Thursday Feb 20, 2014

Top 10 solution documents for OWSM and OAG/OEG

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 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.

Monday Feb 10, 2014

New My Oracle Support Community (MOSC) Platform

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:

Tuesday Feb 04, 2014

ADF Mobile "Patch" (Patch 5) release

A new ADF Mobile "Patch" (Patch 5) release is out that adds some significant new functionality, in addition to numerous bug fixes.  You can find the release note for the new patch here.

To download, you would simply need to start JDeveloper, and select menu item Help->Check For Updates->Official Oracle Extension and Updates, and select ADF Mobile.  It should have version number

For any customers who have received a one off patch through the BLR process, please note that one-off patches obtained through the BLR process are not automatically rolled into this overall patch.  Therefore, please work with your Oracle Support representative to request a new BLR patch for this latest patch.

See "New Enhancement Released for iOS7+Android Native Look & Feel and Xcode 5 Support" blog article from the Oracle Mobile Platform Blog for additional information.

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