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While Searching Composites for an Identity Audit Configuration or Scan Definition an Error Pop Up is Shown with "For more information, search the server's error log for an entry containing this key" (Doc ID 2456141.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 05, 2018

Applies to:

Identity Manager - Version 11.1.2.3.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

While searching composites on the Identity Audit Configuration page an error pop up is seen with For more information, search the server's error log for an entry containing this key: #123456789.

The same error will be seen when searching composites in an Identity Audit Scan Definition.

The key # value shown in the error will vary. For example, in this case, we see the key value is #1538769255727.

 

The corresponding OIM diagnostic log shows several related errors and warnings. The final error thrown shows the message with the corresponding key value that was seen in the pop up error window. The log file entries related to this key show messages with This method is only valid for references with a single binding whose interface is defined by a WSDL definition.

There may be other issues which coexist with this issue.  For example:

Certification tasks are not created when the certification job is run. This issue is described in Note.2453382.1

The same error pop up with similar error messages in the diagnostic logs is seen when searching for composites in a Certification Definition.  This issue is described in Note.2456097.1

Changes

 You've deployed a custom composite to the SOA instance in your OIM domain.

Cause

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