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Thread: How to authenticate user using oracle JAZN.xml

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    Default How to authenticate user using oracle JAZN.xml

    Hi,

    I want to authenticate user using oc4j jazn functionality in java.
    could you please help me or provide me some good link where i can find good tutorial or example

    Thanks


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    Default Re: How to authenticate user using oracle JAZN.xml

    Have you tried this?

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