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EBS Display page not displaying after SSO integration

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Hi,

I am running Oracle 12.1.3 on a RH4 image. I was able to successfully install/patch 12.1.3 and also install and patch Oracle Application Server (most recent patch is Oracle Application Server and Oracle Developer Suite 10g Release 2 (10.1.2) Patch Set 2 (10.1.2.2.0)).

All pages are accessable including the key ones listed below.
http://oracletam.demo.com:8000/OA_HTML/AppsLogin
http://oracletam.demo.com:7777/oiddas

I ran the following script:
$FND_TOP/bin/txkrun.pl -script=SetSSOReg

Now, when attempting to access oracle EBS via
http://oracletam.demo.com:8000/OA_HTML/AppsLogin
I am correctly confronted with the SSO sign on page. I put in sysadmin/*** and am told that it isn't a user (I thought users would be synced across databases). I create a user sysadmin in OID and attempt the login again. The login is successful (as I am redirected away from the SSO page back to .../OA_HTML/AppsLogin) however the page is blank (no splash, error message or display).

If I change my URL to
http://oracletam.demo.com:7777/oiddas
Click log in (I am logged in automatically correctly via SSO), and then log out. I am told that I have successfully logged out of both oracle EBS and OID - as I would expect.

I have bounced all EBS services but it doesn't seem to solve the problem. The current issue is that I cannot see the Oracle EBS welcome page after logging in via SSO. Where can I look to try and solve this issue, has anyone had this before?

Thanks in advance for any help,
Jacob.

EDIT: Attempting to access
http://oracletam.demo.com:8000/AppsLocalLogin.jsp
Does not bring up the SSO page (is instead blank - like the problem page). If I log into the SSO via OID and then navigate manually to
http://oracletam.demo.com:8000/AppsLocalLogin.jsp
I see the error: Unable to generate forwarding URL. Exception: java.lang.RuntimeException: Guest user/pwd does not exist or match: GUEST/ORACLE

Edited by: Jacob S on Oct 10, 2011 10:13 PM

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