i am installing oracle grc8.6.3 in windows 64 bit.
i have installed database,rcu,weblogic,soa successfully.in next step i have to install SOA Composite.
when i am running the wlst from oracle_soa1/common/bin and passing the parameter in the wls:/offline i am getting following error
i have set JAVA_HOME,WL_HOME,SOA_HOME correctly
please help me
serverURL = http://localhost:8001
sarLocation = D:\oracle\dist\composites1.zip
partition = default
overwrite = 1
user = weblogic
forceDefault = 1
configplan = None
keepInstancesOnRedeploy = 0
timeout = -1
set user and password...
created temp dir =C:\Users\A-EXT-~4\AppData\Local\Temp\deploy_client_24c31e3a-db
Adding sar file - C:\Users\A-EXT-~4\AppData\Local\Temp\deploy_client_24c31e3a-db
INFO: Creating HTTP connection to host:sfre001t.statoilfuelretail.com, port:8001
INFO: Received HTTP response from the server, response code=500
---->Response code=500, error:There was an error deploying the composite on soa_
server1: Deployment Failed: Error occurred during deployment of component: Email
Process to service engine: implementation.bpel, for composite: EmailComposite: O
Error deploying BPEL suitcase.
error while attempting to deploy the BPEL component file "D:\oracle\app\product\
6af4-4360-b47a-ce198c3d1d89"; the exception reported is: java.lang.NoClassDefFou
ndError: Could not initialize class com.collaxa.cube.util.JavaHelper
This error contained an exception thrown by the underlying deployment module.
Verify the exception trace in the log (with logging level set to debug mode).
Edited by: 902535 on May 2, 2012 10:59 AM
I think you may have gotten confused with the installation guide.
If you're installing GRC, you should not be installing SOA or other components. There are 2 applications you can install from that distribution, GRCC or EGRCM. EGRCM is the one that refers to SOA's if needed, so even then you shouldn't need to install it for testing out the product.
I hope that helps!
If you're installing EGRCM, I would recommend deciding if you NEED the SOA piece. EGRCM does not need SOA to work, this is merely if you have requirements for it.
If you find you still need it, I would recommend discussing this in the middleware forum since SOA issues aren't really dealt with here.