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  1. #1
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    Hi,

    I have recently installed apps 11.5.5 on IBM AIX 4.3.3 and correctly followed all the steps. When I try to login through ICXINDEX.htm, after giving the sysadmin/sysadmin, I am getting the message 'Your session has expired. Please try again' and it loops there.

    However, I am able to work with URL http://:8000/dev60cgi/f60cgi.

    I have gone through most of the metalink staff and followed all the steps, but unable to solve the problem.

    I had done the installation on HP 9000 recently and did not get such problem.

    Can somebody please help.

    Kailash

  2. #2
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    Hi,

    Does your problem happen only on Internet Explorer? Or even Netscape?

    Eddy Ng

  3. #3
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    I had this problem, you might want to check the following table to see what the settings look like.

    SQL> select session_cookie_domain from icx_parameters;

    I had a missing ' . ' before my domain name, after adding the dot, my personal homepage issue was resolved.


    Hope that helps

    blurry

  4. #4
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    Hi,

    There are two columns you should aware, SESSION_COOKIE_DOMAIN & SESSION_COOKIE_NAME of table ICX_PARAMETERS. The values of these two columns should be like the follow:

    SESSION_COOKIE_DOMAIN = '.domainname.com'
    SESSION_COOKIE_NAME = 'ses'

    Please be aware of the leading dot '.' in SESSION_COOKIE_DOMAIN and replace the 'domainname.com' with your own domain name.

    Eddy Ng

  5. #5
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    session_cookie_domain

    Hi,

    By default both session_cookie_domain & session_cookie_name were null. I had set the earlier with or without initial dot. Neither worked. Setting of session_cookie_name to ses did not work either.

    However, as per some reference on metalink, I set the session_cookie_domain to NODOMAIN and it works fine now.

    I however, do not understand the difference in the two. Does it depend on the way DNS/DCHP or LAN are configured?

    Kailash Pareek

  6. #6
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    Hi,

    Please notice that the value of SESSION_COOKIE_DOMAIN has to be the domain name the same as the one of Application server if it is not NULL.

    And also if the SESSION_COOKIE_NAME is not set to 'ses', it will not work if you are using Internet Explorer as client instead of Netscape.

    Eddy Ng

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