OIM Authenticator BEA-000000 User weblogic_idm soft locked

Error

wls_oim1-diagnostic.log:[2013-03-03T04:12:56.797-05:00] [wls_oim1] [ERROR] [] [OIM Authenticator] [tid: [ACTIVE].ExecuteThread: ‘0’ for queue: ‘weblogic.kernel.Default (self-tuning)’] [userId: <WLS Kernel>] [ecid: fddaae9383dd3e8a:-7b52c8:13d2f82c43b:-8000-00000000000013da,0] [APP: oim#11.1.1.3.0] User weblogic_idm soft locked

<Error> <OIM Authenticator> <BEA-000000> <User weblogic_idm soft locked>

Solution:

  1.  Shutdown all managed and admin services except DB.
  2. Login to database with user FADB_OIM and query for lock,

SQL> select usr_last_name, usr_status, usr_locked, usr_locked_on, usr_login_attempts_ctr from usr where usr_last_name=’weblogic_idm’;

USR_LAST_NAME USR_STATUS U USR_LOCKE USR_LOGIN_ATTEMPTS_CTR
——————– ———- – ——— ———————-
weblogic_idm Active 1 02-MAR-13 10

3.  If the values are showing usr_locked, usr_locked_on, need to update them with null values:

update usr set USR_LOCKED=0 where USR_LAST_NAME=’weblogic_idm’;
update usr set USR_LOGIN_ATTEMPTS_CTR=0 where USR_LAST_NAME=’weblogic_idm’;
update usr set USR_LOCKED_ON=null where USR_LAST_NAME=’weblogic_idm’;

4.  Then restart admin and managed users, now you could able to login to OIM with weblogic_idm user.

 

Nagulu Polagani

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