400 Bad Request - For Oracle JET Application On JCS-SX With SSO User Context
Last updated on JUNE 06, 2018
Applies to:Oracle Java Cloud Service - SaaS Extension - Version N/A and later
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400 Bad Request - for Oracle JET application on JCS-SX with SSO user context
Oracle JET web application is developed and hosted on Java Cloud Service – SaaS Extension as HCM cloud extension. The application integrates fine inside a new customized HCM page, but after security-constraint and login-config entries to the web.xml is added to Oracle JET application (as suggested in https://cloud.oracle.com/developer/solutions?tab=tasks&solutionguid=OCPSI-GUID-119CCF5D-1C48-4B2E-996A-BEF1C0319D6C ), the Oracle JET app does not display in HCM page iframe, instead following response payload is seen:
400 Bad Request
The request could not be understood by server due to malformed syntax.
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