FRM-93330 Error when Working with Forms and Multiple REALMS in OID

(Doc ID 2355615.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 05, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Forms - Version 12.2.1.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Oracle Forms is configured with OAM and OID as the indentity  store. Resource Access Descriptors are also store in OID.

Multiple REALMs are being used in OID to keep users organized by application.

Example

REALM#1 --> realmDN='dc=development,dc=us,dc=oracle'

REALM#2 --> realmDN='dc=QA,dc=us,dc=oracle'

REALM#3 --> realmDN='dc=production,dc=us,dc=oracle'

When trying to run a Form application and trying to use a RAD (Resource Access Descriptor), the forms fails with the following error:

FRM-93330: Fatal authentication error: User does not have proper credentials configured.

 

 

After enabling OID traces, what is happening is that Oracle Forms is looking for the RAD being requested in the wrong REALM in OID and that is what is causing the FRM error.

 



Changes

 

Cause

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