Last updated on OCTOBER 07, 2009
Applies to:COREid Access - Version: 10.1.4.0.1 to 10.1.4.2
This problem can occur on any platform.
You may observe the following scenario when you make changes to "Allow Access" role in Policy Domain :
- Go to Policy Manager
- Select any Policy Domain
- Click on Authorization Rules tab
- Click on any rule.
- Click on Allow Access
- In Role add "Any One"
- Save it.
After step 7, you continue to see "No one is allowed access". The update for "Any One" role is not reflected on user interface (UI).
If you check the backend LDAP, you will see that instead of updating existing node for that Authorization Rule, new nodes are being created. Oracle Internet Directory ( OID ) logs shows the following:
2009/03/31:08:44:54 * ServerWorker (REG):12
ConnID:48630 * mesgID:6 * OpID:5 * OpName:search
ConnIP:172.30.110.26 ConnDN: cn=orcladmin
gsldValidteEntry * MissingEdn eid=356692,scp=1,nRows=0,basedn=obname=20090329t22474424223,obname=20090329t22471195520,obapp=psc,o=oblix,dc=company,dc=com,fltr=(|(objectclass=oblixpolicycondition)(objectclass=oblixcustomauthzcondition))
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