000022294 - Error: 'No Relying Party configured or enabled that can be identified by principal' in RSA Federated Identity Manager (FIM)

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Article Number000022294
Applies ToRSA Federated Identity Manager (FIM) 2.5
Microsoft Windows 2000 SP4
IssueError: "No Relying Party configured or enabled that can be identified by principal" in RSA Federated Identity Manager (FIM)
The following error appears in web browser:

Error 500 - Internal Server Error

The server encountered the following unexpected condition: Error in RSA Federated Identity Manager: Error encountered in Relying Party servlet: com.rsa.csf.common.exceptionbase.CsfApplicationException: Error in Relying Party while processing Asserting Party response: ;
nested exception is: com.rsa.csf.techservice.saml.opensaml.SAMLException: SAML Requester error: No Relying Party configured or enabled that can be identified by principal "samlrequestcaller5"
CauseThis error appears when the HTTP Basic Authentication User ID for at least one trusted RP is incorrect. Because RSA Federated Identity Manager (FIM) uses the User ID to determine which RP has responded to an AP request, FIM cannot tell which RP is responding.
ResolutionTo correct this issue, use the Administration Console to correct the HTTP Basic Authentication User ID in the RP entry defined for the target host.
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