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try to start the oc4j using the command nohup ./oc4j -start &1 person found this helpful
it will create a file nohup.out so whenever if it gets shutdown it will be logged in nohup.out file So you can see the reason behind it
Let me know if that helps
I think there might be issue with JDK version so better to change the version in the OC4J properties and try to restart it...It will work...1 person found this helpful
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We are using JDK 5
and in log files I got error: JVM termination. Any suggestion pls.
Use the JDK 6 (at least 1.6.0_18) so that you wont see the oc4j crashing randomly
Upgrade the JDK version as RM said....And do the changes in the OC4J properties....It will work for you.... :)
it seems some configuration file is missing it is better to reiinstall or raise the call with oracle
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How to upgrade JDK version on running application.
1. Do I need to upgrade JDK to 1.6 then re-install the OC4J?
Yes,1 person found this helpful
You have to upgrade the JDK version to 1.6 then mention the version number in the OC4J properties and restart the service then it will work
In OC4J properties where I need to do that?
and do I need to deploy OC4J again on JDK 1.6 ..?
You need to install the jdk 1.6 first and then go to this path for oc4j file OracleBI/oc4j_bi/bin here edit the oc4j file and then look for JAVA_HOME=/path/jdk1.5
change it to jdk 1.6 install path and after saving the changes make sure the same is reflected in /OracleBI/Setup oc4j shortcut will be there. Then restart your OC4j
Hope it helps