What does SM_CATEGORYID =1 and SM_EVENTID=15 in the Access Log represent?

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Article ID: 207909

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CA Single Sign-On

Issue/Introduction

In our audit logs, SMACCESSLOG4,  we see events where SM_EVENTID=15. Currently no documentation is available online explaining what this code is. 

Please explain what this code means. In our logs we see SM_CATEGORYID =1 and SM_EVENTID=15

 

Cause

In our SiteMinder Access Logs we see messages with SM_CATEGORYID =1 and SM_EVENTID=15, but we cannot locate any information on what these ID's represent.

Environment

Release : 12.6

Component : SITEMINDER -POLICY SERVER

Resolution

The SM_EVENTID=15 is "AssertionGenerate". A Category of "1" is an Auth event. This indicates that an Assertion was generated on an Authentication call.

Following are the SM_CATEGORYID's;

1=Auth
2=Az
3=Admin
4=Affiliate

Following are the SM_EVENTID's;

 1="AuthAccept"
 2="AuthReject"
 3="AuthAttempt"
 4="AuthChallenge"
 5="AzAccept"
 6="AzReject"
 7="AdminLogin"
 8="AdminLogout"
 9="AdminReject"
10="AuthLogout"
11="ValidateAccept"
12="ValidateReject"
13="Visit"
14="AzUnresolved"
15="AssertionGenerate"
16="VerifyCredsAccept"
17="VerifyCredsReject"
18="VerifyCredsAttempt"
19="VerifyCredsChallenge"