Perl CLI cannot return the realm's authentication scheme
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Perl CLI cannot return the realm's authentication scheme


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CA Single Sign On Secure Proxy Server (SiteMinder) CA Single Sign On SOA Security Manager (SiteMinder) CA Single Sign-On


We are using Perl CLI scripting to give some scoped administrators the ability to view objects in their assigned Domain, like Realms, Rules, and its settings. For this, we have administrators created with View permissions only for their specific Domain, and through the script we retrieve these details, and when we try to print the authentication scheme defined, we are getting the following error: "Can't call method "Name" on an undefined value".

If I try with the default superuser, or an administrator with full rights, then it works fine. Also, if we log in to AdminUI with the scoped administrator, we can see all its assigned objects, including the authentication scheme details.

How can we do this? Why we are getting the error?


Policy Server R12.51 & R12.52 SP1


Perl CLI fails to fetch the authentication scheme of a realm when the session is established with an Administrator with privileges only for the domain to which the realm belongs. This is fixed in R12.51 CR10, and R12.52 SP1 CR08.


Additional Information

R12.52 SP1 CR08 : Defects fixed : Policy Server release notes