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NRF Responds With 500 Error When Registration Using Https Is Attempted (Doc ID 2955775.1)

Last updated on JUNE 21, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Cloud Native Core - 5G - Version 23.1.0 to 23.1.1 [Release 23]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Attempts to register NF using HTTPS with TLS encryption fail; NRF
is responding with 500 error code Internal Server Error with this comment: "a
header value contains prohibited character 0x20 at index 0."

Ingressgateway logs show exception thrown: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException

"Request received at ingress gateway with uri:https://<apiroot>/nnrf-nfm/v1/nf-instances/2456979f-0c43-44a0-8400-4a5dfdbace22 and error occurred: Internal Server
Error","thrown":{"commonElementCount":0,"localizedMessage":"a header value contains prohibited character 0x20 at index 0.","message":"a header value
contains prohibited character 0x20 at index 0.","name":"java.lang.IllegalArgumentException","extendedStackTrace":[<snip_for_brevity>]...


 Recently installed on or upgraded to NRF 23.1.0 or 23.1.1


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