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In the world of mobile you need to be moving fast, and the ADF Mobile team has been busy doing just this.
Less than 2 months after our last patch release - that added the new look and feels for your ADF Mobile apps - we are happy to announce another new release - patch 6.
Click here for more information Oracle ADF Mobile Patch 6 Released - Speeding Up Android Apps
To develop with Oracle ADF Mobile you'll need to download:
The following are the top 10 documents that are linked to SRs as solutions, for Oracle Web Services Manager (OWSM) and Oracle API Gateway (OAG/OEG ) , during the last quarter.
|1481062.1||Enterprise Manager Cannot Invoke WS Policy Manager When Managed Servers SSL Port Is Enabled According to the documentation
which mentioned that by default the OWSM auto look up feature tries to connect over SSL.
|1548712.1||The issue is caused by the absence of a prerequisite patch.|
|1586714.1|| OAG 126.96.36.199 EM Grid Control Plug-in Not Collecting Data When Using Https
This is a limitation of the plugin, which is to be addressed in a future release. Enhancement 1675548 has been filed, but to this point, no indication has been given as to what version will include this functionality.
|1540873.1||Poor Performance When Using OWSM Without Message Encryption The message body is parsed first by OWSM; and then later again by the Web Services stack; both are parsing each individual element in the message body.|
|1569900.1||Misconfigured Policy Accessor URL in config/fmwconfig/policy-accessor-config.xml or Any Inconsistent SSL configuration in the Weblogic Domain can break OWSM.|
|1574074.1||Security Violation: User: 'OracleSystemUser' has insufficient permission to access EJB wsm-pmserver-wls.jar The message "'OracleSystemUser' has insufficient permission to access wsm-pmserver-wls.jar" can have the following root causes: The OracleSystemUser does not exist in the environment, or does not have correct group membership, The role used by OWSM for policy access was changed, and that change was not carried out correctly, A domain wide administration port was configured, and the OracleSystemUser does not have admin rights for that|
|1587522.1||Error Message "Attempted to remove a WLSExeucutionContext from the current WorkContextMap" When Using OWSM The problem shows up when a new context is created during the execution of a Web Service request.|
|1535635.1||This document is intended to provide just a sample on how to make a setup and implementing a BPEL Compisite to call a web service in a different domain.|
|1572265.1||Error Appears In Gateway Log Caused From Tcp Probes The messages are caused by TCP probes. These TCP probes can come from a hardware load balancer. The TCP probes can also come from software TCP probes.|
The My Oracle Support Community (MOSC) recently migrated to a new platform with a completely new look and feel and navigation.
There is a series of 5 short videos to help learn the basic features and get you started. Please see My Oracle Support Community - New Platform Overview to start out with the first video. Once done with that video, click on the [ Watch the Next in this series ] at the bottom left and it will automatically take you to the next video in the series. Each video page has the [ Watch the Next in this series ] link to advance to the next video.
Although it is preferable to watch the videos in sequence, you can
also individually select which videos you want to watch. For reference,
here are the individual links to the five videos in the series:
For My Oracle Support Community
On January 31, 2014, we plan to migrate the My Oracle Support Community (MOSC) to the same platform used for the Oracle Technology Network (OTN) forums. This platform will bring new community features to help make it easier to find information through a more intuitive interface, and enhance the way you connect with Oracle experts and industry peers. If you are a user who has the same email address that accesses both My Oracle Support Community and OTN forums, as part of the migration to a single platform these profiles will be merged and the following will occur:
We encourage you to review your
username and profile information once the migration is complete and make the
necessary updates based on your privacy preferences.
SEPARATE MY ORACLE SUPPORT COMMUNITY AND OTN ACCOUNTS
If you prefer to maintain two separate accounts (one for OTN forums and the other for My Oracle Support Community), you will need to select a different email address to access OTN forums and update your OTN profile. You must take the following action before January 31, 2014:
We look for forward to enhancing your Oracle community experience and appreciate your patience as we implement these changes. For more details about My Oracle Support Community features and enhancements, please read the My Oracle Support Community Spotlight.This is a small introduction for current Community members. Watch for the full story and training options in the new My Oracle Support Community’s Getting Started region and register now for a live webcast session: Get Proactive Essentials: Using the new My Oracle Support Community Platform.
Information from Note: Supportability on Internet Explorer 11 (IE11) with Oracle ADF (Doc ID 1599898.1)
Currently, Oracle ADF is NOT CERTIFIED with Microsoft Internet Explorer 11. There are plans to certify it for Oracle ADF 188.8.131.52.0, 184.108.40.206.0 and 220.127.116.11.0 versions, in the first half of 2014, subject to change.
As new browser versions are released by Microsoft, Oracle needs time to validate its software against these new browser versions. We have to ensure Oracle's software has the quality expected by our customers. We apologize for any inevitable delays and plan to still meet our customers' expectations regarding the quality of Oracle ADF software.
Below is the error the end users will see in IE11 (within a popup):
You are using an unsupported browser. The supported browsers are Internet Explorer 7 and higher, Firefox 18.104.22.168 and higher, Safari 3.1.2 and higher, and Google Chrome 1.0 or higher.
Example of the popup screen: Unsupported image
The most significant change between MS IE 10 and IE 11 is that the browser's User-Agent header has changed, and ADF no longer even recognizes the browser's product family. Also, internal testing has shown that there are many other changes in IE 11 that have an impact on ADF, and these all need to be evaluated before ADF can be certified for use with IE 11. Customers should bear in mind that the certification process takes some time.
There is a change in the
patches from Development, some of the current IE11 patches will be
superseded by new versions containing an additional IE9 regression fix,
in particular 18176711
22.214.171.124.0 customers should now use patch 18277370, instead of previous patch 18071063 (which will be withdrawn at some point).
126.96.36.199.0 patch 18277436 is now available and supersedes previously withdrawn patch 18070879
The following are the top 10 documents that are linked to SRs as solutions, for Weblogic Server J2EE issues, during the last quarter.
|1118264.1||WLS 10.3: Intermittent XA error:XAResource.XAER_RMERR WebLogic server keeps track of the usage of XA resources. If none of the outstanding requests to the resource was replied in the last maxXACallMillis ms, the resource is declared unhealthy. In this state, XAER_RMFAIL is returned to all requests to the resource without actually making the call to the resource.|
The string "X-Powered-By: Servlet/2.4 JSP/2.0" is showing up in the servlet response header.
How to stop Weblogic from including servlet/JSP version details in the x-powered-by HTTP response header.
|1059713.1||The value for 'DISTRIBUTED_LOCK_TIMEOUT' on Oracle Database is set lower than the JTA timeout on WLS. If timeout setting is not tuned properly on the database then 'XAER_NOTA' is seen in the logs.|
|1558104.1|| How To Redirect HTTP Error Responses To Customize Page The note provides a sample to redirect HTTP status code to customized page. Also a few tests with expected output.
|1596980.1||This isssue has been tracked in Defect 17246737. CLASSNOTFOUNDEXCEPTION IS THROWN BY REGISTERING ADDRESSINGEXTENSIONREGISTRY.|
|1063607.1|| Sample on how to access WEBAPP & EJB deployed as shared libraries from an EAR file. Trying to access an WEBAPP and EJB as library from an EAR fileWebAPP-1(Deployed as Ear ) -----> WebAPP-2((Deployed as Shared library) -----> EJB((Deployed as Shared library).
This sample guides on how to invoke webapp and EJB which are deployed as libraries from a separate EAR file.
|1575676.1||Get application root path correctly on environment that deploy application both with war and directory If deployment mode is nostage, we can deploy web application with war format, when deploy web application with war format, WebLogic copy files in the war to temp directory(_WL_user), and load all files from the temp directory, when deploy web application with directory mode, WebLogic just copy a part of files to temp directory, and many files such as jsp, servlet and config files do not copy to temp directory, and WebLogic load files from the application directory|
|1557187.1||Loading Order of Sibling Jar Files in WebLogic A Web application contains two libraries (lib1.jar and lib2.jar) in WEB-INF\lib. Same Java classes and resources files exist in both libraries. The question is to know which library will be loaded when loading these classes or resources files.|
|1505375.1|| WLS12.1.1: NullPointerException in Glassfish JAXB V2.2.4 Following document http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E24329_01/web.1211/e24964/data_types.htm#CIHBHDGI to
specify the Glassfish RI implementation of JAXB
2.2, modules/databinding.override_188.8.131.52.jar has been added to the
front of their server CLASSPATHs.
However, upon redeployment of their web service applications, error
is received, which matches the problem described in this thread:
|974419.1||ServletContainerAdapter Manager Not Initialized Correctly When Using Log4j When log4j config file is added to Weblogic classpath with the default file name log4j.xml, the below error is noticed in the log file: [org.apache.beehive.netui.pageflow.internal.AdapterManager] [[ACTIVE] ExecuteThread: '3' for queue: 'weblogic.kernel.Default (self-tuning)'] [ERROR] [ServletContainerAdapter manager not initialized correctly.]|
The following are the top 10 documents that are linked to SRs as solutions, for JDeveloper/ADF issues, during the last quarter.
Where to Find Oracle Java Development Products Documentation
|1328698.1||How To Install the ADF Runtime Libraries 11g Release 2 in WebLogic Sever 10.3.5 / 10.3.6 ?
This document describes how to install the 11gR2 libraries in your WebLogic environment.
|971256.1||How to Request the ADF Libraries Source Code
This document describes the process for requesting access to the ADF Libraries Source Code. It is a guide for the customers to show the process behind it.
|1461023.1||After Upgrading to ADF 184.108.40.206.0 a Popup Window Shows with a Warning About Running Internet Explorer in Compatibility Mode
This document describes the process for disabling the compatibility warning and consequence.
|1435962.1||JDeveloper/ADF 220.127.116.11, 18.104.22.168 and WebLogic Server 10.3.6 Setup
JDeveloper is distributed with WebLogic Server 10.3.5. If you want to configure a WebLogic Server 10.3.6 domain to test an ADF application , you will need to install WebLogic Server 10.3.6 and use the 10.3.6 JRF template to add the ADF runtime libraries.
How to bypass compatibility mode in IE 8/9 browsers and force the target ADF page to the maximum document mode supported by the browser (standard mode) ?
How To Set the Logging Level to FINEST
OUI-67124:Inventory check failed: Patch ID xxx is NOT registered in Oracle Home inventory.
Getting Errors ORA-30683 and ORA-12535 When Debugging PL/SQL Using JDeveloper
In an ADF Tree, How To Hide The Node Icon For Leaf Nodes Without Child
How can I find out which ADF components are supported by the release of ADF I am using? Begin by reviewing the ADF Cheat Sheets, below is a sample of the first two pages of the sheets.
To find additional documentation for the latest version see the following:
For your version of ADF see the documentation with a similar title.
The Oracle ADF Faces Rich Client Components can be referenced to get additional information about the ADF Components.
The JBO prefix indicates the message was generated by Oracle Business Components for Java (BC4J). In the early versions of JDeveloper the BC4J was a framework for building and customizing domain-specific components. The BC4J framework evolved into the Application Development Framework (ADF), which is an end-to-end Java EE framework that simplifies application development by providing out-of-the-box infrastructure services and a visual and declarative development experience. The JBO prefix has been kept for the errors generated from the ADF framework. The JBO-29000 is the following:
Cause: If an unexpected exception occurs during a framework operation, this exception is thrown, with the unexpected exception included in the details of this exception.
Action: Fix the cause for the exception in the details for this JboException.
The JBO-29000 JboException is a generic error message that is a wrapper for the actual cause of the issue. The error condition or error code in the message details must be used to find the cause and solution for the issue. The framework is reporting that it has received an unexpected exception from outside the framework component. This could be a database error or a Java code exception. The error trace and code must be analyzed to determine the true cause of the issue.
|oracle.jbo.JboException: JBO-29000: Unexpected exception caught: java.sql.SQLDataException, msg=ORA-01882: timezone region not found
Truncated. see log file for complete stacktrace
The cause of the issue is the database reported error: "ORA-01882: timezone region not found" which is an incorrect configuration of the timezone. If the database cannot find it from the V$TIMEZONE_NAMES table, it will generate the error ORA-01882: timezone not found, see Note 756075.1.
|oracle.jbo.JboException: JBO-29000: Unexpected exception caught: java.lang.NullPointerException, msg=null
This issue was caused by not setting a Primary Key (PK) for the View Object (VO.) Primary Key is mandatory for VO. When VO gets passivation/deactivtion, the exception raises, See Note 1579918.1.
Since the JBO-29000 error can have many different causes, the details of the error message must be examined to lead to the proper solution for the issue, and a search must be made using the error message details along with the JBO-29000 to find information on the issue.