Sunday, November 5, 2017

ORABPEL-05250 Error - JDeveloper Part2

ORABPEL-05250 Error - JDeveloper Part2

I was facing a strange issue while deploying the composite to the server but The composite was successfully build in JDeveloper but during deployment to the server received the following exception.

[02:02:37 PM] Sending archive - sca_SuppressSelectionFailure_rev1.0.jar
[02:02:49 PM] Received HTTP response from the server, response code=500
[02:02:49 PM] Error deploying archive sca_SuppressSelectionFailure_rev1.0.jar to partition "default" on server AdminServer [http://inkaban3ua-eai05:8000]
[02:02:49 PM] HTTP error code returned [500]
[02:02:49 PM] Error message from server:
There was an error deploying the composite on AdminServer: Error occurred during deployment of component: SuppressSelectionFailure to service engine: implementation.bpel, for composite: SuppressSelectionFailure: ORABPEL-05250

Error deploying BPEL suitcase.
error while attempting to deploy the BPEL component file "/fmw/config/admin/domains/SOACoreDomain/servers/AdminServer/dc/soa_1b6f358e-8947-4572-a573-e036770c0591"; the exception reported is: java.lang.Exception: BPEL 1.1 compilation failed

This error contained an exception thrown by the underlying deployment module.
Verify the exception trace in the log (with logging level set to debug mode).
.

[02:02:49 PM] Check server log for more details.
[02:02:49 PM] Error deploying archive sca_SuppressSelectionFailure_rev1.0.jar to partition "default" on server AdminServer [http://localhost:8000]
[02:02:49 PM] ####  Deployment incomplete.  ####
[02:02:49 PM] Error deploying archive file:/C:/JDeveloper/mywork/Application1/SuppressSelectionFailure/deploy/sca_SuppressSelectionFailure_rev1.0.jar
 (oracle.tip.tools.ide.fabric.deploy.common.SOARemoteDeployer)


Saturday, May 16, 2015

Suppressing the Selection Failure exception in Assign activity – Oracle SOA Suite

Suppressing the Selection Failure exception in Assign activity – Oracle SOA Suite

This post will explain how to suppress the Selection Failure exception BPEL Assign activity – Oracle SOA Suite
In BPEL Assign activity if the xpath returns empty result then SelectionFailure RuntimeFault will be thrown by the engine.

But some cases we may need to suppress the selectionFailure error while assigning the optional elements.

In my case I have a assign activity that will mapthe elements  input and input1 from inputVariable to result and result1 of outputVariable.


The input2 is optional and somecases input2 element  will not be available in the request payload.

<soapenv:Envelope xmlns:soapenv="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/" xmlns:sup="http://xmlns.oracle.com/Application1/SuppressSelectionFailure/SuppressSelectionFailure">
   <soapenv:Header/>
   <soapenv:Body>
      <sup:process>
         <sup:input>?</sup:input>
      </sup:process>
   </soapenv:Body>
</soapenv:Envelope>



Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Building a executable JAR file with external libraries through JDeveloper

Building a executable JAR file with external libraries through JDeveloper

This post explain the different approaches to build the executable JAR file with external libraries through JDeveloper.

Referring the external libraries from JAR:

Right Click project and select properties
Click on Deployment and create new JAR deployment profile.
Select "Include Manifest File" option.
Select the main class.



Create a manifest file(any location) and add the required jar files to the Class-Path header

Class-Path.mf

Class-Path: json.jar log4j.jar

 End the Class-Path.mf file by a carriage return.


Add the Class-Path.mf file to Additional Manifest Files to Merge into Manifest.mf




Thursday, May 22, 2014

The selected WSDL contain a direct binding but seems to be of the wrong type - Oracle SOA Suite

The selected WSDL contain a direct binding but seems to be of the wrong type - Oracle SOA Suite

You will be receiving the message "The selected WSDL contain a direct binding but seems to be of the wrong type. Looking for Oracle Service Bus type.Please check your WSDL selection" while trying to create the direct binding to invoke the OSB service.


This message says the OSB proxy service is not configured with SB transport.
Configure the OSB Proxy service with the SB transport to invoke the same from SOA composite through Direct Binding.

When looking up the OSB service from JDeveloper SOA Resource Browser, the Proxy will be shown as direct for SB transport services.



Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Configuring the Oracle Enterprise Repository plugins for Jdeveloper

Configuring the Oracle Enterprise Repository plugins for Jdeveloper

This post explain the steps to configure the Oracle Enterprise Repository Plugins in JDeveloper(JDeveloper version used is 11.1.1.5.0)

In JDeveloper click on Help-->Check For Updates

Select the Oracle Enterprise Repository plugins  as shown below.
The Oracle Enterprise Repository Adapter plugin will help us to access the assets and artifacts available in the Oracle Enterprise Repository .
The Oracle Enterprise Repository Harvester will help us to  harvest a Oracle SOA Suite project to the Oracle Enterprise Repository.


Click on Next and click on Finish


Restart the JDeveloper while prompted
After successful installation of the plugins you can able to to see the "Oracle Enterprise Repository Connection" as new connection type  and also right clicking the SOA project we can see "Submit Project To Enterprise Repository" and right clicking the files(XSD, WSDL) we can see "Submit File To Enterprise Repository"


Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Unable to get schema information for source - JDeveloper

Unable to get schema information for source - JDeveloper

I was getting the error "Unable to get schema information for source" while generating the XSL mapper file in the BPEL Transform activity through JDeveloper. The same error was coming while editing the existing mapper file in a transform activity with the same source variable.


But the component is getting deployed successfully and also the flows are working fine without any issue.

After the analysis i found that there is two schema's imported with the same name space into the wsdl and one of the them is used to create the message type for the source variable in the transformation.


Approaches to fix the issue

  •  Make sure the schema's are imported with different name space or create a consolidated schema and import the same 
  • Include the schema's that has the same names instead of importing them into the wsdl.



Wednesday, April 9, 2014

BINDING.JCA-11822 JPublisher error occurred in JDeveloper

BINDING.JCA-11822 JPublisher error occurred in JDeveloper

Sometimes you may receive the following exception in DBAdapter wizard while regenerating the adapter configuration for the option "Call a Stored Procedure or Function through JDeveloper in Oracle SOA Suite 11g".

BINDING.JCA-11822
JPublisher error occurred.
An error occurred while running JPublisher.
An error occurred when JPublisher was invoked: ERROR: missing method.
Analyze the error and correct if possible. Contact oracle support if error is not fixable.

at oracle.tip.adapter.db.sp.xsd.oracle.JPublisher.findWrapperProcedureName(JPublisher.java:222)
at oracle.tip.tools.ide.adapters.designtime.adapter.db.sp.ProcedureObject.setWrapperInfo(ProcedureObject.java:256)
at oracle.tip.tools.ide.adapters.designtime.adapter.db.sp.oracle.DBAdapterStoredProcPage.loadProcedureBrowseDialog(DBAdapterStoredProcPage.java:213)
at oracle.tip.tools.ide.adapters.designtime.adapter.db.sp.AbstractStoredProcPage.browseProcButton_actionPerformed(AbstractStoredProcPage.java:369)
at oracle.tip.tools.ide.adapters.designtime.adapter.db.sp.AbstractStoredProcPage$1.actionPerformed(AbstractStoredProcPage.java:197)


The exception will be thrown while browsing the procedure in the wizard and the procedure has one of the following RECORD, TABLE, or BOOLEAN as input/output type.



Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Dynamic where condition in DB Adapter - Query By Example

Dynamic where condition in DB Adapter - Query By Example

Sometime we may have the scenario to query the data in a table with dynamic where condition through DB Adapter in Oracle SOA Suite 11g.
The Query by Example option in the DB Adapter provides the option to construct the where condition dynamically based on the input data provided.Query-by-example uses the AND operator to tie the input attributes together to form the where condition.



For example when we are defining the Query By Example option for the Employee table the adapter will consider the Employee object as input and returns the Employee Object list.



Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Recovering the composites to JDeveloper from MDS - Oracle SOA Suite

Recovering the composites to JDeveloper from MDS - Oracle SOA Suite

Sometimes there is a possibility the latest code changes of the deployed composite in JDeveloper might have lost in other hand some cases we will not be having the implementation code for the deployed composites.

These scenarios the Oracle SOA Suite composite artifacts can be exported from MDS through em console and the same can be converted to design time artifact in JDeveloper.

This post will explain the steps to recover the composite to JDeveloper from MDS.

Steps to recover the composite from MDS

Login to Em console, right click on the particular composite and click on Export


Select the appropriate options as shown and click on Export


Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Not able to save the projects into the JWS file(Application) in JDeveloper

Not able to save the projects into the JWS file(Application) in JDeveloper

I was facing a issue while saving the project to the application JWS file and getting "Unable to save GettingPayload.jws".

Receiving the following exception in the JDeveloper console.

java.io.IOException
at oracle.ide.marshal.xml.StructureIO.loadUsingSAX(StructureIO.java:251)
at oracle.ide.marshal.xml.StructureIO.loadImpl(StructureIO.java:167)
at oracle.ide.marshal.xml.StructureIO.loadImpl(StructureIO.java:156)
at oracle.ide.marshal.xml.HashStructureIO.load(HashStructureIO.java:46)
at oracle.ideimpl.extension.RoleManagerImpl.getRolePreferences(RoleManagerImpl.java:80)
at oracle.ideimpl.extension.ExtensionManagerImpl.runRoleSelectionDialog(ExtensionManagerImpl.java:1112)
at oracle.ideimpl.extension.ExtensionManagerImpl.initialize(ExtensionManagerImpl.java:943)
at javax.ide.Service.getService(Service.java:68)
at javax.ide.extension.ExtensionRegistry.getExtensionRegistry(ExtensionRegistry.java:400)
at oracle.ide.ExtensionRegistry.getExtensionRegistry(ExtensionRegistry.java:191)
at oracle.ide.IdeCore.startupImpl(IdeCore.java:1384)
at oracle.ide.Ide.startup(Ide.java:703)

While restating the JDeveloper,  i could not able to see the projects listed under the corresponding applications, i have to manually add them to the application.



Not able to connect to Remote Oracle SOA Suite Server through JDeveloper – Oracle SOA Suite

Not able to connect to Remote Oracle SOA Suite Server through JDeveloper – Oracle SOA Suite 

Sometimes we could have faced the issue to establish the connection to remote Oracle SOA Suite Server through JDeveloper; this might be due to different reasons. Below are some of the basic steps to resolve the connection issue.

Verify whether the Weblogic Server’s user name, password, IP Address, Port and the domain name are entered in the connection wizard properly.



Make sure the option “Always use SSL” in the connection wizard has not been set.


Make sure the option “Use HTTP Proxy Server” in the JDeveloper has not been set. Disable the proxy settings: Tools -> Preferences -> Web Browser and Proxy -> Uncheck 'Use HTTP Proxy Server' option.



Thursday, October 17, 2013

ORABPEL-05250 Error - JDeveloper Part1

ORABPEL-05250 Error - JDeveloper Part1

I faced a strange ORABPEL-05250 issue while deploying the composite to Oracle SOA Suite Server through JDeveloper.

The composite was successfully build in JDeveloper but during deployment to the server received the following exception.

[03:59:18 PM] Sending internal deployment descriptor
[03:59:18 PM] Sending archive - sca_SFDCOT_Invoker_rev1.0.jar
[03:59:38 PM] Received HTTP response from the server, response code=500
[03:59:38 PM] Error deploying archive sca_SFDCOT_Invoker_rev1.0.jar to partition "CRMASYNC" on server AdminServer [http://localhost:8000] 
[03:59:38 PM] HTTP error code returned [500]
[03:59:38 PM] Error message from server:
There was an error deploying the composite on AdminServer: Error occurred during deployment of component: SFDCOT_Invoker to service engine: implementation.bpel, for composite: SFDCOT_Invoker: ORABPEL-05250

Error deploying BPEL suitcase.
error while attempting to deploy the BPEL component file "/oracle/as01/fmw/config/admin/domains/SOACoreDomain/servers/AdminServer/dc/soa_b3d3a863-3515-4d6d-9b7f-0d0c7d1977a6"; the exception reported is: java.lang.Exception: BPEL 1.1 compilation failed

ORABPEL-05250 exception can occur for number of reasons . After a long struggle( tried removing the partner links one by one) received the actual error

There was an error deploying the composite on AdminServer: Error occurred during deployment of component: SFDCOT_Invoker to service engine: implementation.bpel, for composite: SFDCOT_Invoker: ORABPEL-09705

Could not initialize variable.
An error occurs while initializing BPEL variable inputVariable; the schema processor cannot find the element {http://xmlns.oracle.com/pcbpel/adapter/db/top/SFDCOT_POLLING_V}SfdcotPollingVCollection in the following schemas: [email protected]
The XSD element on which the variable was based was not properly defined in XSD or the WSDL.

Ensure that the element named in the error message is valid in the XSD or the WSDL.

The issue is due to schema name in the wsdl file is wrongly specified(wrong case) even though the schema name was wrongly specified in wsdl the composite was able compile and build successfully in JDeveloper installed in windows but failed while deploying to the server running in UNIX, this is due to case sensitive nature of file names in UNIX OS


After correcting this issue the composite got deployed successfully.


Thursday, January 19, 2012

Unexpected error in JDeveloper 11g while creating Applications

Unexpected error in JDeveloper 11g while creating Applications

I was receiving the unexpected error as mentioned below while creating new Application or opening the existing Applications in JDeveloper and also none of the existing applications are loading.

SEVERE: Exception while updating observer[0]: [email protected]
java.lang.NullPointerException
at oracle.ide.Ide.getDefaultProject(Ide.java:487)
at oracle.bm.commonIde.ProjectObserver.update(ProjectObserver.java:57)
at oracle.ide.model.IdeSubject.notifyObservers(IdeSubject.java:98)
at oracle.ide.model.Node.notifyObservers(Node.java:786)
at oracle.ide.model.UpdateMessage.firePropertiesChanged(UpdateMessage.java:640)
at oracle.ide.model.ProjectContent$L.projectPropertiesChanged(ProjectContent.java:694)
at oracle.ide.model.Project$StorageListener.structureValuesChanged(Project.java:1097)
at oracle.javatools.data.Structure.fireStructureChangeEvent(Structure.java:455)
at oracle.javatools.data.Structure.firePlaceholderValueAdded(Structure.java:388)
at oracle.javatools.data.Structure.firePlaceholderValueAdded(Structure.java:394)
at oracle.javatools.data.Structure.firePlaceholderValueAdded(Structure.java:394)
at oracle.javatools.data.HashStructure$Impl$3.run(HashStructure.java:1970)
at oracle.javatools.data.HashStructure$Impl.putValueInKeyStruct(HashStructure.java:2021

Also, when I was trying to create new Application the below error was shown in the editor.