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OUD Proxy Is Not Properly Handling The "user Locked" Message Received From LDAP Backend (Doc ID 2765451.1)

Last updated on MAY 27, 2021

Applies to:

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


The incorrect Error code is displayed on Oracle Access Manager (OAM) login page when connecting to OUD Proxy as a backend server.

The OUD PROXY ForkJoin workflow is not displaying the additional information which is provided from the Microsoft AD Server regarding the authentication failure.
The client application displays the wrong messages to users regarding the authentication failure reason.

The below is the output from command line when using AD:


OUD-Proxy is configured with 2 AD backend server using Fork-Join.
OAM uses OUD-Proxy as backend idstore and getting incorrect error when user is locked/disabled.

OUD-Proxy ForkJoin does not return additional information of error even after 'return-bind-error-messages' is set to 'True' as per Doc ID 2109044.1


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