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No LoginModules configured

 
Maher Elaissi
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I'm implementing authentication web application using Oracle Application Server Single Sign on using JAAS. when i run the application for authentication in Eclipse using Tomcat 5.5 it works perfectly and the authentication succeed but when i deploy it as war file in OracleAS 10g and i try to run the application and authenticate i got this exception



is anyone could help me ?
 
Maher Elaissi
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hey is anybody here, i'm still blocked i need to know what's wrong i thought maybe because of this line




this is my config file



thank you in advance for your help
 
Maher Elaissi
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nobody wanna help a little tunisian boy to continue his work i'm stuck since a week, is someone lives here, hello. please, somebody help me.
 
Maher Elaissi
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hi,
i kindly ask if someone can help about this exception, it's been a month stuck on this and it's an emergency now.
please reply
thank you in advance
 
Maher Elaissi
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thank's anyway to get the opportunity to post my problem and thanks to give me the opportunity to help people who have the same problem because i fixed the problem.
the problem was about this exception “javax.security.auth.login.LoginException: No LoginModules configured” so the problem is the configuration of the LoginModule which is in the Configuration file.

the login configuration file"jaas.config" used for the JAAS Authentication in our application contains just one entry, which is:



But OC4J will not recognize jaas.conf hence we need to configure jazn-data.xml file for custom provider like below:



I hope it will be helpfull for a few IT Engineer.
 
Issam Neffati
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It was helpful for me , thank you !
 
Mahinder Suraj
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Thank you very much, helped me a lot.
You saved the day for me. Had no idea where was the problem, now everything works perfectly.
 
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