APP-FND-01542 : This Application Server is not authorized to access this system

11 June 2007 at 8:40 am 2 comments

If we are getting the following message “APP-FND-01542 : This Application Server is not authorized to access this system. Please contact your System Administrator. ” Then please set the variable value in $APPL_TOP/admin/SID_hostname.xml context file
variable: s_appserverid_authentication to be OFF. And then, for any change in context file you need to run autoconfig and bounce the apps instance to see the changes to instance.

$ cd $COMMON_TOP/admin/scripts/$CONTEXT_NAME
$ sh adautocfg.sh

Now, you can test the application login.


There are three modes of authentication you can configure your applications by setting the parameter s_appserverid_authentication to

ON : Partial
SECURE : activates full server security (SECURE mode)
OFF : deactivates server security

By default in 11.5.10, this is set to SECURE. In previous 11i versions, this was
set to OFF.

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