I have installed Discoverer 11 on the same server as EBS 12i with rdbms 11g. I having a hard time stating Discoverer components successfully without having a
"Failure of server APACHE bridge:
No backend server available for connection: timed out after 10 seconds or idempotent set to OFF or method not idempotent." when I launch the URL - http://ofintest.corp.ph.com:8090/discoverer/plus
It seems as if for me to successfully get Discoverer running, I have to start the different components in the Weblogic Server Administration console - Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g
Can someone give me the steps and full scripts to shutdown/start all Weblogic components - forms, reports, discoverer, etc?
There are 4 steps to getting everything working. These are:
Each in turn now:
Starting the WebLogic Admin Server:
With Admin Server running, start the WebLogic Node Server
With Admin Server and Node Manager running, start the Discoverer Server
With Discoverer Server up and running, start the Discoverer OPMN Components
Hope this helps
the steps are very clear and work for me so far - manually only. But I am having the errors when I try to use a script that will bring up discoverer when the machine reboots.
In my script I am getting
weblogic.security.SecurityInitializationException: Authentication for user denied.
That is, I need all of these startup and shutdown commands in a single script that includes the password. Do you have a script to share with me?
You can't pass the password in a script but you can automate the passing of the credentials.
To automate the passing of your credentials, use the following workflow:
Thus, if your Middleware Home is located here: oracle/Middleware
The full path to your Admin Server will therefore be:
NOTE: During the startup sequence the WebLogic Server will encrypt the boot.properties file. If you need to change the login username or password again simply need to repeat the steps in this section and enter the credentials again in clear text
You do not need to have a boot.properties in the WLS_DISCO folder. You only need it in the location I mentioned, repeated here:
You may need to create the folder called security before you start.
Ok. Thanks for giving clarity :-)
I actually created a boot.properties and it was encrytped on first login.. so I was under impression that .. it is being accessed by Oracle.
Since for Admin Server it didn't asked for password..however for WLS_DISCO it asked at first startup.