000025382 - PassMarkException: null error

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Article Number000025382
Applies ToWeb services application
Stand alone application
RSA Adaptive Authentication 5.7
Adaptive Authentication 2.2
IBM DB2 database
Issue[com.passmarksecurity.ws.impl.AuthServiceImpl] - com.passmarksecurity.PassMarkException: null com.passmarksecurity.PassMarkException: null at com.passmarksecurity.impl.PassMarkUserImpl.commit (PassMarkUserImpl.java:2053) at com.passmarksecurity.ws.impl.CommonServiceImpl.changeUserStatus (CommonServiceImpl.java:165) at com.passmarksecurity.ws.impl.AuthServiceImpl.changeUserStatus (AuthServiceImpl.java:1162) at com.passmarksecurity.ws.impl.AuthServiceImpl.handleSetRequestFlags (AuthServiceImpl.java:1121) at com.passmarksecurity.ws.impl.AuthServiceImpl.enroll (AuthServiceImpl.java:172) at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method)
Result of enroll: 2006-08-09 18:03:57,562 ERROR [http-8080-Processor24] [Testing session] [PM- 8ddf19:-7ff5-c7d51500] [com.passmarksecurity.ws.impl.AuthServiceImpl] - com.passmarksecurity.PassMarkException: null com.passmarksecurity.PassMarkException: null at com.passmarksecurity.impl.PassMarkUserImpl.commit (PassMarkUserImpl.java:2053) at com.passmarksecurity.ws.impl.CommonServiceImpl.changeUserStatus (CommonServiceImpl.java:165) at com.passmarksecurity.ws.impl.AuthServiceImpl.changeUserStatus (AuthServiceImpl.java:1162) at com.passmarksecurity.ws.impl.AuthServiceImpl.handleSetRequestFlags (AuthServiceImpl.java:1121) at com.passmarksecurity.ws.impl.AuthServiceImpl.enroll (AuthServiceImpl.java:172) at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method) at
Resolution1. Apply the script available for download here (contains the SQL file and a Readme file). If you created the database with the schema name PMSECURE, you can omit this step. If you chose a different name edit script and replace the string PMSECURE with your chosen schema name.

2. Log in to DB2 as the database owner using the DB2 command line tool (from the Windows Start menu: Start -> Programs -> IBM DB2 -> Command Line Tools -> Command Editor) and execute the script. Use the script below:

    update PMSECURE.GROUPS set org_id = (select org_id from PMSECURE.ORGS where org_name = 'dummy') where group_name = 'dummy';
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