In Part 1,
we looked at the initialization of libOVD at server startup. Now let’s
examine what happens inside libOVD when you actually click on the login
button in BPM Workspace. Again, we are looking at BPM 11g PS5 BP7 with
The Workspace login is a two step process. The
first step is checking the username and password against the LDAP. This
step is performed in WLS security layer rather than the JPS layer. This
means even if you turn on tracing in libOVD, you won’t see any trace log
message related to this step.
The second step starts after the
user credentials are successfully verified. In this step, the Workspace
first constructs a Workflow context object, which triggers a user lookup
query against the LDAP, and then it makes a request to the BPM server
which invokes the follow method:
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