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j_security_check error after migrating weblogic from 8.1.4 to 10.3.2

 
Niraj Gadgilwar
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Hi ,

I migrate my existing application from Weblogic 8.1.4 to 10.3.2.
After migration, I deploy my ear into Weblogic 10.3.2 console.

But once I login into my application, application is failed to login.
We are using form based authentication.

It was working in 8.1.4. But after migrating it on 10.3.2 its giving error for j_security_check

Is there any change required in weblogic.xml for 10.3.2. OR am i missing some important steps?

Thanks
Niraj
 
T. Huy Nguyen
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Can you post the error?

Does your server have any authentication provider configured?
 
sandeepkK kumar
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I got the same issue with j_security_check after migrating the weblogic server from 9.2.2 to 10.3 version

I'm not able to login into the applicatoin and its giving the following error:

INFO /user-echan@im.com Invalidating session for user: <echan@im.com>

Thanks,
Sandeep
 
anandraj tadkal
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Hi Sandeep,

Are you using any custom login module?

Did you upgrade your application server?

If you have upgraded your WLS you need to upgrade your security provider as well.

Refer the below link.

http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E13179_01/common/docs92/upgrade/upgrade_sp.html
 
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