SOA Composites /EM Gets Access Denied Oracle.fabric.permission.InstancePermission After Second Login

(Doc ID 2382033.1)

Last updated on APRIL 10, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle SOA Suite - Version 12.2.1.1.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 12.2.1.1.0 version, Fabric

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
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SOA Composites /em gets access denied oracle.fabric.permission.InstancePermission after Second Login

This /em issue only affects the SOA composite retrieval including searching for Flow Instances and retrieving the SOA definition by clicking the composite in the Deployed Composites list.
Also this issue only happens after the first log into /em.

The following scenarios all have will show this error:

1. Login to SOA /em
2. Click on Flow Instances link and then search
3. Observe flow instances assuming some are returned based on the search criteria

Options on seeing this error that all used the Firefox Browser 52.7.0 (32-bit):

A: Login and Logoff

1. Logoff first session
2. Log back in and try to display the any flow instances
3. Observe the message: Error fetching flow instances. Failed with access denied ("oracle.fabric.permission.InstancePermission" "*" "monitor")

B: Login to a new Private Browsing Session while in First Session

1. Login to SOA /em into a Firefox private session
2. Private session: Click on Flow Instances link and then search
3. Private session: Observe the message: Error fetching flow instances. Failed with access denied ("oracle.fabric.permission.InstancePermission" "*" "monitor")
4. First session: Click on Flow Instances link and then search
5. First session: Observe flow instances assuming some are returned based on the search criteria


C: Login to a new Browsing Session using another Browser while in First Session

1. Login to SOA /em into a new Firefox brwoser
2. New browser: Click on Flow Instances link and then search
3. New browser: Observe the message: Error fetching flow instances. Failed with access denied ("oracle.fabric.permission.InstancePermission" "*" "monitor")
4. First session: Click on Flow Instances link and then search
5. First session: Observe flow instances assuming some are returned based on the search criteria

Cause

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