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OUD 12c - Attribute Creation in OUDSM Fails When Using a Character Based OID (Object Identifier) with "The value must match this pattern: ^[0-9]+((\.)?[0-9]+)* Object identifier. " (Doc ID 2547683.1)

Last updated on APRIL 21, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Unified Directory - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Steps to create issue:

1) Log into OUDSM

2) Attempt to create a new attribute definition via Schema tab

3) Assign a non-numeric / character based OID (Object Identifier) (for example, the string value "attributeName-oid" )

Process fails as shown in the below error:

Error: The format is incorrect.

The value must match this pattern: ^[0-9]+((\.)?[0-9]+)*
Object identifier. This is a standardized numerical sequence based on IETF standards. It must be unique and should comply with the system established
within your organization. Normally it is derived from the identifier assigned by registration agencies, such as ANSI or ISO.





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