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Unable To Create Advanced Queueing Entries in Oracle Internet Directory (Doc ID 763520.1)

Last updated on MARCH 05, 2019

Applies to:

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


Advanced Queueing (AQ) entries are not created in Oracle Internet Directory (OID) automatically after registering the database successfully with OID.

OID within an Identity Management (IDM) install is being used in conjunction with the database.

The database has been successfully registered with OID, and the wallet is able to successfully do a 'U 1' bind to OID.

All attempts to register AQ objects fail when the fixes for unpublished Bug 6494386 or unpublished Bug 4764518 is applied to the middle tier.

Debug information generated using the following event:

alter system set events '28033 trace name context forever, level 9';

when creating a queue_table shows the following

kzld_discover received ldaptype: OID
kzld found pwd in wallet
KZLD_ERR: Failed to bind to LDAP server. Err=81
KZLD is doing LDAP unbind
KZLD_ERR: found err from kzldini.
failed to establish LDAP connection

According to <Note 219750.1> this error means:

Cause: Can't contact LDAP server. This message is returned from the SDK.

When <Patch 4764518> or <Patch 6494386> is removed from the middle-tier registration of the AQ object is successful.

The AQ and database element can be completed removed from the equation and the core problem reproduced as per <Bug 5709427> using ldapbind as follows

ldapbind -h <host> -p <port> -U 1 -D "cn=****,cn=OracleContext,dc=us,dc=****,dc=com" -w <password> -O auth -Y DIGEST-MD5
Segmentation Fault

ldapbind -h <host> -p <port> -U 1 -D "cn=******,cn=OracleContext,dc=us,dc=*****,dc=com" -w <password>
bind successful


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