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Reports Server Not Showing Up
Our reports server does not show when we run the rwdiag -findAll command and the Applications folder does not exist in the WLS_REPORTS folder (Domain Home\config\fmwconfig\servers\WLS_REPORTS) on one of our servers.
Windows Server 2016. Oracle Forms and Reports 12.2.1.
A few months ago We installed Oracle Forms 12c on 2 different servers on 2 different networks and the forms all work fine. We did not install/configure Oracle Reports at that time because we were going to use a third party application. We have changed our minds. We installed and configured a reports server on one of our servers on one of our networks and it works fine. We now need to install Reports on a different server on a different network (these networks are not connected to the internet or each other). These are the steps we have went through.
1. I stopped the Forms Server, the AdminServer, and the node manager in that order.
2. I went through the configuration wizard again (oracle_home\oracle_common\common\bin\config.cmd)
A. I selected Update an existing domain and the domain location had my Forms domain already filled in.
B. On the templates screen, this time I added "Oracle Reports Application", "Oracle Reports Tools", and "Oracle Reports Server".
C. On the database configuration screen I clicked the Get RCU Configuration button and it all went fine. All the JDBC Test went fine.
D. On the advanced configuration screen I selected all the options to go through all the options.
E. On the managed servers screen I added WLS_Reports. Set the port to 9002. For server groups I selected Reports-Apps-Servers.
F. I created a new cluster simply named cluster_reports.
G. The next setting I changed was I added the WLS_Reports server to the cluster_reports cluster.
H. On the Assign Servers to Machines screen, I added WLS_Reports to the AdminServerMachine.
I. All the other screens, I left as the defaults. I clicked the "Update" button and everything went fine.
3. I restarted the node manager, AdminServer, and Forms Server in that order. I then started WLS_REPORTS in the weblogic console and it says it is running.
Our new report server is not showing when we run the rwdiag -findAll command. We cannot get to https://servername:port/reports/rwservlet. (Again, the Applications folder does not exist, so there is no rwservlet.properties file so we cannot update that file to add the webcommandaccess L2 option.)
I have tried to compare everything I can think of between these 2 servers and do not see anything different. These servers are on closed networks and I cannot provide any logs or screenshots. We cannot copy files between the 2 servers using external media either.
Can any of you think of something we did on the working server that we might have missed on the second server?
~ Shane Newman