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Mathematical operators within a condition supported? (Doc ID 2474689.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 24, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Adaptive Access Manager - Version and later
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In order to implement a rule that will compare two transaction fields as follows: if field1 is greater than the 80% of field2, then the rule will trigger.

I tried to implement it using condition "Session: Compare two parameter values":
In "parameter key 1" I put field1.
In "operation" I put more than.
In "parameter key 2" I put field2 * 0.8.

Since the condition is undocumented, I suppose that I can use it with numeric operators in parameter keys (+ , - , * . / ).
Unfortunately, OAAM seems to completely ignore the operators. I tried with brackets and parenthesis as well. I even tried using an integer instead of 0.8 (eg. field2 * 1). In vein.
On the contrary, when I don't use operators, then it works fine. No error is written on the logs.

Please, let me know if
a) I can use operators in this condition?
b) If not, what is the alternative to achieve the rule?


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