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Unable to Create Agile SDK Session After Redirecting Load Balancer Non-SSO URL to SSO URL (Doc ID 2829656.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 24, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Agile PLM Framework - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Actual Behavior

Unable to create Agile SDK session using load balancer URL after redirecting non-SSO URL: /Agile/default/login-cms.jsp to SSO URL: /Agile/PLMServlet

Expected Behavior

- Able to create Agile SDK session using load balancer URL. SDK session needs to be load balanced
- Web Client users accessing to non-SSO URL: /Agile/default/login-cms.jsp will be redirected to SSO URL: /Agile/PLMServlet

https://{server_name}.{domain_com}/Agile/default/login-cms.jsp is an URL used to allow Web Client users to login without bypassing SSO (non-SSO URL).
To be SSO authenticated, users must access to Web Client using SSO URL: https://{server_name}.{domain_com}/Agile/PLMServlet


- Hardware load balancer (i.e. F5) is being used as load balancer
- URLs accessed by Web Client and SDK are pointing to load balancer URL


The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

  1. Implement SSO to Agile
  2. Configure hardware load balancer to redirect non-SSO URL:
  3. Fails to create SDK session


Below changes are made:
- Configured Single Sign On (SSO) to Agile Application Server
- Configured hardware load balancer to redirect non-SSO URL to SSO URL


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