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Authentication login-modules flag sufficient does not work with two modules but works individually

 
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If I test them individually work well but when I put it together the neither Database module nor Ldap module can authenticate properly.

I'm using wildfly 10 as a server.

What am I missing?

standalone.xml




web.xml



And a form that calls to j_security_check as default with j_username and j_password.

 
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I also tried to add <module-option name="password-stacking" value="useFirstPass"/> in each module, but with same result.
 
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