1. Can you please send the entire stack trace?
2. Is your java program running on the iSeries or on another platform?
3. What statement in your program are you getting the exception on?
4. Can you please share the portion of your program where you're getting
5. Can you please include the output from your sun.security.krb5.debug log?
I'm just trying to understand the context for this exception. It sounds to
me offhand like the EIM is not able to find its EIM domain controller or
that domain controller has not been properly set up but that's just a guess
until I can find out more about what's going on.
From: java400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:java400-l-
bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of java5293@xxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Wednesday, October 07, 2009 7:45 AM
Subject: RE: Java EIM Lookup
Thanks for your help. This is the approach I have been trying to take to
authenticating to the EIM for the lookup. I am currently getting what
appears to be an authentication error:
com.ibm.eim.jndi.DomainJNDI:connect: failed to connect to initial
context. Root exception class=class
javax.naming.AuthenticationException.Root exception text=GSSAPI.
The step I have taken:
-Use the windows lsa to get a tgt
-Request a service ticket from the kdc (active directory) for the service
that was setup when following the EIM redbook installation instructions.
-Pass this ticket to the eim for authentication
All java documentation I have seen from IBM have a hard coded admin dn and
password for lookups but the documentation states this can be performced
from any authenticated user.
Again, thanks for your help.
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