HTTP-404 Error Occurs for SSO Logout with WNA Enabled (Doc ID 375886.1)

Last updated on JULY 01, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Application Server Single Sign-On - Version 9.0.4 to 10.1.2 [Release 10gR1 to 10gR2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 03-MAR-2016***

Symptoms

Directory Provisioning Console (DAS, OIDDAS) logout is failing with HTTP-404 error in WNA-enabled environment, only for non-WNA-domain user using Internet Explorer with the 'Enable Integrated Windows Authentication' checked.

SSO Administration (/pls/orasso) logout does not reproduce the error. If the user logs into DAS then moves in the same browser session to /pls/orasso and clicks Logout, logout of both SSO Admin and DAS is performed successfully.

For users logged into the WNA domain, IE login and logout succeeds.
For non-WNA-domain IE users without 'Enable Integrated Windows Authentication' checked in the browser, who therefore use Basic Authentication to authenticate, there is no error. The problem does not reproduce with Mozilla based browsers.

When the HTTP-404 occurs the SSO HTTP Server debug error_log shows:


[Wed Jun 21 12:49:33 2006] [error] [client <IP>] [ecid: 1150883372:<IP>:3004:1740:2,0]mod_plsql: /pls/orasso/orasso.wwsso_app_admin.ls_logout HTTP-404
orasso.wwsso_app_admin.ls_logout: SIGNATURE (parameter names) MISMATCH
VARIABLES IN FORM NOT IN PROCEDURE:
NON-DEFAULT VARIABLES IN PROCEDURE NOT IN FORM: P_DONE_URL

[Wed Jun 21 12:49:33 2006] [info] [client <IP>] [ecid: 1150883372:<IP>:3004:1740:2,0] mod_plsql:[perf] /pls/orasso/orasso.wwsso_app_admin.ls_logout status=404 user=ORCLADMIN reqTime=290ms connSU=NEW,250ms connRO=NEW,0ms connNSSO=(null),0ms procTime=10ms sessionTidyTime=0ms cache=(null) cookie=CREATE,10ms pageCalls=0,0ms bytes=0 describe=No,0ms streamTime=0ms pid=6cc sessFile=241\\7454 userFile=379\\1641 sysFile=970\\8096 cacheLevel=(null) cacheTime=0ms dbProcTime=0ms spid=(null) qs=(null) requestTrace=(null) cookieLen=0 cookieValue=(null) reqUserTime=290ms assertUser=(null) subid=1 authLevel=0 oraError=6550


 

Cause

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