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I am unable to login into Unit Commander using default account.
The README.txt file accompanying the Dynamic PSP distribution archive describes one important patch to Oracle OWA
package for the bug, which prevents authorization to take place. Please see Section 4 in the README.txt
file for detailed instructions on how to fix this bug.
In a few words, the bug is in mod_plsql, which does not always pass GCI environment variable names in uppercase,
as expected by the OWA package. The fix is to explicitly apply UPPER() function to all CGI environment variable names as they
are initialized by the OWA package.
Additionally, the latest mod_plsql patch (Version 126.96.36.199.5) seems to have another bug, which cannot be easily fixed: this,
and only this version does not pass the authentication information correctly to the PL/SQL programs it calls. All previous 188.8.131.52.x
versions did not expose this behavior, as well as mod_plsql 9.0.x series shipped with Oracle9iAS Release 2.
The only known way around this bug is to use mod_plsql v184.108.40.206.4 or 9.0.x until (if ever) Oracle fixes this obvious bug in 220.127.116.11.5.