The below error can happen when you run any kind of a process that uses JDBC:
ORA-28267: Invalid Namespace Value In SOA Suite 184.108.40.206
This is a bug!
The cause of the problem is when using Oracle JDBC Driver file (ojdbc6dms.jar) and calling a DB object (procedure, function etc…) that issues SQL over a DB link from 11g to 10g DB.
There is no patch for that at the moment.
I found a workaround, that was approved by oracle:
Under the below folders, replace the ojdbc6dms.jar file with ojdbc6.jar file:
You can find the ojdbc6.jar driver in the below link:
It is also suppose to be under $MID_HOME/wlserver_10.3/server/lib. You can just copy it from there.
There is one exception: No JDBC metrics will be produced. If you need it, you will have to open SR.
Posted in Adapters, DB Adapter, WebLogic | Tagged db connection, jdbc, Oracle SOA Suite, weblogic | Leave a Comment »
Many people are asking if creating a BPEL process template is possible on 11g.
The answer is NO. Sorry…
It is very annoying as it was possible on 10g.
I guess the reason is because of the way we creates a BPEL process within the composite application.
There is an option to create a project & application template, but not a component one.
The good news is that it will be possible on 12c version.
You can get help with renaming a BPEL process as a workaround in the below oracle post:
Posted in Bpel, JDeveloper | Tagged 10g, 11g, 12g, bpel template, JDeveloper, Oracle SOA Suite | Leave a Comment »
In this post I will explain what is the correct and standard way to deploy an ADF application (project) from JDeveloper.
Usually, when we want to deploy, let’s say – a SOA or a BPM project, we have to right click on the project, and deploy it to the required managed server. It can work the same way for an ADF project, but it is not the recommended way.
So, the next steps will guide through the right procedure:
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Posted in ADF, JDeveloper | Tagged adf, JDeveloper, Oracle BPM Suite, Oracle SOA Suite | Leave a Comment »
While trying to run a deployed composite you are getting the below error:
java.lang.Exception: oracle.sysman.emSDK.webservices.wsdlapi.SoapTestException: oracle.fabric.common.PolicyEnforcementException: PolicySet Invalid: WSM-02557 oracle.wsm.policymanager.accessor.BeanAccessor The documents required to configure the Oracle Web Services Manager runtime have not been retrieved from the Policy Manager application (wsm-pm), possibly because the application is not running or has not been deployed in the environment. The query “&(policysets:global/%)(@appliesTo~=”WS-Client()”)” is queued for later retrieval. at oracle.sysman.emas.model.wsmgt.WSTestModel.invokeOperation(WSTestModel.java:813) at oracle.sysman.emas.view.wsmgt.WSView.invokeOperation(WSView.java:385) at oracle.sysman.emas.view.wsmgt.WSView.invokeOperation(WSView.java:302)
This error is a bit tricky because you might consider it as a bug.
There are 2 possible reasons for this error:
- Mismatch or missing listen address in the Admin/Managed server.
- The local host(pc) name is different than the host name you’ve defined while installing SOA Suite (or other Middleware components).
You can see example for that while trying to test you process
Both reasons causes the server to NOT listen the correct address.
The solution, is to update the host name listen address under the installed Admin/Managed servers:
Go to WL console -> Environment -> Servers -> Under the configuration tab click the Admin server -> fill the Listen Address.
Repeat it for all other managed servers, and restart the servers.
Note: If there is a mismatch between your host and PC name, you might consider to fill out the local host IP address and not the DNS.
Posted in Bpel, Development, Enterprise Manager, WebLogic | Tagged bpel, Oracle SOA Suite, weblogic, WSM-02557 | Leave a Comment »
One of the great advantage in BPM Suite 220.127.116.11 is the BPM Composer and its ability to build Web Forms.
(More of BPM Composer’s advantages will be discuss later on).
In this post I just want to point on something very simple, but still important.
After deploying and running your process, with the new Web Form, you will notice very fast that the form doesn’t open.
The solution for that is very simple:
Go to WebLogic Console -> Servers -> click your managed server -> Check the “SSL Listen Port Enabled” & verify that the “Listen Address” contains the host name.
Restart the server.
Posted in BPM | Tagged 18.104.22.168, BPM Composer, Oracle BPM Suite, Oracle SOA Suite, web forms | Leave a Comment »
So, I’m back again after a long time I haven’t posted anything new. Sorry for that…
First, I’m glad to announce my new position as BPM & SOA Director at SangIT.
I’m inviting you to visit our site, and I will be more than happy to view your comments.
The Oracle Technology Day conference took part yesterday (Monday, July 1st 2013) in Israel (Airport City). It began with a welcome greeting by Moshe Horev (VP & Oracle Israel MD), followed by some distinguish guests:
- Innovation in Practice – Andrew Sutherland, SVP Technology, Oracle EMEA
- Oracle Embedded Technology, From Device to Data Center – Chris Baker, SVP, worldwide ISV&OEM Sales
- “Shaping the Future”, Sinai Bareket, Managing Director Intel Israel Sales and Marketing
Later on, different courses were held:
- Business Analytics
- Big Data
- Fusion Middleware
- Hands On(Demo Ground)
We were happy for the opportunity to participate in the demo ground were all the participants could experience the technological fields.
SangIT’s Demo Ground, based on Oracle BPM 11g. We’ve demonstrated the various components of Oracle BPM Suite 11g, and mainly focused on one of the feature from 22.214.171.124 version: BPM Composer, and its’ ability to develop and shape a Web Form with no need of a developer tool (I will elaborate on it in the following posts).
On the right: Humi Kazaz(CEO at SangIT)
On the right: Avi Hamoy(CTO at SangIT)
To summarize, the conference was great, and we were happy to took part in it.
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Follow the next steps in order to download and install the JRockit JDK:
1. Download JRockit:
2. Change the file permission, so you can run the file:
$ chmod u+x jrockit-jdk1.6.0_37-R28.2.5-4.1.0-linux-x64.bin
3. Run the file:
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Posted in Application Server, Installation, RCU, SOA Suite | Tagged JDK, JRockit, Linux 64bit, oracle, Oracle Linux | Leave a Comment »