1>>>I hope you are missing BAM Adapter configurations. in weblogic server -->OracleBamAdapter
**In the Settings for oracle-bam-adapter page, select the Configuration tab, and then the Outbound Connection Pools tab in the second row.
**To configure the connection factory for RMI-based calls, click to expand the oracle.bam.adapter.adc.RMIConnectionFactory group and select the JNDI name that the user uses in Oracle JDeveloper. The eis/bam/rmi connection factory is provided out of the box.
**To configure the connection factory for SOAP-based calls, click to expand the oracle.bam.adapter.adc.SOAPConnectionFactory group and select the JNDI name that the user uses in Oracle JDeveloper. The eis/bam/soap connection factory is provided out of the box.
with below parameters for both .
Hostname : local host (host name of BAM server)
Instance Name: ADCServer1 (default for RMI)
Password : welcome1 (password of BAM server)
Port Number : 9001(port number of BAM server)
Username : weblogic (user name of BAM server)
once u done. try to run the script again.
2>>> for loin into Oracle BAM http://hostname:9001/OracleBAM in IE browser .Oracle BAM will support only in IE.
That script is using ICommand,please check you Icommand setting to your server BAMICommandConfig.xml . for this details you can find below link as references
Just after I read your message, we suffered from a power failure, I restarted the server and then tried with another machine,
Then I realized I was using Internet Explorer Version 9 on the other machine.
So I did´nt have the time to review/understand your response.
Thanks for your interest.
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