It's difficult to ascertain exact cause from your explanation, you can check entity objects for schema prefix and remove if any prefixes are there.
Hope this helps.
I am getting such errors :
013-09-20 11:02:01.947/3.422 Oracle Coherence GE 220.127.116.11.0 <Info> (thread=main, member=n/a): Created cache factory com.tangosol.net.DefaultConfigurableCacheFactory
oracle.jbo.DMLException: JBO-27200: JNDI failure. Unable to lookup Data Source at context jdbc/Connection1DS
Make sure that you have data source created in weblogic server console named Connection1DS and its tested properly.
This could help:
I hope after creating new connection you tested the connection and it found success. Else go to the application resources-->Connections-->Take properties of your connection and test.
If the connection is found success then open application module--> select Configurations -->you will see two configurations select one and edit--> In the edit window select data source name as your new connection name.. ie your new connection_nameDS from the drop down.
Do this for the second configuration also.
I hope this will solve your issue.
Only the connection names & db differ .
When you create Application Module, data source name is constructed as: connectionName + 'DS'
So you have two possibilities:
1. create connection with the same name as original connection
2. go to application module config, edit local configuration and change data source name to: yourNewConnectionDS
I have developed an application with jdeveloper at home . When I open the same application at work , I delete the connection used at home and add the connection used in the office. But I cannot run my application , I get many java errors related to connection.
I would suggest you to create data source in integrated weblogic server and disable 'Auto-generate and Synchronize weblogic-jdbc.xml Descriptors During Deployment' option in deployment profile.
With this approach you don't need to change connection when you switch between work and home.