#AIAAG1905

Section:

25.13.4.3 Multi-Valued Responses

Access Manager 11g supports responses with multiple values. These can be multivalued user attribute responses, user's group membership responses and the like. For multivalued responses, Access Manager uses a COLON as the separator and a BACKSLASH as the escape character.

For example, if a user attribute genType has the values "Gold", "Platinum" and "Silver", the policy response for $user.attr.genType would be:  "Gold:Platinum:Silver"

If a COLON appears in any of the attribute values, it will be escaped with BACKSLASH. For example, for a user with group memberships as "Administrators", "Special:Users", the policy response for $user.groups would be "Administrators:Special\:Users"
It is possible to change the default separator and escape character using the configurePolicyResponses(responseSeparator, responseEscapeChar) WLST command.

 

So, it is possible to change the default values using the command configurePolicyResponses(responseSeparator, responseEscapeChar) WLST command.   As per example:


 Now how to return the value to default one as per documentation above?

 

Solution

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