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OUD12c - Rest APIS (SCIM, etc.) - Modification of "orclAccountStatusEvent: 2" Results in the Creation of Two "pwdFailureTime" Attributes (Doc ID 2846793.1)

Last updated on MARCH 22, 2022

Applies to:

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


On OUD version, using REST APIS (SCIM, etc.) - REST

Modification of "orclAccountStatusEvent: 2" Results in the Creation of Two "pwdFailureTime" Attributes

When called OUD REST API with the use of "orclAccountStatusEvent=2" it used to create pwdFailureTime only once.

Now notice that it is creating more than 3 times.  POSTMAN was run once for lock user id and the pwdFailureTime attribute is getting created 2 times.
REST API URL: https:/<host>,<Domain>:<Port>/rest/v1/directory/<Common_name>, <OU>,<Domain_Name>,<Domain_container>
  "msgType": "urn:ietf:params:rest:schemas:oracle:oud:1.0:ModifyRequest",
  "opType": "replace",
  "attribute": "orclAccountStatusEvent",
  "values": ["2"]
OUD AUDIT LOG shows adding 2 pwdFailureTime:
# 11/Aug/2021:13:13:56 -0500; conn=-1; op=<Operation>
dn: <UID>, <OU>,<Domain_Name>,<Domain_container>
changetype: modify
replace: orclAccountStatusEvent
orclAccountStatusEvent: 2
add: pwdFailureTime
pwdFailureTime: 20210811181356.671Z
replace: modifiersName
modifiersName: <UID>,<org_unit>,<Domain_Container>,<Domain
replace: modifyTimestamp
modifyTimestamp: 20210811181356Z
add: pwdFailureTime
pwdFailureTime: 20210811181356.635Z
delete: ds-sync-hist
ds-sync-hist: obpasswordcreationdate:0000017b117fbda279ca0019e4ac:repl:2021-08-04T14:09:49Z
add: ds-sync-hist
ds-sync-hist: modifiersname:0000017b366bc13f28a00020bf95:repl:<UID>,<org_unit>,<Domain_Container>,<Domain


Setting orclAccountStatusEvent to 2 should result in only 1 pwdFailureTime attribute.


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