Attributes "orcljaznpermissionactions" and "orcljaznpermissiontarget" Not Generated by the JAZNMigrationTool

(Doc ID 561252.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 04, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle JDeveloper - Version: and later   [Release: and later ]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Your application uses ADF security policies created by the JDeveloper ADF Security Wizard and page
definition Edit Authorization menu.
The application runs as expected using file based system-jazn-data.xml.

You used the JAZNMigrationTool in order to migrate the XML based policies to LDAP based policies.
An LDIF file was generated by the tool; you uploaded it via the LDAPModify command to the OID.
No errors were generated during this process.

However, when using the Oracle Directory Manager in order to examine the migration result, and
compare the output to that described in "Introduction to ADF Security in JDeveloper"

You are expecting to find the "read, update" privileges in the orcljaznpermissionaction and the
attribute name in the orcljaznpermissiontarget as shown in Fig 15 ADF security entry in OID in the
aforementioned document.

Checking the LDIF file, you see there is no reference to these entries:
changetype: add
objectclass: orcljaznpermission
objectclass: groupofuniquenames
objectclass: top
cn: EF37EAA603C611DDBFAE635A1BB60EE0
orclGuid: EF37EAA603C611DDBFAE635A1BB60EE0


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