Installed an Apache on Suse Linux 10. Configured httpd.conf including a rewrite rule in a virtual host. No configuration errors, but it did not work at all! After a while I discovered that the mod-rewrite module had been installed, but not enabled with this version of Apache (2.2.x).
Helped a collegae who was migrating a discoverer configuration to another node with a different version (from 10.1.2 to 10.1.4) with now a 10.2 – infrastructure database in a separate home. The OID-users were already successfully migrated, with a little help of the example-script here, but one of the problems was that discoverer didn’t use the single-sign on. The other was that the private and public connection users had made, had disappeared.
The customer is using Firefox, 3.5 in this case, and Internet Explorer (6!). Suddenly the application does not work anymore for a lot of clients, as a matter of fact, the firefox-users. They had upgraded their Firefox to 3.6., and got the message that an add-on must me installed ( appears to be the JRE ) . After installing this, it still does not work.
Simple question: is Oracle Application Server 10.1.2.0.2 with Forms and Reports certified on Suse Linux 10. The customer is forced to move to Suse 10, and is not quite happy to upgrade to 10.1.2.3, for that could have numerous consequences for Forms, Designer, Java etc.
What to do about the ever growing files on Oracle application server as: - default-web-access.log - server.log and more.. These files are not logrotated (OAS < 10.1.3 ) and cannot always be deleted or renamed manually on a 'normal' way, and it must be scripted to avoid extraordinary large log-files. Quite annoying, until Frits Hoogland pointed me to a standard Linux-functionality, 'logrotate'.
A java-progam (.jar) is calling a webservice, written in C#. I'm able to unzip the jarfile to detect which service it is calling, but how do I know the service is listening to that name? Especially it's not documented and I don't have a clue about the name of the wsdl-file. A webservice, written in C#, is calling an Oracle Database. Oracle 9i client has been installed. Message appears: "System.Data.OracleClient requires Oracle client software version 8.1.7 or greater".
Installed and configured application server 10.1.2.0.2 on VM-ware with guest-OS Suse Linux 9. All worked fine, until a (hard) reboot by system admin. OID can’t connect to the default port 13060.
Error in $ORACLE_HOME/ldap/log/oidldapd01.log :
“Bind Failed On Communication Endpoint” and “Dispatcher Process unable to bind to port”
Because it was a rough […]
After installing Oracle Application Server 10.2.0.2, with corresponding OID, Grid Control 10.2.0.5 gave me the obove mentioned error, and the the item OID gave a 'metric collection error'. To fix the metric collection error downloaded and applied Patch 5686191 on top of OID product.This is a sql-script to run against the OID-repository.
Problem: A report, designed for generating PDF with the true-type font Univers in it, does not work while deployed on the web, and uses other fonts instead.
Cause: there’s no Univers installed in the Reports Services on Unix.
Solution: install the font and configure the Reports Service! Sounds simple…
In the […]
Creating a reports server and integrate it with Enterprise Manager / iasconsole
– Under control of opmn (wil be automatically restarted)
– Visible and manageable under Enterprise Manager.
1. Create/start a new reports server : “$ORACLE_HOME/bin/rwserver.sh repproject
2. A small window will pop-up, showing that the reports server is starting up.