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User persistence to Embedded LDAP

Saravanan Visu

Joined: Jun 06, 2011
Posts: 3

We use Oracle Weblogic Server 10.0

We went to Security Realms -> myrealm -> Users and Groups.

Added new user and associated to existing AppTesters group.

We are able to see the user and do InitialContext lookup by passing username and password credentials.

But, once we bounce the server, we get CORBA.NO_PERMISSION exception and when we verified the file, the user is not there at all in the file, but we are able to see the user under Security Realms, but unable to lookup using that user / password credentials.

We see this issue only in our UAT environment and in our SIT environment the user survives server bounce.

Any thoughts ?



1) We tried deleting the ldap files and bouncing the servers and it did not work.
2) backup folder which contains and data files inside that contains the user that we created. But the user is not found in the original file.
Matt Cartwright
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Joined: Aug 25, 2008
Posts: 149

what is your Authentication Provider config?

e.g. in Admin Console, go Security Realms->myrealm->Providers

you should have only two listed there under the first tab (Authentication):




Is that the case? Or anything different there?

You say it happens only in SIT, any difference in file systems or directory structure compared to UAT?

It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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