user12994543 wrote:Please share. I got the similar failure with com.primavera.common.exceptions.InvalidBootstrapException: System property *'primavera.bootstrap.home' not found*
got this solution
For me I recieved this error in one of my managed servers in a cluster, but not the other. It was caused due to the fact that the application had been redeployed, but the managed servers had different bre.bootstrap files. Looks like lessons leared from this error are:
#1 Ensure your JAVA_OPTIONS are set correctly (especially for the bre.bootstrap home)
NOTE: The JAVA_OPTIONS can be set in startWeblogic.cmd, but in a clustered environment they should be set in the server start tab for each managed server in the Weblogic Admin Console.
#2 In a clustered Weblogic environment make sure both bre.bootstrap files are exactly the same.