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try this command like below. I mean pass -m create at last
./wlst.sh /opt/oracle/middleware/oracle_idm1/common/tools/configureSecurityStore.py -d <PATH_TO_DOMAIN> -c IAM -p <PASSWORD>-m create
I tried that way too but still receiving same error.
If I do this on a server where there are no other domains exist, then it is working fine. Do you think it is because of having two domains?
hope so. I haven't done for multiple domain. However, I guess, you should create for one and then using -m Join option you can do for multiple domain.
go through the below doc
I went thu this document already. But I dont think I need to use join as this is the first time I am trying to create database security store. For OID, I did not create it. Do I need to create it for OID first and then export its key and run this command again for second domain?
yes, try this
I tried to export oid domain key using the below command.
wlst.sh exportEncryptionKey(jpsConfigFile="/apps/Oracle/Middleware/user_projects/domains/oid_domain/config/fmwconfig/jps-config.xml", keyFilePath="myDir" , keyFilePassword="welcome1")
But i am receiving the below error.
bash: syntax error near unexpected token `('
Hi, I am also facing the same issue. Did you find solution for this issue?
I still did not find any solution for this issue. Raised SR and waiting for the solution from them.
If you find any solution/workaround, please do let me know.
This is a bug.
Run a search for wlst.sh in your environment and call the wlst.sh from oracle_common/common/bin not from wl_server/common/bin.
You can look for this (Doc ID 1493576.1) in Oracle support.
Use single quotes ' instead of double quotes "