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Oracle Identity Governance (OIG) Application Onboarding (AOB) fails with Error "[EJB:010160]Security violation: User <anonymous> has insufficient permission to access" (Doc ID 2536090.1)

Last updated on MAY 05, 2024

Applies to:

Identity Manager - Version to [Release 12c]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


OIG AOB fails to make a connection with the target system with the below  error message:


Steps to Reproduce the issue :

1.Install OIG

2.Download any 12c connector bundles (AD, OID and etc,.) and extract them to $ORACLE_HOME/server/ConnectorDefaultDirectory folder.
3. Login to Identity Self Service as xelsysadm.
2. Click Manage button.
3. Click Applications tile.
4. On the Create drop down menu, select Authoritative.
5. Create the application per customer's specifications.
6. After all fields are filled out, click the Test Connection button.
7. The following error will be displayed on the screen,

Test connection failed Internal Server Error Error connecting to application Corporate Active Directory :: [EJB:010160]Security violation: User <anonymous> has insufficient permission to access EJB type=<ejb>, application=oim, module=iam-ejb.jar, ejb=tcITResourceInstanceOperationsIntf, method=getITResourceInstanceParametersx, methodInterface=Remote, signature={long,java.lang.String}.






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