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Can you Suppress the SsoSuccessLogonURL Browser Window? (Doc ID 2828044.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 14, 2023

Applies to:

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

Goal

Background Information:  Oracle Forms 12.2.1.4 FSAL SSO successful landing page is now configurable with ssoSuccessLogonURL parameter.  Previously, after a successful logon, the application is started in FSAL and the browser is left with the URL that was used to run the application.  Now, you are able to config a final landing page/url upon successful SSO logon. When unset, the previous behavior is used.

You are running FSAL with SSO and using the ssoSuccessLogonURL formsweb.cfg parameter to display a custom webpage on SSO successful login.

Each time you open another FSAL SSO session, it displays a new browser for ssoSuccessLogonURL.

Is there a way to suppress the browsers from appearing?
 

Sample:

You tried multiple ways, but each time you execute FSAL SSO, a new browser window appears.  You want to eliminate this completely.

You tried all these variations:
ssoSuccessLogonURL=                                                                                                                                
ssoSuccessLogonURL=<custom_URL>                                                                                                                      
ssoSuccessLogonURL=false                                                                                                                    
#ssoSuccessLogonURL=

But nothing works to eliminate this browser pop-up.  Commenting out the parameter reverts back to original behavior of having default SSO browser.

The goal is to have the application close it; not you manually.

Solution

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