Also, i have assigned the task to user.I also went to the preferences section and from Notification, i added one more notification and set it as default.
The email did come but it is not coming from the Human Task notifcation but the channel which i have added.
In that mail, i get following error
Caused by: java.security.AccessControlException: access denied (oracle.security.jps.JpsPermission IdentityAssertion)
at java.security.AccessController.doPrivileged(Native Method)
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Check whether the email from your BPEL process had been sent.
To check this , login in EM console.
soa-infra -> Service Engines -> Human Workflow ->Notification management ->Outgoing Notifications
Check the status column.
In case status shows "retry" , click it to retry sending the email.
Check SMTP server logs for delivery failure errors.
I could resolve the issue and it happens because of following :
when you Install SOA and <OtherProduct> for e.g.WebCenter into Same MWHome, Issue is caused by installing SOA and Webcenter in the same Middleware home and creating a domain that has both WebCenter and SOA selected in the configuration wizard. While doing this, permissions to bpm-services.jar referenced by oracle.soa.workflow.wc application are not correctly set up.
After the domain has been created, permissions to bpm-services.jar referenced by oracle.soa.workflow.wc deployment have to be granted correctly. To do this, follow these steps:
a. Go to WebLogic Server console and click on deployment. Click on oracle.soa.workflow.wc and locate path directory.
b. Open DOMAIN_HOME/config/fmwconfig/system-jazn-data.xml. Make sure that the bpm-services.jar path directory is same as above.
c. If not, copy the entire <grant> block for the bpm-services.jar and paste the entire grant block again in the file.
d. Change the directory location of the new copy of the bpm-services.jar grant block to match the path that was located in step 1.
e. Restart server.