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"ODI-10163: This OPSS user '[USERNAME]' has different GUID than the one found in Oracle Data Integrator repository" After Upgrading to ODI 12.2.1.4 Using External Authentication (Doc ID 2674726.1)

Last updated on JUNE 04, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Data Integrator - Version 12.2.1.4.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

NOTE: In the examples below, the names represent a fictitious sample for clarity. Any similarity to actual environments, past or present, is purely coincidental and not intended in any manner.

After Oracle Data Integrator is upgraded to version 12.2.1.4, external users from Active Directory are still able to log in, and the GUID of the users are shown with backslashes (\). However, when the user clicks on "Retrieve GUID," the external GUID is retrieved without the backslashes. In addition, when attempting to add or modify a new user from the Users section of the Security tab, a different GUID is returned than the one that was used in the previous version, and an error message appears.

SEVERE: odi.core.security.SecurityManager.createAuthenthication(subject) detected OPSS user:<USER> has different guid ODI repos. The guid of the opss user is:\d7\f3\ea\33\8a\fc\bc\46\87\f5\ba\5d\cb\2d\da\34, the guid in repos is:d7f3ea338afcbc4687f5ba5dcb2dda34

The error in the Studio.log

oracle.odi.core.security.BadCredentialsException: ODI-10163: This OPSS user '<USERNAME>' has different GUID than the one found in Oracle Data Integrator repository.
  at oracle.odi.core.security.SecurityManager.createLdapAuthentication(SecurityManager.java:1027)
  at oracle.odi.core.security.SecurityManager.createAuthentication(SecurityManager. java:994)
  at oracle.odi.core.security.SecurityManager.createAuthentication(SecurityManager. java:396)
  at oracle.odi.ui.docking.panes.OdiCnxFactory$2.run(OdiCnxFactory.java:258)
  at oracle.ide.dialogs.ProgressBar.run(ProgressBar.java:961)
  ...

at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:745)

Cause

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