Enterprise manager does not start after updating the database. The emdb.nohup has an ORA-20603: Updating timezone region of a target is not supported error message in it.
The timezones have been updated within the database.
As Oracle run:
$ORACLE_HOME/bin/emctl resetTZ agent
and follow the instructions. You’ll need the sysman or sys password to make the changes.
Oracle XE Client does not come with sqlnet therefore you need to connect to the database using a connection string.
Oracle XE Connection String
- port is required if the port number is not 1521.
- service_name defaults to XE.
When developing BPEL and ESB applications it is necessary to see if the message you sent actually made it on the queue. Using Hermes is an excellent way to view an application server queues and topics.
By default the the password for eis/Jms/TopicConnectionFactory JMS Connection is welcome1. This needs to be changed if the oc4jadmin password is not set to this.
After creating an ESB process you are unable to write to a JMS topic. The following error message is displayed in the ESB Console:
The Adapter Framework was unable to establish an outbound JCA connection due to the following issue: ORABPEL-12133
Unable to create JMS connection due to JMS exception.
Please examine the log file to determine the problem.
[Caused by: JMSServer[soasuite01.markcallen.com:12601]: failed to authenticate "oc4jadmin/welcome1" via "[JAZNUserAdaptor: user=oc4jadmin]".]
The password for the TopicConnectionFactory needs to be changed.
Go to the SOA Suite Enterprise Manager:
- Click on the Home JVM
- Click on the Applications tab
- Select Standalone Applications from the View drop down list
- Click on the JMSAdapter link
- Click on the Connection Factories tab
- Click on eis/JMS/TopicConnectionFactory
- Change the password to the SOA Suites oc4jadmin password.
- Press the Apply button.
Try the ESB process again.
How to update a linux VMware servers serial number from a windows VMware console.
Get the serial number from http://www.vmware.com
Open up the VMware Server Console on the windows machine and login to the linux server as root.
Click on Help -> Enter Serial Number
Enter all the information required.
Instructions on how to install Cygwin on Windows XP, setup ssh and create a shortcut for rxvt.
Download setup.exe from http://www.cygwin.com/
The basic tools required are:
Other packages will also be installed in order to support these.
Click Here to view a movie on how to do this.
Run cygwin. Click Here to see how to make sure cygwin and rxvt are install and running correctly.
Create a public/private key
Create a public/private key for use with ssh. Click Here to see how to generate a public rsa key. Place the key in the authorized_keys file on the servers you access.
See Setting up sshd for Public Key Authentication for more information on how to setup sshd.
Create a short cut for rxvt
Create a desktop short cut for rxvt using the following parameters:
C:\cygwin\bin\rxvt.exe -geometry 120×40 -bg ivory -fg black -fn “courier-12″ -sl 2000 -sr -title rxvt -e bash –login -i
Click Here to see how to create the shortcut.
Instructions on how to setup VMware server on linux and access it from a windows machine.
Download VMware server rpm for Linux from http://www.vmware.com and register for a free serial number. The current version is 1.0.3.
Setup access to the server. See Installing Cygwin for Windows XP for instructions on how to setup access to the linux server.
Log into the linux server
Install the RPM
rpm -ivh VMware-server-1.0.3-44356.i386.rpm
As root run:
Accept the End User License.
Accept the default directory for mime type icon.
Accept the default desktop menu entry files
Accept the default for application's icons
Networking for Virtual Machines: yes
Ethernet network: eth0
NAT networking: yes
Probe for private subnet: yes
Host-only network: yes
Probe for private subnet: yes
Accept default for remote console connections
Accept default direction for virtual machine files
Enter the VMware serial number you received when you downloaded vmware server.
Verify that vmware will startup when the server reboots. As root run:
/sbin/chkconfig --list vmware
vmware 0:off 1:off 2:on 3:on 4:off 5:on 6:off
Install VMware Console on Windows
Download VMware console for windows from http://www.vmware.com
On the windows workstation install the server:
Double click on VMware-console-1.0.3-44356.exe
Accept the End User Agreement.
Accept the default installation location.
Configure the Console
Double click on the VMware Server Console icon on the windows desktop.
In the Connect to Host dialog box enter the hostname, username and password.
The Oracle database is in the process of initializing or shutting down. Typically this occurs when the database service is in the process of starting or stopping.
Wait for the database service to start. If it does not start check the database alert.log to see what the underlying issue is.
The database trying to be connected to is not running. Ensure the Oracle database is running and that the TNS entry you are using is correct.
Start the Oracle Database
Windows start the OracleServiceXE service.
Linux login as oracle and run dbstart.
To test TNS run tnsping on the command line and give it the TNS name you are trying to use:
tnsping <tns name>
Oracle XE is an excellent starter database, but under normal loads the out of the box parameters need to be increased.
Increase the number of sessions that the database can handle at one time. This will allow for more users to access the database.
SQL> show parameters sessions
SQL> alter system set sessions=250 scope=spfile;
restart the database.
Increase the number of database processes that can be running at one time. This will allow for more users to connect to the database.
SQL> show parameters processes
SQL> alter system set processes=200 scope=spfile;
restart the database.