Oracle Access Manager (OAM) Providing An Invalid Password While Using The OAuth Calls Will Not Increase The Oblogintrycount Value
(Doc ID 2757889.1)
Last updated on MARCH 09, 2021
Applies to:Oracle Access Manager - Version 184.108.40.206.180417 and later
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Why does the oblogintrycount not increase with the OAuth Calls?
- Oracle Access Manager (OAM) 12c
- Providing An Invalid Password While Using The OAuth Calls Will Not Increase The Oblogintrycount Value
- While testing the OAuth Calls in postman to retrieve access tokens and when giving a wrong password, the oblogintrycount value doesn't increase when invalid password was provided using the OAuth which in turn doesn't lock the account.
- Although the oblogintrycount and oblockedon are working as expected on Agent based authentication using OAM webgates configured on the same environment as where we have OAuth Configured.
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