Description of problem:
Openshfit cluster is deployed on an IBM ROKS cluster ( IBM RedHat Openshift Kubernetes Service) where the authentication is managed externally by using IBM rocks SSO login, so there is no authentication operator available on the openshift cluster.
While installing the CAM operator on this cluster, we faced issues with the metadata info, I reported the bug for this issue #1857211, and we applied the workaround as per comment #4 on bug https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1857211
Currently, we are facing issues while opening the CAM UI, as it tries to reach the OAuth server for authentication but as there is no authentication operator available on the cluster so it's failing, and UI is just showing a blank page without any error message.
They have Grafana deployed on the same cluster, so for Grafana login there is a service account responsible to perform the authentication externally, (refer screenshots for more details), so customer want this to work in a similar way for the CAM tool as well.
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Steps to Reproduce:
Install CAM on an openshift cluster deployed on IBM ROKS cluster and try to open UI, (Not able to reproduce internally, as it needs IBM ROKS cluster)
CAM UI is not opening after accessing the CAM route.
CAM UI should be accessible on the cluster.
IBM ROKS cluster ( IBM RedHat Openshift Kubernetes Service ) will be solutions from IBM to the customers and customers will be migrating to IBM ROKs for many customers in future. hence we request to provide priority in fixing the issues.