Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Applying the JRF to the weblogic cluster through WLST

Applying the JRF to the weblogic cluster through WLST

Java Required Files (JRF) consists of those components not included in the WebLogic Server installation that provide common functionality for Oracle business applications and application frameworks.

It consists of a number of independently developed libraries and applications that are deployed into a common location. The following components are considered part of Java Required Files: Oracle Application Development Framework, Oracle Fusion Middleware Audit Framework, Dynamic Monitoring Service, Fabric Common, HTTP Client, Infrastructure Security, Java Object Cache, JMX Framework, JPS, logging, MDS, OJSP.Next, Oracle Web Services, Oracle Web Services Manager, Oracle TopLink, UCP, XDK.


Configures a Managed Server or cluster with Java Required Files (JRF). Managed Servers that are added by product templates during the template extension process do not need to be explicitly configured with JRF using this command.

Use the applyJRF command when additional Managed Servers or clusters are added to a domain after it is initially extended with a product template.

The applyJRF command is required any time you add a Managed Server to a JRF-only domain, or if you add a Managed Server that has been configured for JRF to a domain that contains other Oracle products.

WLST Script

When we are creating the core weblogic cluster JRF is not applied by default, the below WLST script will help us to apply the JRF for the weblogic cluster.

WLST Script


The below script applies the JRF to the cluster with Cluster1 - modify cluster name based on your requirement, indivdual Managed Servers also applied the JRF



ORACLE_COMMON_HOME\common\bin\wlst.cmd applyJRFToDomain.py

Now the JRF is applied to the cluster "Cluster1"

Friday, February 24, 2012

Oracle SOA Suite 11g - Error retrieving NXSD encoding exception in MQ adapter

Oracle SOA Suite 11g - Error retrieving NXSD encoding exception in MQ adapter:

The following exception has been thrown whenever a composite enqueue the message to the Queue through the MQ Adapter.
MQSeriesAdapter PropagateOrderRequest:OrderRequest [ Enqueue_ptt::Enqueue(Request) ] Error retrieving NXSD encoding...>>
<11-Jan-2012 12:58:16 o'clock GMT> <Notice> <Stdout> <BEA-000000> <<11-Jan-2012 12:58:16 o'clock GMT> <Error> <oracle.soa.adapter> <BEA-000000> <MQSeriesAdapter CCRMOM_PropagateOrderRequest:OrderRequest [ Enqueue_ptt::Enqueue(Request) ]
This is a Runtime exception, even after receiving the above exception the messages are successfully enqueued.

The Oracle SOA Suite version in which the issue has been observed is

Solution to suppress this exception:

               We have applied the patch 13718139 as suggested by oracle and it resolved the issue.
               Download the patch from metalink by specifying the patch number as 13718139.

Saturday, February 18, 2012

Oracle SOA Suite 11g - Callback not reaching the calling service in a Clustered environment

Oracle SOA Suite 11g - Callback not reaching the calling service in a Clustered environment:

In Oracle SOA Suite 10g, we had a scenario like shown in the below diagram.

Process A

Process A calls Process B and waits for the call back; after receiving the call back; The Process A calls again the same Process B and waits for the second call back.
This flow is working fine in 10g but after migrating to 11g the second call back is not reaching the Process A.
In the SOA log file we could able to see the below error message -
an unhandled exception has been thrown in the Collaxa Cube systemr; exception reported is: "javax.persistence.PersistenceException: Exception [EclipseLink-4002] (Eclipse Persistence Services - 2.1.3.v20110304-r9073): org.eclipse.persistence.exceptions.DatabaseException
Internal Exception: java.sql.SQLIntegrityConstraintViolationException: ORA-00001: unique constraint (SOA_SOAINFRA.AT_PK) violated

Error Code: 1
bind => [851450, 5, 0, 118110, 2012-01-12 16:08:04.063, 5048, 3, [[email protected]]
Query: InsertObjectQuery([email protected])
at org.eclipse.persistence.internal.jpa.EntityManagerImpl.flush(EntityManagerImpl.java:744)
After the detail analysis and the Oracle SR, the root cause is “Audit Trail caching issue is causing the process not to get to complete due to the exception while doing the second call back”.
Let’s say in a Cluster with four nodes Process A first created on node 1 and carried on and called first call to Process B and dehydrates. Assume that second call hit a node other than node 1, let’s say node 4. Node 4 carries on doing the work and does the second call to Process B and dehydrates. If the second call back hits Node 1, rather than getting the latest audit trail from database, it’s using the cache and trying to update the audit trial with an id which node 4 already used. That’s throwing an exception and rolling back. For that reason the call back is not getting delivered.
As a temporary solution by switching of the audit trail for Process A, it doesn’t try to insert the data into audit trail and the transaction won’t get roll back and the call has reached successfully.
As a permanent solution, Oracle has provided the patch, the same can be download from the below path.
The issue identified in the SOA Suite version –

Sunday, February 5, 2012

Currently logged in user is not authorized to modify SOA metadata

Currently logged in user is not authorized to modify SOA metadata

We must have the SOADesigner application role to access Oracle SOA Suite Composer metadata. By default, all the users with Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control administrator privileges have this role. If you log in to Oracle SOA Composer without this role, you see the following message:
"Currently logged in user is not authorized to modify SOA metadata".

For information about adding the SOADesigner application role to users without administrator privileges, see Oracle Fusion Middleware Administrator's Guide for Oracle SOA Suite and Oracle BPM Suite.
If we are adding the SOADesigner role to the user, the user can edit the DVM’s and the rules.I could not able to find out read only access for the SOAComposer application.

Friday, February 3, 2012

WLST script to create JDBC Multi Data Source in weblogic server

Creating JDBC Multi Data Source through WLST in weblogic server

This tutorial explains the approach to create JDBC Multi data source through WLST script in weblogic

Refer the below URL for details on JDBC Multi data source.


WLST Script

The below WLST script creates the JDBC Multi data source with enabled configurations


connect(adminUserName, adminPassword, adminURL)
jdbcSystemResource = create("MS1","JDBCSystemResource")
jdbcResource = jdbcSystemResource.getJDBCResource()
dsParams = jdbcResource.getJDBCDataSourceParams()
print('MDS1 created successfully...')



Before executing the script, change the configurations as required.

The individual data sources(DS1 & DS2) should be created before executing the script

Execute the script — <<Oracle_Home>>\oracle_common\common\bin\wlst.cmd CreateMultiDataSource.py

Now the JDBC Multi source is created with required configurations