I have a web application that uses Form based authentication. The authentic users are in the Active directory. The roles and groups are configured in web and weblogic xmls. I have configured the LDAP provider in weblogic and can see the users of Active Directory. Now, how to map the user/principal of active directory to a role in my web application. I am using a weblogic tutorial http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E24329_01/web.1211/e24485/thin_client.htm#i1057576 and have done as indicated. But there is some link missing.
<!-- Homepage access -->
<!-- Actions -->
<!-- Pages -->
<!-- HTTP Methods -->
<realm-name>ES Manager Application</realm-name>
<!-- <realm-name>myrealm</realm-name> -->
How do I tell weblogic that the user raj.so who also belongs to the group STPAdminGroup is authorised to access the home page? I get a 403:forbidden when i use the login credentials of raj.so and password.
Is there anything I have to do other than configuring 'ES Manager Application' security realm?
Your help will be very useful.
I just rewrote the web.xml with a non-existing security realm and that did not produce a different error messages.
At the moment, the only error message is from j_security_check and tells 403 forbidden. This is not sufficient and am blindfolded.
May I know how you debug login problems.
hello weblogic users,
I have made a discovery, but yet to see the light. Can someone who has made login for thier apps help.
I replaced a newly created security realm with the default realm - myrealm. I deleted the active directory ldap with the weblogic embedded ldap. The weblogic.xml now is
That means the application in war should let the weblogic admin console user - system.
This works :-)
So, I created a user myadmin in the embedded ldap server and tried to login. That is no permitted. Does this give a clue? Or Do you understand why, what is happening?