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Oracle Access Manager 11g R2PS3 (OAM Modification of LogoutRedirectUrl using RREG (Doc ID 2382831.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 01, 2021

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Issue while creating Agent profile using RREG in Oracle Access Manager 11g R2PS3 (OAM

As per the current requirement, logoutRedirectUrl attribute needs to be set while creating Agent profile using RREG.

Steps that are followed -

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1) Created input xml file, taking OAMRequest.xml as reference.
2) By default, OAMRequest.xml file does not have value for logoutRedirectUrl.

3) Picked up the syntax for logoutRedirectUrl from other xml (OAM11GUpdateAgentRequest.xml) in the input folder & copied the syntax to the input xml & tried creating the agent profile by running below command
./ inband <OAM_ORACLE_HOME>/oam/server/rreg/input/TestAgent.xml


Below is the error seen

Mar 15, 2018 6:03:52 AM handleEvent
SEVERE: Error occurred while parsing the XML file.Error message is: cvc-complex-type.2.4.a: Invalid content was found starting with element 'logoutRedirectUrl'. One of '{logoutTargetUrlParamName, primaryServerList, secondaryServerList, protectedResourcesList, publicResourcesList, excludedResourcesList, protectedAuthnScheme, publicAuthnScheme, userDefinedParameters, rregApplicationDomain, isFusionAppRegistration}' is expected.


Expectation was to set logoutRedirectUrl with a proper value (other than default) while creation of agent profile.

OAMRequest.xml will not have the attribute LogoutredirectUrl present.

Syntax for logoutRedirectUrl is copied from other xml (OAM11GUpdateAgentRequest.xml) in the input folder & copied the syntax to the input xml


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